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Sunday, July 26, 2015

Summer Is Here!

The season I was named after is here! I love this time of year. The grass and flowers and trees are all green and lush. Birds are singing, the skies are blue, and you can feel the power of the earth magic all around. You can see the beauty of the world, whether you are in the natural world or the Realm of Magic. And I love it!

This time of year reminds me why being a wizard is so important. Without wizards of light magic, all this beauty would become corrupted by the Sprites and their dead magic. Death and decay would push away the vibrant colors of life and everything would be bleak and dreary.

I can see some of the bleakness when I peer through the barrier that separates the Province of the Dead from the Province of Light here in the Realm of Magic. I would imagine the land of the Sprites is full of death and decay, though I hope I never have to go there and find out. But what I do know is that the Sprites are determined to see the entire Realm of Magic and the natural world look just as blighted and bleak as their own lands. And that is something I will fight to keep from happening!

Summer hopes she doesn't have to see what it really looks like inside the Province of the Dead. We'll what happens in Book 3: Pure Magic. Until then, make sure you've read Books 1 and 2. You can get them from Amazon.

Sunday, July 5, 2015

This Is A Dream Come True

The look on Cassie's face was priceless when I showed her the pendant. I've never seen someone so excited in my life (save perhaps the time Summer found out fairies were real). But as excited as she was, I was even more excited.

For me, this is like a dream come true - to have someone I love able to come to the Realm of Magic and experience it with me, to see the Realm in all its beauty.

Her first experience bridging between realms, though, went about as well as I had expected. As soon as we appeared inside the Zero Room, she promptly fell to her knees and threw up all over the floor (poor Jolie offered to clean it up). That first trip tends to be a rough one, but I promised her it gets easier with each trip. The body just tends to get a little disoriented the first few times.

We've gotten past that, and she's settled in nicely. There is so much I want to show her, but the fairies made me promise to take her first to the Core. They wanted a chance to meet her. And quite frankly, that was an interesting experience.

I don't think I've ever seen the fairies enthralled with anyone before, but, boy oh boy, they seemed enthralled by the presence of a normal standing before them. They asked her an enormous amount of questions, trying to find out everything they could about her. If I didn't know any better, I'd say it sounded like they were interviewing her for a job. It all seemed a little odd to me, but I can't complain. They were the ones who agreed to let me bring her here in the first place.

So now, Cassie and I have the opportunity to connect inside the Realm of Magic. It can only bring us closer, and it certainly has brought down a big wall that divided us. Things can only get better from here.

Cassie is all moved in to Cloudline. How will that go? You'll have to wait until Book 3: Pure Magic to find out. Until then, if you haven't read Books 1 and 2, you can get them at Amazon.

Sunday, June 28, 2015

An Interesting Conversation

So, I had an interesting conversation with Michael McCoy last week. If you have read the books, you will recall that Michael is the leader of the group of Advocates, members of the Sentinels - normals who know of the existence of the wizards and help them fend off the forces of dead magic in the natural world.

He has had several conversations with some of the Historians - members of the Sentinels who observe and document the battles but never get involved - in our attempts to replace Stanley and Tasha.

However, it seems no one with whom he has spoken is interested in going from neutral observer to gun-toting advocate. I guess I should not be surprised. Most of those folks discovered the existence of the wizards by chance and were immune to the perception-warping effects of magic. Though most people re-interpret magical events so they fit within their common sense of reality (as happened during the zombie invasion), those who are immune to the effect - for whatever reason - often end up as members of the Sentinels.

They typically have no interest in toting around guns and magic-tipped stakes, putting their lives on the line to fight goblins, zombies, and other creatures. No, at best, they typically like to remain in the background, jotting down observations that can be recorded in the Chronicles. And so far, none of them seem to be jumping at the chance to go from historian to combatant. And that means we might be a bit short-handed for a while. I suppose I should not be surprised.

The Sentinels have played an important role in Books 1 and 2, and they play a similar role in Book 3: Pure Magic, coming soon.

Sunday, June 14, 2015

And So It Has Begun...

I was over in the Province of Lightning this last week talking to Balder, the leader of the centaurs. They have been guarding the barrier separating the Province of Lightning from the Province of the Dead. Apparently, goblins have engaged in some feeble attempts to break through the barrier.

Reece posted something a long time ago about goblins and how annoying they are, and quite frankly, their level of annoyance has increased even more now that the Realm is once again united. It seems they aren't quite smart enough to figure out two things.

