Saturday, May 22, 2021

Happy Mommy and Daddy's Day with A Quick Spell by Patricia Josephine and Patricia Lynne!

It's time for a Mommy and Daddy's Day post! Every so often, I post about a book intended for adults and not kids. Why? Because parents love to read, too! These books are ones that I personally enjoy and usually they aren't any worse in content than a Young Adult novel. 

Today's is the second in a series and is a collection of very short tales, perfect for those short breaks. Each tale is maybe a page or two...really not much longer. So, parents can read it between washing dishes and laundry, or while the kids play in the sandbox. I love these because they really are a tale and don't leave me stuck in the middle of a great scene when I have to put them down.

Anyway, here it is! 


A QUICK SPELL
A Quick Tale #2
by Patricia Josephine, Patricia Lynne
Fantasy / Short Story Collection
60 pages














Magic.
Myths.
Fantasy.

We are bewitched by what we can't see.

Conjure delight with a fantastical collection of tales. Each story is told in exactly 200 words and designed to delight your imagination no matter how busy your day is.

WILL YOU BELIEVE?

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MY TIDBITS

I read the first in this series and enjoyed it quite a bit. So, of course, I picked up this one too. The title says it all: quick. The stories all are very, very short and rotate around magic. Some are funny, some serious, some dark, some romantic...a little of everything for every mood. It's fun to pick the book up, read one or two or three, and put it don't without the feeling of halting a tale. Then, when picking it up again, a bunch of new tiny adventures await. Some are better than others, but that's the allure. It's a bit here, a bit there, and something for everyone.



And here she is...

Patricia Josephine is a writer of Urban Fantasy and Sci-Fi Romance books. She actually never set out to become a writer, and in fact, she was more interested in art and band in high school and college. Her dreams were of becoming an artist like Picasso. On a whim, she wrote down a story bouncing in her head for fun. That was the start of her writing journey, and she hasn't regretted a moment. When she's not writing, she's watching Doctor Who or reading about serial killers. She's an avid knitter. One can never have too much yarn. She writes Young Adult Paranormal, Science Fiction, and Fantasy under the name Patricia Lynne.


You can learn more about Patricia at her blog: https://www.patriciajosephine.com/blog


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