In this second book in the Mortal Realm Witch series, you will once again enter the world of magic. Come enjoy more adventures with DWW as her new life in the Other Realm begins, bringing with it more and often bigger challenges.
Other characters from Book One return including Sampson whose story will continue, and new characters’ stories will begin. You will meet Turtle, a young witch living in the Mortal Realm, whose adventures will help continue the main story. DWW will be there to help Turtle learn about her powers and teach you even more about magic. And a big threat to all witches will be discovered!
All the stories you will read lead up to one big event–possibly the biggest event in all witch/mortal history! To find out what will happen, open this book, start reading, and enjoy the magic and adventure!
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At this time the best advice I can give is that writers should always write the story they want to regardless of what other people say because if they don’t it won’t be their story anymore but someone else’s.
Jennifer Priester has written over 200 stories focusing on the subjects of animals, the relationship between humans and animals, as well as the supernatural, such as witches, superheroes, animal psychics, magical creatures, and more. Often times she writes from the point of view of her characters. Mortal Realm Witch: Learning About Magic is her first published book, and is the first of a series of uniquely written books. Most of the stories Jennifer writes are fiction but she is working on some nonfiction as well. Her fiction works range from short story collections, chapter books, and books that fall into the range of both, such as her first book, to comic books and second person stories. Jennifer is inspired by her pets and many other animals, both domestic and wild, as well. These animals often become characters in her stories. She owns and has owned several pets, many of which have been rescues, and are the ones that often inspire her the most. All of her fiction books are written to be “all age” books, meaning that kids and adults can read and will find her books enjoyable.