Wednesday, November 5, 2014

The Power of Cartoons

     
“Wonder Twin Powers, Activate!”
       Oh, I grew up with the magic of the Wonder Twins. Over the years, I’ve thought of that mantra. Who knew it would eventually surface in one of my books?
My tale is based on the original Brothers Grimm’s, The Thief & his Master (doesn’t that call for some light BDSM?). The story deals with a boy who becomes an apprentice to a witch. In order to steal, they shift into various forms. Here’s a link:
       If you’re familiar with any of my paranormal writing, I’m a fan of shifters, so that storyline really called to me. When modernizing a classic, there certainly is a bit of magic that takes place. How was I going to get my characters to change shape? Hmmm … can you think of a connection to the Wonder Twins?

Blurb:
       When Madeline places an ad on ThievesList for an apprentice, she wants more than an employee. She’s searching for her life mate. For only her fated one possesses the strength to overcome the life-altering challenges of the quest.
Feeling stuck, Sven drops out of college for an enticing job. Although the want ad mentions “discipline,” he doesn’t expect to find magic in the hands of his potential boss.
       Sven’s world shifts to a new reality. He’ll battle danger and his destiny to find his true calling, and love.

Available via Decadent Publishing, Amazon, ARe and other online retailers.


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1 comment:

Shamona Hagan said...

I read the brief summary and am very intrigued to read your book. I have always wanted to havw the ability to shape shift. It would be one of the coolest things ever. "Wonder twin powers activate, form of a butterfly."