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Cover Reveal: Of Magic and Mayhem!

Guys!! So, first of all... I have another cold and I'm not sure if this is funny or not, but I had a cold the last time the cover of one of my books was finished. When the cover to Weapon Icean was finished and I was formatting it and everything, I had an awful cold. At least this one isn't so bad...

But anyways! Let's get right to the point! HERE IS THE COVER FOR OF MAGIC AND MAYHEM!!


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Isn't it amazing??!!
 
So excited!!
 
Of Magic and Mayhem is a collection of eight short stories. These stories have everything from vampires, to magic, to goblins, to ghosts. All of them tales of magic and love and danger and even a little darkness.

This collection will take you from the colorful, vibrant world of Avalon in Magic and Mayhem to a contemporary city where magic and mythic creature are the norm in Infinity, The Invisible Thief, and Knox. You get to know the undying love of two brothers in Of Moonlight and Tombstones, learn that sometimes love can be dangerous in the Pool of the Lost, and that love isn't always peaceful in Peace at Last. The Rain Boy and Sky-Crossed Lovers will break your heart and make you soar above the clouds with tales of grief, and monsters, and thunderstorms. Enter a valley of magic and darkness in The Lonely Child and meet a thief and a ghostly princess in The Wolf's Blessing.

Delve into the bite sized worlds in Of Magic and Mayhem and let these tales whisk you away to dangerous and enchanting places of the imagination.

Add it to your TBR list Here!

Now, it's all a matter of formatting and finishing up the final details! Keep your eyes out for a giveaway announcement soon!

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