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1st Jun 2018, 10:00 AM in Chapter 9: Subtle Rot
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Author Notes:

1st Jun 2018, 10:00 AM
MorganER
You might be wondering about the ad on the bottom of this page.
(Full disclosure) A very close friend of mine, James Emmett, is editing this book, and it seems like a very promising project. Here's a synopsis:I Am Hexed is a magical thriller mystery. There’s magic, personal drama, politics, and an accidentally carnivorous plant.



Witches have been a part of the political fabric of Washington D.C. since it was founded. It’s only within the last few decades (since the 1960s, witches chose to show off their broomsticks) that they have revealed themselves. Now, with the struggle for equality ongoing, Charlotte Helm, a junior staff member from Roanoke has been thrust into the murky and dangerous waters of political games between witches and their political adversaries.



With her boss under suspicion for political corruption, Charlotte, her ex-girlfriend and whatever other help she can find, scrambles to keep one step ahead of the political and magical forces hunting her as she tries to figure out why she’s D.C.’s Most Wanted Witch.

See? Doesn't it look interesting? I know that once it's available, I'll likely be picking up a copy myself. BTW, I'm NOT being paid for this. It does seem like a cool project to me. You can find more information here: https://www.iamhexed.com/


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Comments:

1st Jun 2018, 10:31 PM
"Uhh... maybe?" Now THERE'S a ringing endorsement, if ever I've heard one! ^^

Um, does Fernando have any friends who consider him more than just a resource? O.o
2nd Jun 2018, 11:18 AM
MorganER
It does seem like a recurring theme, doesn't it?