First, they aren't quick enough to make it to the barrier before the centaurs will drop them with their bows.

Second, even if they make it to the barrier itself, they won't be strong enough to get through it. But apparently, they have tried several times.

I may have to check with the elves guarding the barrier in the Province of Light and see if anything like this has happened over there. I guess if nothing else, it gives us something to do while we wait patiently for the next crisis affecting the Realm of Magic or the natural world. I was hoping to spend all my time with Cassie, now that she's moved in, but I guess sometimes duty calls...

The centaurs and Balder will play a prominent role in Book 3: Pure Magic. In the meantime, see what you've missing in Books 1 and 2. You can find them on Amazon.

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Cassie Moved In

A few days ago, Nikko revealed this interesting little artifact he created. It was a beautiful little pendant crafted by the dwarves and sparked with fire magic from Nikko.

My sisters and I were pretty impressed that our Teacher and Protector learned to create an artifact (and of course I asked him when he was going to teach me), but we were blown away when we found out what the artifact could do.

He didn't tell us about the artifact to pat himself on the back, though (I would have, but he didn't). No, he told us about it because he wanted to ask our permission to bring Cassie to the Realm of Magic, to let her live with us inside Cloudline.

The three of us stared blankly at him, wondering why on earth he would think we would have a problem with Cassie coming to Cloudline. It was me and Jolie who first tried to get Nikko and Cassie together. We wanted to see him happy, and we knew there was something there. And, of course, we were right.

We all agreed we would love to have Cassie here. She's funny, she makes Nikko laugh, and quite frankly, things are much more lighthearted with her around. Why wouldn't we want her here? And so, Cassie is going to move in with us!

Want to learn more about Cassie's experiences in the Realm of Magic? You'll have to wait for Book 3: Pure Magic. But in the meantime, learn more about her budding romance with Nikko by reading Book 2 of the Three Wizards Chronicles, on sale at Amazon.

Sunday, May 24, 2015

A Visit with Belana

I decided to have myself a little picnic in Unicorn Valley this week with my sisters Jolie and Reece. I really wanted to take some time getting to know a few of the unicorns. After all, I owe Belana my life. She is the Queen of the Unicorns, and she saved me when I took on too much magic inside the Hall of Wizards. If it weren't for her, I would be dead.

I find unicorns to be such fascinating creatures. They were sparked with a bit of earth, wind, and water magic, creatures designed to be the healers of the Realm. Most of them can't fly, but instead roam freely inside Unicorn Valley. And once a year, Belana travels to the natural world to tap into some of the pure magic that exists there. She uses that pure magic to replenish her healing powers. It is a connection that was established eons ago, and one that remains to this day.

Though she tried to sound optimistic about the future, Belana is worried her healing powers will be needed a lot more in the future. Though the fairies seem to be unfazed by the unification of the Realm of Magic, the unicorns are worried the reunification is the first step toward all-out war. I hope she's wrong about that, because I'd hate to see this beautiful place torn to pieces, all because Balthazar and Reece reunited the Realm of Magic.

Will Belana's concerns become reality? Find out in Book 3: Pure Magic, on sale soon. In the meantime, learn more about Belana and the unicorns by reading Three Wizards Chronicles Book 2: The Box of Death.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

A Dragon's Eye View

I decided to take a ride on Swiftwind the other day. In case you forgot, she is the magical white dragon that has saved our butts on several occasions. It was good to see her and to spend some time flying over the Realm of Magic.

We got to check out the beautiful blue rivers, lakes, and oceans of the Realm. We got to see the majestic forests that are home to the elves. We got to fly over the roaring fires that serve as the forges for the dwarves. And we got to see the unicorns roaming about their fields.

And all of this beauty was taken in from above, from the dragon's eye view of the Realm of Magic. It was both breathtaking and a bit overwhelming at the same time. To see the vastness of the realm laid out beneath me was something I will never forget. I've seen some beautiful scenery since I've become a wizard, but nothing compares to the beauty of this realm. I would imagine that in some ways, this is what the natural world looked like before the rise of modern civilizations. So untouched by progress that it is beyond imagination. Unfortunately, now that the creatures in the Province of the Dead are among us, I wonder how long that beauty will last.

How long will it remain pristine and untouched by war? Find out in Three Wizards Chronicles Book 3: Pure Magic, on sale soon. In the meantime, don't forget to read Books 1 and 2.


Sunday, May 3, 2015

I've Created an Artifact!

