Tag: Magic

Nov 29

Could It Be Magic – Chapter 6

I just realized how short the last chapter was. so to make up for it, I thought I’d better post another sooner rather than later. This one should make up for the last, though, since it’s quite a bit longer. Magic in the Air The pep talk was well-timed, Amethyst decided. Jas turned through an …

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Nov 27

Could It Be Magic – Chapter 5

Happy Thanksgiving! I’m looking forward to a long weekend of writing as I close in on the finish line with this book. I have a “sketch” of the cover done, but once I have it in final form, I’ll post it here. Then I’ll need to work up the blurb. Blurbs are one of those things I …

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Nov 04

Could It Be Magic – Chapter 3

I got a lot of writing done this weekend, so here’s the next chapter of the latest Land of Enchantment book. If you missed the beginning, click here to read it. Kiss Me “You’re pretty quiet, Wiz,” Melodie Odham said. “Something tells me things didn’t go well yesterday.” Amethyst had known Melodie since their days in …

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Aug 31

99-Cent Sale on Flying Tiger Books

September is Sale Month for Flying Tiger books To celebrate the release of Crooked Magic, $0.99 promotions are running through the month of September for most Flying Tiger Press titles. Check them out on Amazon. By K. Lynn Bay: September 1 – 4 – ChanceShaper      September 9 – 12 – Blackthorne          …

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Aug 20

Crooked Magic

Crooked Magic by Kathlena L. Contreras

Kathlena L. Contreras – The Land of Enchantment – Book 3 – Wizards are back and selling their services to the people in power. Amethyst Rey has just been outed as a wizard, and now she’s for sale to the highest bidder—whether she wants to be or not. Amethyst just wants to live quietly as a stained glass artist. …

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May 12

Crooked Magic Blurb

Okay, so the book is finished and the cover is ready. The only thing left is the all-important blurb. What’s the story about? A lot– maybe most– authors hate writing blurbs. I won’t say it isn’t hard. I can sit down and spend hours putting a blurb together, then days after that tinkering with it until it seems …

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