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Faking the Magic

Faking the Magic

Will the new Town Magician be everything Samual wants?

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About the Book

The Town Magician series continues with a new Town Magician in Samual’s town of Tatroon. But is it everything Samual hoped it would be?

Their town has been without a Town Magician for far too long, as far as Samual is concerned. Finally, they are getting their own Town Magician! Even better, he is the son of a famous Town Magician. Samual is excited and can’t wait for the show.

That is, if he can figure out how to not get caught by his father. With Clarise’s help, he thinks he can watch the show. But what he finds astounds him.

This Town Magician has no magic! He’s a fake!

What should Samual do?

This is a free prequel short story to Town Magician Book 1 – Embracing the Magic.

NOTE: this is a short story. In the Town Magician timeline it happens after Clarise and the Night Show and before the full novel Embracing the Magic

 

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Series: Town Magician, Book .7
Genres: Fantasy, Magical, Middle Grade
Tags: embracing the magic, magic, samual, town magician
Publisher: Mind Architecture, Inc
About the Author
S. A. Schneider

Don't you wish you could have a lightsaber? I imagine it all the time. And force powers - definitely force powers. Think of that? Oh, wait - how about spider powers? Shooting web lines and clinging to walls. You could get to school in style.

OK, so we can't have those. At least to the best of my knowledge. What's the next best thing? Reading stories about other worlds. I guess I'll have to settle for that and hopefully you'd like to come along for the ride.

I live and grew up in a rural area in Ohio. That left a lot of room for reading. I now live with my family and create stories set in many other places.

For now, I have to visit another world.

Enjoy the adventure!

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