I've done it! I've created my first magical artifact! The dwarves - the blacksmiths of the Realm of Magic - provided me with some wonderful pendants to spark. The fire fairies taught me most of what I needed to learn to make it possible to spark the pendants, and then they gave me the blessing to spark them.

I know that doesn't mean much to you, but it will in a minute. The pendants now possess the power to allow normals to bridge with me from the natural world and into the Realm of Magic. And that means I can bring Cassie here to live with me. I haven't told her yet, so don't say anything. I want it to be a surprise. I told Balthazar about it, and he's going to help me arrange things. We both want to see the look on her face when she sees what's in store for her.

I can't wait to share the Realm of Magic with her. It's so full of beauty and wonder, a utopia waiting to be shared with her. And if things go well, I have four other pendants I can share with other normals. I can share the Realm of Magic with Michael and Jennifer and other members of the Sentinels.

Unfortunately, the one person with whom I can't share this gift is Balthazar. Because he still possesses a small bit of dead magic, the spark of fire magic used to create the pendants will not work on him. And that means the Realm of Magic is still off limits to him. I wish he could see this place, though. I mean, he played such a critical role in making the Realm whole once again, and yet he is unable to come and see his handiwork. Maybe in time I'll figure out a way to get him here. I haven't given up hope.

It seems Cassie will be getting the shock of her life. Let's see how it goes in Three Wizards Chronicles Book 3: Pure Magic. While you're waiting, though, check out Books 1 and 2.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Savannah Is Getting Better

I have been spending a lot of time with the girl, Savannah - the seer we encountered a short while back. I have been working with her, trying to help her better learn to control her powers. She is coming along quite nicely. The bright red glowing tattoos have faded quite a bit, even when she is outside the magical dead zone. She has learned how to dampen her powers when she is close to some of the weaker magical artifacts in our possession.

I am quite impressed with her persistence. She is only a teenager, and she sometimes gets a bit down on herself, but it does not take her long to pick herself back up and keep charging forward. She will eventually learn to control her powers - and then perhaps she can live a much more normal life.

Of course, as long as she lives, her life will always be in danger. Malo learned who she was, and that means the Sprites know of her existence. It is my job to make sure she is protected, and so for the time being, I only let her spend minimal time outside the magical dead zone. When I do let her leave, I ensure she always has company. She is an innocent girl with no magical powers of her own, and that means she has to be protected.

What does the future hold in store for Savannah? You will have to wait for the Three Wizards Chronicles Book 3: Pure Magic to find out. In the meantime, don't forget to catch up on everything you missed in Books 1 and 2.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Zhephyrus is Here

Now that the Realm of Magic is whole once again, that means we can move pretty easily between the Province of Light and the Province of Lightning. And that means I can go visit Zhephyrus anytime I want. I was just hanging out with him and Darius the other day, talking about how different things are now.

It's a bit worrisome to think that at any point in time, creatures from the Province of the Dead might try to attack the other provinces. But at least we know the Realm of Magic has a lot more protectors than just us wizards.

But, the most interesting thing I've learned over the past few weeks is that Darius is an awful lot of fun. He's funny and quite charming, and I think he's going to make both a good ally and a good friend. I'm not sure, but I think he likes me. I'm not going to tell anyone because I don't want to stir up any drama - that's Summer's job - but don't be surprised if down the road, I have more to say about this...

I also ran into Michael and Jennifer back in the natural world. It seems they are getting ready to head out for a little vacation. Now that Malo is dead, they figure they'll have some time for a bit of rest and relaxation. I don't know where they're going, but I sure hope they have fun.

Book 3: Pure Magic will be coming soon. Watch for updates right here on the blog site. In the meantime, also check out Books 1 and 2.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Biding My Time

The wizards have gone back to Cloudline, spending the bulk of their time in the Realm of Magic. It seems they have learned about a myriad of wonders there they never knew existed. Oh, to be able to see some of them! But instead, I am stuck inside the natural world. My dead magic spark would permit me to travel to the Realm of Magic, but I would appear inside the Province of the Dead. And as I've said, thanks but no thanks.

In the meantime, though, there are plenty of things to do here. I will be working with Jeanine and Liam, two of the Historians of the Sentinels, to update the Chronicles, the written record as observed by normals over the years. It seems there is a lot of misinformation in there, and I may be able to correct some of that.

