The Source of Magic #1 by Troy Clem
Transport yourself to ancient times. Back when the best mode of transportation were horse drawn carriages. When kings really ruled with iron fists and armies where called the Royal Guards.
That’s the setting our protagonist Theo finds himself in. He’s an orphan, a ward of the king of the Empire of Drasque. A curious twelve year old, he wants to know what the world outside the Rigol palace walls has to offer. When his carer Losik leaves for Ironhead he stows himself away in a trunk.
A Spell of Murder by Kennedy Kerr
Temerity Love and her sister Tilda live in the small village of Lost Maidens Loch. Temerity is the owner of Love’s Curiosities Inc, a small little shop full of oddities. There is something strange about the sisters though, they aren’t like your ordinary siblings. Temerity is not only an antiques expert, she has a rare magical gift to be able to find lost things and learn their stories. Experts the world over know where to find her to enlist her help. At the same time, her sister Tilda, a rare books dealer, has some powers of her own. She is known as the village herbalist and witch. And, as any good witch does, they have cats and a large blue parrot. What’s a witch to do without them?!
The Perfect Sister by Sheryl Browne
Imagine you uproot your family to move into your father’s
house to take care of him. Living with a parent or your in-laws can be stressful
enough but add the pressure of looking after a sick relative and that would be
enough to test any relationship.
Screamcatcher – Web World by Christy J. Breedlove
Publisher: Fire & Ice Young Adult Books
Have you ever had a nightmare? A reoccurring nightmare? They
are the worst! Our protagonist Jory Pike knows all about it. After her parents’
death she keeps having nightmares. She doesn’t believe in old Indian lore even
though she’s half Chippewa, but she is willing to try anything to get rid of
the nightmares. Even using a dream catcher.