Out Now – Fantastic Schools (Volume III)

29 May

Featuring a whole new Schooled in Magic novella, The Cunning Man’s Tale.

Have you ever wanted to go to magic school? To cast spells and brew potions and fly on broomsticks and – perhaps – battle threats both common and supernatural? Come with us into worlds of magic, where students become magicians and teachers do everything in their power to ensure the kids survive long enough to graduate. Welcome to … Fantastic Schools.

Follow the daughter of a witch who wants to learn white—not black—magic, a trio of students sent on a mysterious task, a kidnapped student trying to escape, a troll who wants to study among the humans, and a magic-less boy with a chance to learn magic, if he survives his first month at a magical university.

Follow us into worlds different, magical …

… And very human.

Includes stories by:

Christopher Nuttall
Roger D. Strahan
Denton Salle
Karina Fabian
Frank B. Luke
George Phillies
Aaron Van Treeck
Becky R. Jones
Jay Barnson
Emily Sorensen
Peter Rhodan
Rhys Hughs
J.F. Posthumus
Barb Caffey

Purchase from Amazon HERE.  And discuss it on the forum here!

2 Responses to “Out Now – Fantastic Schools (Volume III)”

  1. Fred Mora May 31, 2021 at 7:13 am #

    There is a big editing problem in the Kindle version. In the stories “Kidnapped” and “A Conflict of Conscience”, many periods have been replaced with commas. Could you please take a look?

    Example from Kidnapped, first paragraph:

    “It was a beautiful late evening, The ocean breeze was cool”

  2. George Phillies June 4, 2021 at 4:31 pm #

    It was correct in the original:

    It was a beautiful late evening. The ocean breeze was cool, carrying the burnt sugar scent of katsura trees now starting to gain their fall colors. I stared across my desk toward the Pelnir Sea, into which the crescent of Ausonius, the third moon, was sinking through the twilight sky.

    I am advised that the publisher created transfer errors.

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