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At Flying Tiger Press, you’ll find stories about people– people grappling with new magical abilities, venturing on journeys of self-discovery, finding love in unexpected places. The battles fought are on home ground. The stakes played are closest to the heart.

Flying Tiger books. Where magic gets personal

Flying Tiger Press is the imprint for Kathlena L. Contreras and K. Lynn Bay.

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Blackthorne - K. Lynn BayChanceShaper - K. Lynn BaySpringtime in Hades - K. Lynn Bay, Kathlena L. ContrerasShadowbound - Kathlena L. ContrerasFamiliar Magic - Kathlena L. ContrerasCrooked Magic by Kathlena L. ContrerasCould It Be Magic - Kathlena L. ContrerasThis Magic Moment - Kathlena L. ContrerasDo You Believe in Magic - Kathlena L. ContrerasForeshadow by Kathlena L. Contreras

 

 

Gualala, California

Fortunate Magic – Chapter 1

I’ve been trying to figure out a title for my new story. Since it’s set in the Land of Enchantment universe, It needs the word “magic” in the title. But what kind of magic? Since the story revolves around fortune-teller Emilia Dunmoor, it has to include something about the future or foreseeing. Prescient Magic? Imminent Magic? …

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A New Land of Enchantment Story

After finishing Could It Be Magic, I hit a dry spell and so took a break for a few months. At last, I decided that writing something was better than writing nothing, so I started on a new story. I talked about writing something like this in my post on Reylo Trash, but didn’t really have …

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Free books

What Happened to Goodreads Giveaways?

Goodreads, the social book site, has for some time offered a program in which readers can enter to win a paperback copy of books they’re interested in. It’s great for readers, of course, because they can get free copies of books they’d like to read. It also offers authors exposure for their books and a chance …

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Amazon and the Attack of the Zombie Scammers

It’s a day just like any other. The sun is shining, birds are singing. A neighbor calls a cheerful greeting as Mom and Dad see the kids off to school. Then, from across the street, a scream splits the air. A young mother flings her phone away and presses her children back from the menace on the screen. A teenage …

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