A Sense of Magick

A Sense of Magick is available online!

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A Sense of Magick is finally available everywhere. Get a Kindle or Nook copy for just 99 cents or a real-world version on Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Remember, every copy you buy gets me closer to quitting my job so I can finish the series before Emerson is 40. 🙂   Links: Kindle, Nook, […]

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Almost here!

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I’m just putting the final touches on A Sense of Magick and expect it to be available in the next few days. I’ll post when it’s available. Thanks to everyone for their interest and support during the long cycle of getting this book into print. And special thanks to Emerson for being the inspiration that […]

A Sense of Magick

Health issues step aside and an excerpt…

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I know, I know. It’s been months since my last post. Unfortunately, health issues have a way of pushing everything else aside for a while. But, if you persevere and do what the doctors and physical therapists (thanks Ashley and Allison!) tell you to do, eventually you get to push back. It’s been six months […]

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…and again.

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Last time I was able to blog here was over a year ago. (Insert frowny emoji here.) Worse, the content of that entry was being happy that I was back from a distraction that took me away from The Other Realms for a while and I was ready to focus on it again. The good […]

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I’m back!

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So life happened and I found I needed to take a little time off of my Jordan books to work on another project. (More on that at davidburgett.com) But, I’ve missed Ally and Lucy and Raymund. They’ve been calling out to me and I just let them all know that I’ve come back to Ouverture […]

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A great Writers Conference!

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Yesterday I attended the 2017 Kansas City Writing Workshop. It was great! Marisa Corvisiero was the main speaker, and I enjoyed listening to her talk. She was energetic, friendly, and enthusiastic. Her instruction rambled a bit from as she directed her speech at once squirrel after another, but much of that was audience-driven. The members […]