And unfortunately, I will need to see about replacing Stanley and Tasha. The two of them have decided to leave the Sentinels. Stanley, having been corrupted by dead magic, needs a break for a while. I can appreciate his feelings about that. I remember when I became a zombie lackey for Jhophes. It was not a pleasant feeling in the least. So, while I wish the two of them the very best, it means our Advocates are short two people. We'll have to see how we can fill that gap.

Cassie, of course, wishes she could go to the Realm of Magic to see all the wonders Nikko has experienced. I am not certain what the future will hold for the two of them. It seems there is a magical wall separating them now - Cassie, stuck in the magical world, while Nikko gets to experience all the wonders the Realm of Magic has to offer. He comes by regularly - almost daily - but I see the sadness in Cassie's eyes when he has to return to the Realm of Magic. At some point, something has got to give.

Balthazar has a lot to accomplish leading up to the Three Wizards Chronicles Book 3: Pure Magic. While he does that, don't forget to check out Books 1 and 2.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

The Windy Mountains

Not to be outdone by the others, I, too, have gone out exploring the Realm of Magic, taking in the windy mountains of the realm. Tucked away in one set of mountains exists a group of wispy wind-like creatures called the jinn. I found them to be a bit creepy. You see, they don't have any body hair to speak of, and their bodies tend to be almost transparent, as if they are not really there. Their heads waver back and forth between being solid and being intangible. It's a bit disconcerting to have a conversation with them because every few seconds they waver back and forth between existing and not.

I've been told that they can will themselves to stay solid when needed - that's how they pick things up and how they fight - but that they actually normally exist in between a solid and gaseous state. They don't really fly so much as they float in their gaseous forms. I'm intrigued by them, not really sure exactly how they exist. But the one thing I've learned since becoming a wizard is not to apply too much logic when it comes to magic. It will drive you insane, trying to force a logical explanation onto something that is purely illogical in nature.

But I have to say, all things considered, I feel a bit vindicated. When I was out flying a long time ago, trying to perfect my magic, I thought I saw something floating through the clouds. I turned, and it was gone. Nikko thought my mind was playing tricks on me, but now I think I may have actually seen one of the jinn. That makes me feel better - and it gave a chance to poke a bit of fun at Nikko at the same time.

You'll have to wait to learn more about the jinn. But if you still haven't read Books 1 and 2, check them out.




Sunday, March 15, 2015

The Waters of the Realm

Now that we have a bit more time to hang out in the Realm of Magic, I've had more of a chance to spend some time taking in the beautiful blue waters here. They are as pristine as you could ever envision, and they're teaming with life.

Of course, my dragon, Crystal Water lives down in one of the realm's deep seas. It seems she is not alone, though. There's an entire community of water dragons living down there. It's quite incredible.

But not as incredible as the mermaidens, these blue creatures who inhabit the Four Seas. They're various shades of blue, and they have these fins on top of their heads that vary drastically in color. They move so effortlessly through the water. I've never seen anything quite like it. But perhaps the most impressive thing I've learned about them is that they are fierce warriors. One of the water fairies told me they were the fiercest warriors in the entire realm. I spent a little time sparring with Xerxa, their leader, and I have to admit, she whooped me pretty good - though if I would have used my magic it might have ended differently. With mermaidens helping us guard the border with the Province of the Dead, perhaps we won't have to do quite so much fighting. Maybe things won't be so tumultuous after all.

Want to learn more about the mermaidens and their leader, Xerxa? You'll have to wait for the Three Wizards Chronicles Book 3: Pure Magic. But in the meantime, check out what you've missed in Books 1 and 2.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Elves!

Nikko mentioned we wouldn't have to protect the Realm of Magic all by ourselves, and he's right. I recently learned there are elves in the Realm of Magic. They inhabit the lands of earth magic, the thick forests that exist in the Province of Light. They live up in the trees mostly, moving around silently and swiftly.

I was out exploring when one decided to finally introduce himself to me. It seems they're a little shorter than I am, and they have these slightly pointy ears. They tend to be excellent hunters, trackers, and archers. Apparently, they live forever, unless they get killed in battle.

Their leader is a woman named Alanna Silverblade. She's their Chieftess. Her husband, Aiden, was killed in the last big cataclysmic battle for the realm millennia ago, and she's been leading the elves by herself ever since. I've met her, though I have to say I'm not so sure about her. She doesn't seem to ever be in a very good mood. She's always so serious, she never smiles, and she doesn't have much of a sense of humor. She reminds me a bit of Nikko when he first brought us to Cloudline years ago. He didn't have much of a sense of humor then, either. He was so afraid we'd get ourselves killed that he wouldn't let his guard down. But he got better over time, and maybe Alanna will too.

