Monday, May 28, 2018

Some Very Messy Medieval Magic: A New Magical Middlegrade Tale by Blog Legend C. Lee McKenzie!


Hey, everyone! I've been away for a LONG while, but this post isn't about me. A great friend and blogging legend has recently released her new book, but shortly thereafter lost her husband to a cardiac event. I feel this is the least I can do while she takes time off the interwebs. Please check out her website and other works as well!

Some Very Messy Medieval Magic by C. Lee McKenzie

Pete and his friend Weasel thought they’d closed the Time Lock. But a young page from medieval times, Peter of Bramwell, goes missing. His absence during a critical moment will forever alter history unless he’s found. There’s only one solution - fledgling wizard Pete must take the page’s place.

Accompanied by Weasel and Fanon, Pete’s alligator familiar, they travel to 1173 England. But what if the page remains lost - will Pete know what to do when the critical moment arrives? Toss in a grumpy Fanon, the duke’s curious niece, a talking horse and the Circle of Stones, Pete realizes he’s in over his wizard head yet again...


C. Lee McKenzie has a background in Linguistics and Inter-Cultural Communication, but these days her greatest passion is writing for young readers. When she’s not writing she’s hiking or traveling or practicing yoga or asking a lot questions about things she still doesn’t understand. http://cleemckenziebooks.com

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Thanks, everyone! Hope your Memorial Day is a good one. Sorry for my absence. I'll post again in June with a much needed update.

13 comments:

  1. That's sad. I hope at least she gets some sales, not that it will really help that much.

    BTW, the Amazon link goes to iTunes.

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  2. Very sad what happened to Lee. Everyone is really helping her though.

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  3. Hi David - it's good to see you ... though such sad news for Lee with the loss of her husband. I do hope her book will do well ... though for now she has more difficult things to deal with - I feel for her ... good to see you and then see you next month - cheers Hilary

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  4. Thank you so much for helping Lee spread the word. She is blown away by all of the support.

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  5. I am glad she is getting lots of support and nice to see you in the blogosphere David.

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  6. Blessed Memorial Day to you, and thanks for the review of what sounds like a fabulous read!

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  7. To you, David, and all my friends many many thank you's. I can't tell you how much your support at this time has meant to me, and it will never be forgotten.

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  8. Hello Sir David.... Great to see you back...

    Lee.... your new adventure book sounds amazing. As I had stated before on other's post... I love the premise and the cover. I know it will be an adventure worth experiencing.

    Our hearts, hugs, and prayers go out to at this sad time. You are loved dear Lee!

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  9. Lee, I'm so sorry for you loss. And I agree with Michael (above). This book sounds like a must read so I'll put it on my list.

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  10. Love Lee's work:) I promoted her book last week too:)

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  11. So tragic about C. Lee. :( That's awesome of you to help promote her book like this!

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