Free Fiction Monday: Domestic Magic
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At a high school for the magical, the most picked-on kid dreams about J. Rutherford Wisenhauer III killing people with a fire spell. She knows her nightmares portend the future, but her domestic magic lacks the power to do most difficult spells.
To make matters worse, no one will believe her. So, what’s a young, nearly powerless witch to do?
“Domestic Magic,” by New York Times bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is free on this website for one week only. The story’s also available as an ebook through various online retailers here.
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When I read this story, I begin to believe that magic really could be a part of the natural world.
Loved it – so realistic (given the setting, I mean). I’ve worked in schools, and you really captured it.
Don’t know if you use the blurb up top anywhere else, but it uses Rutherford Wisenhaur II and I think it should be Rutherford Wisenhaur III.
You may not agree.
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks, Tony. Will fix it.
Wow. Loved this story.
What a great story! I think these are my favorites – the way you weave magic into the “real world.”