Alanna Silverblade and the elves will play an important role in the Three Wizards Chronicles Book 3: Pure Magic. While you wait, check out Books 1 and 2 on Amazon.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

A New Day

A new day has dawned. The Realm of Magic is one realm once again, though the different fairies live and exist within different provinces. The Core is now a place for fairies of all types of magic, including lightning magic and dead magic, to come and discuss the state of things in the Realm. The lightning fairies want peace, but the Sprites don't seem to be on the same page as everyone else.

The abyss is gone, and that means goblins, skeletons, and every other type of creature imaginable will be free to roam around the Province of the Dead. The fairies have erected protective barriers to cordon off the Province of the Dead and keep those creatures from invading the Province of Light or the Province of Lightning.

So, while things seem to have changed a lot, they are still very much the same. I fear the Realm of Magic will be in a state of constant turmoil. And it will be our job to protect the realm. Thankfully, we've learned we won't have to do it alone...

If you want to see how things have changed in the new, unified Realm of Magic, follow the blog. In the meantime, if you missed Books 1 and 2, check them out on Amazon.

Sunday, February 15, 2015

I'm Glad That's Over

Well, things have been interesting. A lot happened in the battle for The Box of Death.

We encountered centaurs for the first time ever, and thank goodness. Centaurs traveled to the natural world from the Realm of Lightning, and their help was greatly appreciated.

Balthazar somehow managed to create the Trinity Hammer, meaning the Realm of Magic is once again united.

Jolie managed to ground Mastema long enough for Summer to purge the dead magic from Stanley, so he is back to normal.

Darius survived his first battle, and I hear he didn't do too badly - though if you ask Reece, he still has quite a bit to learn.

And somehow during all this, Malo lost his ability to be a threat to us anymore. That means the Sprites are down another Wizard of Dead Magic. Though I'm sure they'll set their sights on the next one, it will give us a bit more time to get prepared.

Things have now changed quite a bit. With the reunified Realm of Magic, us wizards will have some exploring to do. Things are going to be different, but I'm sure there will be more battles to come. Until, then, though, I'm going to do my best to just enjoy the peace and quiet.

Maybe Cassie and I will be able to actually spend some time together and get to know each other a bit better...

If you haven't read The Box of Death, you missed an awful lot. Get yourself caught up on all the action by downloading Book 2 of the Three Wizards Chronicles now.




Sunday, February 8, 2015

I Apparently Had a Role to Play After All

I told you I had a sneaking suspicion that I would play a role in things to come. It turns out I was right, though even I never could have predicted exactly what role that would be. I ultimately caused a chain reaction that led to the creation of the Trinity Hammer.

And so, here we are. The battle is over. Stanley has been healed, though he and Tasha will be leaving the Sentinels. I will have to see about replacing them. We certainly have found that normals are an important part of our fight against the Sprites inside the natural world.

And we might need to enlist more of them, since it looks like the wizards will be busy defending the reunified Realm of Magic. Unfortunately, I am not going to be able to travel there. My spark is weak, but even so, it is a spark of dead magic. That means the only place I could bridge to would be the Province of the Dead, and quite frankly, I have absolutely no interest in going there. I am pretty certain the Sprites would be alerted to my presence right away, and they would either try to corrupt me again or have me torn to shreds by any of the myriad of creatures who inhabit that place.

So, no thank you, I will remain safe and sound in the natural world, running the business of the Sentinels until the natural world is threatened once again.

You don't want to miss Balthazar's role in the final battle, so download The Box of Death, Book 2 of the Three Wizards Chronicles, now.

Sunday, February 1, 2015

I Never Expected That

I never expected the Battle for the Box of Death to go the way it did. I somehow survived, but that was only thanks to Michael and Jennifer McCoy, two of the normals who helped us during the battle. If it hadn't been for them, I would be dead.

And yet, here I am telling you all about it. And let me say, that was not the strangest thing that happened during the battle. The whole thing ended up being really weird. Imagine hundred of creatures pouring out of a portal from the abyss - skeletons, zombies, hellhounds, trolls, and everything else imaginable. And let's not forget the appearance of a few Lords of the Dead, like Jhophes and Skree.

I thought we were dead until the centaurs showed up from the Realm of Lightning. Yep, you read that right - centaurs. It was quite the interesting battle. Hopefully, we might have a bit of time to recover - and maybe even have a little fun - before things become crazy again. But I guess only time will tell.

