We used the concept of an old spellbook for our design inspiration for The Rite of Wands. The wand used on the cover is the actual wand from the book, which the author had designed by the magical people at Magical Alley.
Available in trade softcover & eBook March 10, 2017
About the Book:
The Rite of Wands is a ritual, which tests the essence of its aspirant to determine if they are fated to become a witch or warlock. However, even if he or she should succeed in receiving their magical gift, it is not guaranteed. Ten year-old Mierta McKinnon sees something no one should during his Rite of Wands. He is tasked with something that seems impossible to complete. Can he succeed in changing his future or is it already too late?
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