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Review: Wizard Tales Vol 1 – 3 by Red Tash

The Wizard Tales Vol I-III by Red Tash
Series: The Wizard Tales #1-3
Genre: Fantasy | Short Stories
Length: 100 pages
Published on 27th April 2013 by Red Tash Books
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | TBD
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Purchased for myself from Waterstones

Synopsis:
Who doesn’t love a wizard?

All three Wizard Tales and two bonus stories featuring the Wizard or his apprentice, Lucian. Get caught up on this wild old man’s wizarding journey before the next Tale.

The Wizard Takes a Holiday is a flash fiction humorous rural fantasy of about 1500 words.

The Wizard Takes a Fitness Class: A wandering wizard with regrets on his mind finds himself in a dance-off against an old enemy. About 5600 words

Lucian’s First Trick is the story of a young man’s last night in the childhood realm of his mundane life. Sometimes when you say β€œTrick or Treat,” you get what you ask for. Originally published in Sirens Call Issue #5, October 2012. Approximately 3500 words.

The Wizard Takes the Cake: The mysterious Wizard takes a student as his β€œ+1” to the wedding of an old friend in this episode of the Wizard Tales, the longest yet. About 10,000 words

A Laurents County Landfill Christmas: The Wizard bookends this fantastical tale from ruralfab Indiana. Starring the characters of Troll Or Derby. Originally published as part of the Let It Snow! Season’s Readings for a Super-Cool Yule collection. About 6500 words

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