If you're wondering how centaurs managed to make it into the natural world, then you obviously haven't read The Box of Death, Book 2 of the Three Wizards Chronicles. But the good news is you can download it now.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

I Lost My Hammer

Ugh! The Storm Hammer is gone. I loved that weapon. Not only did it remind me of Zhephyrus, but it had a lot of awesome power built into its spark.  It served me well during our battle with Malo.

But now, it's gone!

I guess I shouldn't be too sad, though. I had combined the sparks of the water and lightning magic, but now, thanks to some weirdness I never saw coming, it has become the Trinity Hammer, and the fairies took it with them back to the Realm of Magic, the one, united Realm of Magic.

And that's going to create problems. Now, instead of only worrying whether the armies of the Sprites will attack the natural world, we have to worry whether they will attack the other lands inside the Realm of Magic. It's enough to drive a wizard crazy. We spend so much time fighting to defend the natural world that there isn't much time left for anything else. And now, we're going to have to fight to defend the Realm of Magic, too.

I imagine there will definitely be some interesting stuff coming in the future. But I have to say, I'm not so sure it's such a good thing the Realm of Magic is once again united...

If you missed the creation of the Trinity Hammer and the unification of the Realm of Magic, download The Box of Death, Book 2 of the Three Wizards Chronicles.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

That was Interesting

Well, that was interesting. I gotta say, I never thought the battle over the final fragment of The Box of Death would go like that. If you missed it, you'll get to see some of my healing powers at their very best. We also got to use one of those bridging potions we created.

I thought about using my power on Jolie after she got walloped pretty good out there.`But she's my sister, and I knew she would fight through the pain. If I had to heal her, it would have weakened her to the point of having to bridge back to Stonehenge, and she was not going to leave us out there without her. That's just not like her. And I'm glad she didn't.

A lot of interesting things happened during that battle. The weirdest one I'm sure someone else will tell you about. But I have to say, after what happened, things are going to become very interesting...

If you missed the final battle over The Box of Death, there's still time to download Book 2 of the Three Wizards Chronicles.

Sunday, January 11, 2015

I'm Gonna Have My Work Cut Out for Me

I'm gonna have my work cut out for me. You see, I'm the only wizard with the ability to fly. Between my artifact ring and my magic, that means I'm get to be the one who keeps other flying creatures from ruining our day. And in the battle over The Box of Death, that means Mastema and the flying golem are my responsibility.

It would have been nice to have our dragons available for this battle, but unfortunately, because we have to go touch our physical connection points and then quickly bridge to wherever it is we're going, there just isn't time to run back to the Realm of Light Magic and get them. We're gonna have to battle this out on our own.

That means I get to be our air support - just me, all by myself. The most difficult part - beyond not getting myself killed - will be trying to restrain Mastema long enough for Summer to purge him of the dead magic. So let's just add another bit of complexity to my role.

With any luck, the normals will provide some cover fire with their shotguns that fire shells tipped with the fragments of light magic artifacts. They won't be strong enough to destroy the golem or Mastema, but they may be strong enough to at least injure them, bring them to the ground. They'll be much easier to eliminate if we can ground them both.

Here's hoping!

Jolie has her work cut out for her in the final battle over The Box of Death. Will she be up to task? You don't want to miss this, so download Book 2 of the Three Wizards Chronicles now.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

I'm a Bit Worried

I am certainly not looking forward to this battle with Malo. Between Nikko and Balthazar, I very nearly had myself a panic attack. I was already nervous going into this thing, but now...

I know no battle is ever easy. We've won many battles that could have gone either way. But this one is different. This time, the deck seems stacked against us, even more so than it did back in Taxco. But here we are, the only people who stand between Malo and his his desire to recreate the natural world as a new Realm of Dead Magic.

I have a sneaking suspicion I'm going to get a chance to use my healing bracelets at least once during this battle. Hopefully, if nothing else, I'll be able to use them to purge the dead magic from Stanley. At least then we won't have to keep fighting Mastema. We can keep our focus on the real bad guys.

I've gotta tell you people, I think we definitely have our work cut out for us. This is not going to be the most pleasant thing we've ever done. Let's just hope the future of the natural world remains secure.

Will Summer be able to free Stanley from the corruption of the dead magic? Will she and her allies be able to stop Malo? These questions and more are answered in The Box of Death, Book 2 of the Three Wizards Chronicles. Download it today.