New novel now available: A Lasting Cure for Magic

A Lasting Cure for Magic (cover image by Fotolotti | dreamstime)
A Lasting Cure for Magic (cover image by Fotolotti | dreamstime)

Today marks the official launch of my latest novel: A Lasting Cure for Magic!

This is the next book in the “Contagious Magic” series, and like the first two books in this series, I  think this one is a lot of fun. I know I had a great time writing it.

A Lasting Cure for Magic has magic (of course) with ancient Sorcerers and teenaged wizards, lots of secret histories, a fair bit of globetrotting, plenty of non-stop action, and of course, pizza.

Like the other book in the series, I wrote this as an “all ages” books — there’s some magic-related violence, but no f-bombs, sex, or other R-rated material: a pretty tame PG rating, I’d say.

This is the third book in the Contagious Magic series of novels. Book one is A Sudden Outbreak of Magic, and book two is A Wild Epidemic of Magic.

Here’s the synopsis:

Contagious magic: there just might not be a cure…

Picking up two minutes after the shocking and unnerving ending to A Wild Epidemic of Magic, this third book in the Contagious Magic series finds Kelley and Jeroan stranded in Dubuque, Iowa, just after their parents—and all the Sorcerers they met in the past two months—were whisked away by none other than the vengeful Druid.

And as if that wasn’t bad enough, the twins have lost all their magic. Kelley and Jeroan now must work together, for the first time in their lives, to get their parents back and save the world from the Druid, who is not happy about his 200-year banishment.

But first the twins have to find a way to undo their unwanted “cure” for magic and get their powers back, before it’s too late—for everyone.



You can read the opening to the novel right here:

Enjoy, and thanks for reading!

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