Thursday, October 27, 2016

MAGIC & MAYHEM ...a Kindle World

WELCOME to ROBYN PETERMAN's
MAGIC & MAYHEM Kindle World
What's a Kindle World? 
In Robyn's own words...

It’s basically fan fiction written by some amazing authors that I stalked and blackmailed! KIDDING! I was lucky and blessed to have some brilliant authors say yes! They have written brand new stories using my world and some of my characters. And let me tell you…the results are hilarious!
xoxo Robyn
There's nothing normal about Zelda, a witch whose job is to control the forces of Magic and Mayhem, and use her power for healing. But some say she creates the mayhem part, and maybe they're somewhat right. After spending nine months in the witch pokey for using her powers irresponsibly, Zelda is out on magical parole. Ready to dump the orange jumpsuit, she sets off on her latest mission: avenge the death of her Aunt Hildy, maintain the magical balance, and take over as the Shifter Whisperer. 

This all turns out to be far easier said than done, though. While healing the idiotic and violence prone proves both painful and wildly rewarding, Zelda must also contend with the hotter than hot Werewolf King, Mac, who's convinced Zelda is his mate. As Zelda chases her happily ever after, she tries to help tons of wonderfully warped characters who need all the fixing they can get. Are you up for the bewitching challenge? There's enough Magic and Mayhem here for everyone to join Zelda in her crazy world.

The next installment to Magic & Mayhem is available for $1.99 each. Here's a peek at the new stories and their authors. I asked the authors what was the favorite Magical & favorite Mayhem element of their story?

SUSAN STOKER 
Protecting Alabama's Kids
SEAL of Protection Book 9

Favorite Magical element of your story: Talking cats

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: 2 drug dealers, 3 kids, 6 Navy SEALs, 3 cats, and bullets that magically bounce off harmlessly


Describe your story in five words: Loving family fosters troubled boy







TERESA J. REASOR
Have Wand, Will Travel

Favorite Magical element of your story: My soul sucking wand. He has a personality.

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: Zaira’s familiar, Cerbie. He’s a distant relative of Cerberus the dog that guarded the gates of hell. I think he has all the characteristics of his ancestor and a wicked irreverent sense of humor.

Describe your story in five words: Laugh-out-loud sexy fun.



JULIA MILLS
Heidi: A 'Not-Quite' Hellhound Love Story
The 'Not-Quite' Love Story Series Book 5

Favorite Magical element of your story: The characters trip back to Hell via the Lady Bug Express and Trixie's unconventional magic!

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: Heidi and Hunter 'caught in the act' by Auntie Matilda - the farting, burping yente in a fluorescent orange muumuu with curlers in her hair and an answer for everything.

Describe your story in five words: Irreverent, magical mayhem and mischief!

H.M. McQUEEN
Reality Shift
Southern Shift Book 2

Favorite Magical element of your story: In Reality Shift, my favorite magical moment is when Jill agrees to go out with her ex against her better judgement.  The chemistry between them is off the charts. Jill hopes for a commitment from the hunky vampire, I know all the readers will too.

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: The pack run becomes a hot mess and my favorite mayhem moment. When Jill forgets to take off her blouse and trips while shifting, a panther shifter runs after her and is chased up a tree by a pack of wolves.  Meanwhile, a vampire rushes in to try to save the panther, but ends up being bitten in the butt by a wolf and chased off.  Jill, the panther and the vampire end up having to explain what they were doing to the pack leaders.

Describe your story in five words: Rabbit, Vamp, Camera, Sex and Kidnapped

DONNA McDONALD
To Yaga or Not to Yaga
Baba Yaga Saga Book 3

Favorite Magical element of your story: Love is, and has always been, the greatest source of magic.

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: Carol and Hildy go to fight demons, but end up fighting a third Baba Yaga witch who has gone over to the dark side.

Describe your story in five words: To Baba Yaga… or not.




CHERIE MARKS
Wicked Is As Wicked Does

Favorite Magical element of your story: I loved how my badass heroine, Evie, was a big sap when it came to her magical familiar, a cat named Clooney! Named after Nick, not George, surprisingly. 

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: Oh, so many! Probably when Evie meets some of the shifters and Fat Bastard. She's not quite sure what to make of them, but it was so fun to write that scene.

Describe your story in five words: Always love who you are!


RENEE GEORGE
Witchin' Impossible 2: Rogue Coven
Witchin' Impossible Mysteries

Favorite Magical element of your story: My favorite magical element in Rogue Coven is when my main character Haze Kinsey tries to heat her cup of coffee with a little magic, and she ends up burning a hole through the granite topped center island, the floor of the house, and possibly right through the earth’s core. I’m almost certain there’s a few Chinese citizens with burnt toesies right now.

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: Clowns.

Describe your story in five words: Hocuspocus, high-jinks, BFF-banter,  schmatlzy-smooshing, and daring-action. (Some of my best magic was turning ten words into five).

SARANNA DeWYLDE
Risky Witchness

Favorite Magical element of your story: All of it? I can't pick one magical element. It's all wild and I had such a great time writing this. *whispers* Okay, I lied. It's the insta-orgasm powers my demon has at the snap of his fingers after he gets his power back. 

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: This one was much easier. Shifter strippers. I mean, can you imagine a giant bear shaking his cakes on a pole?

Describe your story in five words: A nutball, sexy good time.


CLAUDY CONN
Witchin' Hard

Favorite Magical element of your story: I love mind-linking between the characters. I suppose because when hubby walks into the kitchen with muddy boots, I am hoping he can hear what I didn't say. 

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: Fat Bastard. I can just picture him strut his stuff.

Describe your story in five words: Sexy, funny, tricky, witchy--oh and did I say sexy?





BARBRA ANNINO
Witches Be Crazy
Stacy Justice Magical Mysteries Book 0


Favorite Magical element of your story: The notion of New Magic vs. Old Magic and how the two should never be mixed. 

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: Three fat cats sitting on a porch drinking beer and gambling. The animals in the Stacy Justice world aren't humanized to that degree. 

Describe your story in five words: The worst road trip ever. 



ISABEL MICHEALS
Witch N' Fire

Favorite Magical element of your story: Zara can freeze people.

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: Boba Fett, Jango Fett and Fat Bastard can deflect magic and turn it back on the evil person.

Describe your story in five words:
Sarcastic. Intense. Chaotic. Humorous. Adventurous






DEANNA CHASE
Witch, Please
Ida May Chronicles Book 2


Favorite Magical element of your story: Ghost is brought back to life.

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: Heroine is summoned to Assjacket...naked.

Describe your story in five words: Fun, sexy, sweet, ridiculous, sassy.






HEATHER LONG
The Witch Singer
Witches of Mane Street Book 1


Favorite Magical element of your story: The fact that Bridget has to sing her spells.

Favorite Mayhem element of your story: The fact that Martin has a nervous tick as a skunk—he sprays people.

Describe your story in five words: A musical unlocks true love. 





You can begin reading the Magic & Mayhem world today. Be sure to start with Robyn's original stories. Then check out these other amazing authors: 
Michele BardsleyEliza GayleRose Pressey
Melanie JamesKris CalvertRenea Mason
Lori RyanMelinda DuChamp

THE SWITCHING HOUR (book one) is currently free for Kindle

HAVE YOU READ or PARTICIPATED IN A KINDLE WORLD?

1 comment:

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