It’s hard talking about this second book…

Since the first book is still undergoing revisions. In Fantastic America I wanted to have a decidedly human, normal view point for a world where miracles, monsters, and magic become part of the fabric of life. Ashley Monahan and Daniel Forrester are the lenses through which readers examine that fabric (and its fraying) in the first book. In Midwestern magicians, I throw the weird at you from the first few pages, and it gets weirder as the main characters learn their part in a changed modern world. Spoiler free explanation, as the title suggests, the two main characters in this book, Liz Fairchild, and Alex De Luna are in the thick of magic, living and breathing it from day one. Be prepared for a wild ride!

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