Monday, October 27, 2014

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As a category six wizard in her eighties, Josephine O’Connor has always enjoyed a youthful body due to extremely slow aging. But when she discovers she’s become immortal, she must return to the workforce. Soon after starting her investigative work for the police, Josephine discovers a secret organization called the Valituras that has amassed ancient magic and power with single-minded determination. Her new assignment of defeating this agency may prove to be an impossible feat as their members have infiltrated all levels of the government including law enforcement and their advanced wizardry rivals her own.

Josephine realizes she may be in over her head when the Valituras end up casting an immortality curse on her best friend, Helen, by mistake. To further complicate matters, her grandson’s eighteen-year-old friend starts hitting on her. Fortunately, Helen isn’t too broken up by the curse. Who wouldn’t want to live forever in a young, perfect body? Of course, everyone knows that dark magic always comes at a cost.

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About the Author:

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John O'Riley has been writing as far back as he can remember. He is an award-winning fiction writer and the author of the Grumpy Old Wizards series, The Winters Family Psi Chronicles series, and the Wizards of Seattle series. His movie feature screenplay, Cursed, is an Honorable Mention Winner for the 2012 Screenplay Festival. His most recent accomplishments include the screenplays New Earth, Pinky Swear, and Mutant Wizards in the 2014 Filmmakers International Screenplay Awards, which made it to Quarter-Finalist status. Other recognition includes the screenplays Cursed, Project Pandora, Pinky Swear, Incipio, and Bad Sister, which have been listed as Quarter Finalists, Semi Finalists, and Top Finalists in the 2013 Filmmakers International Screenplay Awards, 2012 Screenplay Festival, 2012 Filmmakers International Screenplay Awards, 2012 StoryPros International Awards, 2012 Pulsar Sci Fi Screenplay Contest, and the 2012 Reel Authors International Breakout.

John was raised in Washington state. He has a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and French, and he has worked in a variety of bookstores, including Borders. He was the manager for one of the bookstores in Florida owned by Goodwill.

He loves reading fantasy, science fiction, and humorous fiction. Some of his favorite authors include Kim Harrison, Jim Butcher, S.J. Viehl, Kat Richardson, J.K. Rowling, Angie Sage, Jayne Krentz, and Kevin Emerson. He currently resides in Washington state and owns a parakeet named Amy who sings like a canary to help encourage and inspire him.

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20 comments:

  1. Samantha from Bewitched is my favorite witch

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  2. My favorite is Glinda, the Good Witch of the South from the Wizard of Oz

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  3. Glenda/Glinda I can't remember how to spell it.

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  4. I liked all the little witches in the movie "The Craft" because they actually made some reference to Wicca and were full of human failings and teen angst.

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  5. Glenda the god witch is my favorite Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  6. Only one I can think of in Sabrina?? My mother was extremely strict in regards to what we could watch or listen to. We didn't even have a TV for many years and then we had no channels, just the VCR. So in short, witches, magic, wizards, etc. were forbidden...even shows like My Little Pony or the Carebears were a NO in our home due to their magical aspects! Very sheltered from that genre. abrennan09@hotmail.com

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  7. My favorite fictional witch is Wendy from Casper!

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  8. My favorite witch is Samantha from Bewitched.

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  9. This question is so difficult. Maybe Sarah from Hocus Pocus?

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  10. I loved Hilda Spellman (played by Caroline Rhea) from Sabrina the Teenage Witch Series growing up. That would be my favorite fictional witch.

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  11. Glenda the Good Witch, of course!!

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  12. I like Samantha Stephens on Bewitched!

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  13. I would say Samantha from Bewitched and also her mother!

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  14. That's a creative and hard question! I would have to say Glenda the Good Witch.

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  15. That would be Samantha from Bewitched. I have the dvds! I love that show.

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  16. CONNIE SOWARDS commenting: I liked all three witches from Hocus Pocus.

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  17. Samantha from Bewitched. Loved her. =)

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