Tuesday, August 15, 2017

The Tale of Bryant Adams: How I Magically Messed Up My Life in 4 Freakin' Days

Today, I have the pleasure of introducing you to an amazingly talented author, Megan O'Russel, and her super awesome book, The Tale of Bryant Adams: How I Magically Messed Up My Life in 4 Freakin' Days.

Check it out!

What if you had an entire magical library available at the touch of a button? Need a quick escape? There’s an app for that. Need a pillar of fire? There’s an app for that, too! No magical school to run to, no being chosen for greatness. Just an unfortunate accident and a magical cell phone.
Ever wanted to grow a five-story tall flower in central park? How about fight a deadly battle under the subway tunnels of Manhattan?

Don't worry. I never wanted to either. But if you're ever being chased by ladies made of mist and you have to save the girl with the sparkly eyes you've never had the guts to say actual words to, there's an app for that.

I found a magic cell phone, opened an app I shouldn't have, burned down the set shop for my high school's theatre, and it was all downhill from there. A drag queen seer who lives under a bridge is my only hope for keeping my mom alive, and I think the cops might be after me for destroying my dad's penthouse.

But it gets better! Now I'm stuck being the sidekick to the guy who got me into this mess in the first place. It'll be a miracle if I survive until Monday. 

If you have all the magic you could ever want at the tap of an app, what would you do with it? And when everyone is trying to kill you for even knowing about such a device, where do you go?

Writing The Tale of Bryant Adams: How I Magically Messed Up My Life in Four Freakin’ Days was a fun and enlightening experience. Exploring magic in the technological age, where news travels at the speed of a tweet was fascinating. Do you text your mom for help when witches are trying to kill you? Can you Google directions to a secret underground city?
Where technology and wizardry meet, the possibilities are endless, and I am thrilled to share Bryant Adams’s humorous jaunt through magic in Manhattan with all of you!

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