Author: J. C. Whyte
Release Date: June 2013
Publisher: Muse It Up Publishing
Genre: Middle Fantasy
What an AMAZINGLY FUN story!
EVERYONE needs to read it!
Full of FUN, FANTASY, and FANTASTIC REVENGE on a bully!
Fun for ALL ages!
What would bullies do if every prank they pulled came around like a boomerang?
That is exactly what happens to Sully and his gang.
If they hit someone in the face then something ends up hitting them in their face.
If they make someone's lunch tray drop and splatter then something happens and their lunch tray drops from their hands and splatters all over them.
WHO or WHAT could be causing all of this?
It is "the one" who has been sent to "restore balance" before something dreadfully awful happens...And his name is KARMACK!
LOVED this story!
What goes around, comes around...
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10 FUN things to know about the Author
1.) I'm a vegetarian who hates most vegetables
2.) Yet I love mashed potatoes and would live exclusively on them if potatoes weren't so high in calories
3.) I've always loved to write, but for the first half of my life didn't much care for reading (now I do!)
4.) I write fiction, but usually read non-fiction (go figure)
5.) I have two sons although I prayed for a daughter during each pregnancy -- but now I have a granddaughter (yay!)
6.) My first career was in hospital public relations, even though I don't believe in visiting doctors on a regular basis (blah!)
7.) I also used to be a travel agent who seldom traveled; lost that career due to 9-11
8.) I graduated from law school and passed the Bar at age 56, but didn't practice law for more than a few years
9.) I'm a dyed-in-the-wool feminist and insisted on keeping my maiden name; no worries -- I just celebrated my 40th wedding anniversary
10.) As you can see from this list, my husband is a saint for putting up with all my contrariness!
Other interesting things About the Author
J.C. Whyte discovered her love for writing at the age of eleven when her 6th grade teacher told the class to write a poem about a sport. She knew her classmates would probably choose a popular sport like baseball or football, so J.C. chose to write a funny poem about golf. To her surprise, the teacher really loved it and encouraged J.C. to continue writing. So she did.
Then that summer, students were told to choose 26 books from a reading list, read them and write a book report on each. BLAH! J.C. wanted to enjoy her summer, not spend it reading. Back then, she was a very slow reader and didn’t much enjoy the experience. Plus, kids didn’t have the fun books which are available today. But her wise teacher told J.C. she could write 26 stories instead of reading them. That was genius. J.C. didn’t actually write a full 26 stories, but she wrote at least one which made her teacher laugh out loud in class. And the teacher gave her an “A” on her summer reading assignment. J.C. never forgot that wise and wonderful teacher who let the budding author play to her strengths.
So as a result, J.C. knew at an early age she wanted to become a professional writer. Yet when she reached college, she also understood that writing stories seldom paid the bills. So she got her degrees in Journalism and Communications Management. Then for many years she channeled her creative energies into the field of Public Relations.
Marriage, kids, and several more degrees and occupations later (including stints as a travel agent and paralegal), J.C. entered law school – mostly because of the challenge of writing creative arguments for the court. But while in law school, she became a columnist for the student newsletter, writing humorous pieces on the strange and quirky life of a law student. She was thrilled when one of these articles was chosen for publication in The National Jurist, a magazine distributed to law students throughout the USA.
But after graduating and passing the Bar, J.C. realized within a few years that creative writing was still what made her heart sing. So now, as a grandma, she’s returned to writing for children. And with the publication of Karmack, J.C. has come full circle, back to where her writing journey truly began.
(A review copy was provided for this review. However, all reviews are of my own opinion :)