High School Magical Announcement



I have exciting, special, and magical news!

 On the first of each month for the next TEN months (yes, you read that right!), I'll publish a short story that's part of a larger, ongoing series on Amazon on the 15th of each month.

*You may remember my post about publishing ten books in ten months, well, I'm not stopping! Check out the post here. Yeah, I might be a little nuts.

I'm thinking of it as episodes. Like instead of a sitcom, it's a lit-com, or if you prefer, installments, contributing to a larger story.

So what's High School Magical about? 
Magic. 
Mayhem. 
And... kissing, of course.

Here's the description: 


Maija Wessels, a high school junior, is confident, clever, and insightful. She hangs out at the beach with her besties, loves S'mores, and has a major crush on Carter Miller.
She's also a witch.
At least, that's what the Certified Witch Caretakers tell her when they show up with a letter from Applemoor Academy for the Magically Talented.
She's also in the first graduating class after Applemoor opened its doors to all magical beings: unicorns, elves, vampires, and more.
However, not everything is fluffy bunnies, apple pie, and rainbows.
There are boys too: the mysterious and brooding JJ who appears after she sees her name in the stars. Then Bobby Gold whose smile could melt any girls' heart.
As she tries to balance her old life with her supposed newfound abilities (not to mention the homework and spellwork), she can't use her cellphone, her roommate won't talk to her, she gets locked in a classroom, and tension among the magical beings on campus mounts.
And everyone keeps saying she looks exactly like Imogen Hawkes, the subject of the last great prophecy. Meanwhile, she's just trying to get through the day without turning anyone into a toad.

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Read a sample of the first installment of the ten-part series HERE,  
or on Amazon in its entirety, which you can check out 

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