Hey, everyone –
It’s finally here: the Interns of Magic Engineering book 1, A Master of Magical Machinery, is now available on Amazon. This book contains all the action and hilarity I could possibly jam into a single book. It’s wall-to-wall madness.
At the risk of sounding cheesy, I hope it makes you smile. That’s really the point of this series. Probably I should have loftier goals like world peace or eradicating diseases or making McDonald’s fries not suck, but those are too big to get my arms around. Putting a smile in your heart is just as good, at least for me. So, I hope you enjoy it.
It’s currently available on Amazon as an ebook and in Kindle Unlimited. When the trilogy is finished next year, I’ll release the collection as a paperback. You can go right now and grab a copy here: Gimme A Master of Magical Machinery!
The interview from hell.
Charlie Temple needs a reset. After spending the last fifteen years in a dreadful dead-end job, she’s getting a degree in Magic Engineering Technology—and a new career inventing extraordinary magical gadgets for the everyday mage. But life isn’t cheap, and her plan only works if she can score a paid internship at a famous yet secretive magic tech company.
Thanks to an administrative mixup, Charlie fails the interview. Spectacularly. But before her fate is determined, the building is stormed by mercenary mages and everyone is taken hostage—
Except for Charlie and three other intern candidates who get missed in the roundup.
The mages want access to the company’s Vault. Few people know the Vault exists, and even fewer know what it contains. There’s only one employee badge with clearance to reach the Vault, and Charlie just found it.
Charlie and her team of wannabe interns are the hostages’ only hope.
They’re trapped deep inside a building packed with strange magic and hidden dangers. The only exit is guarded. The only Batphone is hidden. The emergency map requires a PhD in origami. The company’s sentient vending machine is stalking them…
And the guy barricaded in the server room just gave away their location.
For action, comedy, hijinks, magical gadgets, and deranged vending machine robots, join Charlie Temple on her first wild adventure.
When you’re done, I’d love to hear your thoughts about the story. I read every review. Your feedback is always appreciated.