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Some Very Messy Medieval Magic — Now Available!

I am very excited to announce the launch of C. Lee McKenzie’s new book, Some Very Messy Medieval Magic. I’ve read almost all of Lee’s previous books and loved them. I have no doubt this one will live up to the high standards she’s set in the past.

Some Very Messy Medieval Magic
May 15, 2018, Dancing Lemur Press, LLC

About the book

Some Very Messy Medieval Magic is the third book in The Adventures of Pete and Weasel. Alligators Overhead was the first and The Great Timelock Disaster the second. Instead of writing a tagline to explain what this series is about, here’s the trailer that sums of the three books very quickly.

Where to buy

All Lee’s books are available online. 
 
Some Very Messy Medieval Magic is available at these locations. 
 
AMAZON . B&N . KOBO  . SMASHWORDS . YABC 
Print ISBN 9781939844460 / EBook ISBN 9781939844477
Order through Ingram, Follett, or from the publisher
EBook available in all formats 

Cool Extras

Lee’s publisher has created a library request letter that I’m including. If you want to check out the book, rather than buy a copy, this is one way to make that possible.

Jacqui Murray is the author of the popular Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy, the Rowe-Delamagente thrillers, and the upcoming Born in a Treacherous Time, part of her new historical fiction collection, Man vs. Nature. She is also the author/editor of over a hundred books on integrating tech into education, adjunct professor of technology in education, webmaster for four blogs, an Amazon Vine Voice book reviewer,  a columnist for TeachHUB, monthly contributor to Today’s Author and a freelance journalist on tech ed topics. You can find her books at her publisher’s website, Structured Learning.

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23 thoughts on “Some Very Messy Medieval Magic — Now Available!

  1. Oh wow, this video is so good. I am totally interested. I’m on a strict diet of mysteries and thrillers right now, but there will come a time when I’m going to want to get into some MG, and these sound terrific!

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    • That trailer is effective, innit? I know what you mean about the strict diet. I did the same as I was writing my last thriller. I needed to stay in the mood–the quickness, bigger-than-life, action orientation. Enjoy it, Raimey!

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  2. Hi Jacqui – I’m sure Lee’s book is full of wonderful descriptions of Pete and Weasel working out how the magic works, especially the medieval ‘recipes’! Good luck to her – and love the idea of the Library card … makes sense – cheers Hilary

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  3. Hi Jacqui,
    While Medieval Magic is not my kind of book, your review is definitely my kind of review. I appreciate the clean, organized way you told us about the book. The trailer and the library letter are both great ideas. Are you planning to have these for Born in a Treacherous Time? (If you already have them and I missed them, apologies.)

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    • Actually, I got all of this from Lee. She’s the genius. I am inspired by the trailer but I know from experience they aren’t as easy as this makes it look. I’ve tried a few (taught my students to make them) but will hold off!

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    • I love my ebooks. The only downside is the glare on my phone screen. I haven’t invested in a Kindle so read with the Kindle app on my phone. It glares back at me and the phone gets hot pretty darn quickly! Small price to pay.

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