For a long time DWW has had a dream to bring peace between witches and mortals by uniting the Other Realm and the Mortal Realm. After many years DWW is finally ready to attempt this. To accomplish her goals DWW will need some help from characters from Books One and Two including: Alaska and her warlock, Ally and Air Raid, Taron, Turtle, Sam, Star, and Max, who will also get assigned unique missions to carry out. A black panther familiar, Brad, also helps out. His mission will take him to the home of young animal psychics Nick and Alex. Will everyone’s mission be successful? Also during this adventure, DWW will discover new and surprising facts about the events leading up to her becoming the Head of the Witches Council as well as form a new friendship with an old enemy. Everything in this book will lead up to one big event…the unification of the Realms, but are witches and mortals as ready for this as DWW believes them to be? This Third Book in the Mortal Realm Witch Series features one full length adventure that will set into place events that will lead up to the final three and most action packed books in the main Series!
Targeted Age Group:: 8 and up
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Many of the character were inspired by the Sabrina the Teenage Witch TV show and book series. The plot/theme of uniting the Realms and changing mortals prejudices against witches was inspired by the movie Halloweentown High.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The character from this book were inspired by the following:
The witch, DWW was inspired by Sabrina the Teenage Witch and my own imaginary world in which I had magical powers.
Max the Chocolate Labrador Retriever was most likely inspired by my wanting a friendlier and more relaxed dog than what I currently owned.
The Mystical Chi was based off my Chihuahua, Taco who is always being called a cute little dog whenever he goes somewhere with me.
The Spotted Retriever was inspired by the fact that I want an agility dog.
The Starlight Rabbit was inspired by bunnies I have owned.
The other Other Realm Creatures, the Bull Cat, the Fennec Pooch, and the Mysterious Mastiff, were inspired by drawings I created and began imagining what they would be like if they were real creatures.
The Young Animal Psychics, Nick and Alex actually were inspired both by a special moment that was shared between myself and a favorite horse, the animal psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick and the book: Is Your Pet Psychic.
Star, the Jack Russell Terrier and the other Jack Russell, Splash, were both simply inspired by my love of the breed which stemmed from the Wishbone TV show and books.
Minnie, the Russian Blue cat was inspired by Ben M. Baglio’s one story in the Pet Finder’s Club series which revolved around a Russian Blue cat.
The Poodle, Mel, was inspired by my Toy Poodle, CeJaye after his death. Before this, during his life I had made some Poodle villains but never made a friendly one. This was my first time writing about a Poodle as a good dog.
The rest of the characters, Estrella the black cat, Casper the Munchkin cat, Sandy the Cocker Spaniel, Brad the Black Panther, Air Raid the dragon, Ally the witch, Sam the witch, Turtle the witch, Taron the wizard, Alaska the calico cat and her warlock along with the rest of the characters I’m really not sure where they came from.
When Turtle, Sam, and Star arrived, DWW said, “You three are going to be sent into the past to do something that you all should be good at.”
“What’s that?” Turtle asked.
“Solving problems,” DWW replied. “You will be sent to the homes of three large families. Each one is in a fight about something and need to find a solution to their problems. Your job is to decide what that solution will be.”
“How’s that going to help unite the Realms?” Turtle asked.
“For once you will be expected to use magic for each of your solutions. Exactly how you use the magic will be up to you,” DWW replied.
“Come on, let’s go already!” Star exclaimed impatiently.
“In a minute,” Turtle told Star. Then she asked DWW, “So I can use magic however I want?”
“Yes,” DWW replied.
“So, what are Sam and Star’s jobs in this?” Turtle asked.
“Yeah, are the homes infested with pests that they need me to chase out?” Star asked hopefully.
Sam gave Star a look to tell him to be quiet. Star in return looked at Sam with a large doggy grin.
Ignoring Star, DWW replied, “Whatever you decide their jobs are.”
“What do you mean?” Turtle asked.
“In this mission you are in charge. Sam and Star can do whatever you want them to do or nothing if that is what you want,” DWW explained.
“Can we go now?” Star asked impatiently.
“Star, quiet,” Sam said.
“Yes, I think we can go now,” Turtle said responding to Star’s impatience.
“So then you have no more questions or anything?” DWW asked.
“No,” Turtle replied. “Do you guys?”
“No,” Sam said.
“No, let’s go!” Star answered impatiently.
“Then let’s go!” Turtle exclaimed as DWW sent the three to the first house.
Turtle knocked on the door. When it opened a woman holding a baby was standing there.
“Are you here to help us solve our problem?” she asked.
“Yes,” Turtle replied.
“Then come in,” the woman said leading them into the house.
Upon entering Turtle noticed three kids with a black Standard Poodle. The kids were all handing onto the dog who didn’t look very comfortable.
“This is where the problem is,” the woman said as they entered the room with the kids and dog.
The dog wagged his tail upon seeing them, but at the same time was looking at them pleadingly. Star immediately tried to go over and make friends with the kids and dog, but Sam stopped him.
“So what exactly is the problem?” Turtle asked. As she said this a younger woman entered the room.
“I’m the problem,” she said.
About the Author:
I am an author and an artist. I love animals and have a Chihuahua whose name is Taco, a Mini Rex rabbit named Kojikaki and an almost 12 year old goldfish whose name is Pumpkin. I have adopted most of my animals from rescue centers and plan on continuing to do so. Sometime in the near future I also hope to be a rabbit and guinea pig foster.
Some things I enjoy doing include taking my dog for bike rides, spending time outdoors in the warm weather, taking photos of animals, horseback riding, reading, listening to music, watching TV and movies, and playing video games.
Currently I have written over 200 stories in the areas of animals, the relationships between humans and animals, magic, superheroes and more. I have also contributed two stories to the Read for Animals Anthology #2 in which all profits go to help animals.
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