"There was nothing in the world so improper as magic. That was why I loved it so much..."
Magic may be the greatest scandal in Regency England. But that's not going to stop Kat Stephenson when there are highwaymen to foil, sinister aristocrats to defeat...and true loves to capture for her two older sisters.
Book One is out now in the US and Canada as Kat, Incorrigible and in the UK as A Most Improper Magick.
Book Two is out now in the US and Canada as Renegade Magic and in the UK as A Tangle of Magicks.
Book Three is out now in the US and Canada as Stolen Magic and in the UK as A Reckless Magick.
"Dueling Magics": A Kat short story of sisterly rivalry and magic!
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Renegade Magic came out in paperback in the US and Canada on March 5, 2013! In celebration, I've put up my Kat short story "Dueling Magics" (set just a few weeks before the beginning of Renegade Magic!) as a free NOOK ebook on B&N, a free Kindle ebook on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk, a free UK Nookbook, and a free ebook (in all formats) on Smashwords.
As Elissa's wedding approaches, Kat and Angeline engage in a magical battle of wits, Frederick Carlyle gets swept into the crossfire - and the whole story was enormously fun to write. I hope it puts you in the perfect mood for Renegade Magic...or the perfect mood to re-read it, knowing now what came just beforehand! :)
The ebook of "Dueling Magics" is also up on all the international branches of Amazon. Alas, not every branch has made it free - but it is set at the very minimum price level. And of course you can get a free e-copy on Smashwords no matter where in the world you live! I hope you enjoy seeing what Kat was up to in-between the first two books - and most of all, I hope you enjoy Renegade Magic in paperback!
"Patrick: "There ought to be a special gift to give to someone who's completed a trilogy. A specific kind of gem." Me: "OMG, YES!" If only..." @stephanieburgis
"Stephanie Burgis wishes she hadn't already eaten her daily ration of dark chocolate...sigh!"
"Poor me, abandoned in a bookstore with nothing to do but read and eat...oh, who am I trying to kid? I was in heaven. I drank tea, ate chocolate, read a whole book, read another..."
"I adored all the characters, really enjoyed the period feel to it, and laughed an awful lot. (on Wishing for Tomorrow, by Hilary McKay)"
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