Every high school has its cliques–egg-heads, jocks … mages.For generations, the school district divided students by mental, physical, and magical abilities, but Kincaid Riley, a senior at Magian High leads the charge for full desegregation. He knows that mixing everyone together is controversial, but they can all learn from each other, right?Amity Griffin would have been valedictorian of Wiser High, the high school dedicated to the brightest of the bright, but instead she’s a newbie at Magian High, learning the ropes of magic management. She’s lost her status, and as far as she can tell, her academic future. If Kincaid, Amity, and their classmates can’t overcome their differences, more than grades will suffer. The bullies don’t throw insults, they throw fireballs. Even some adults want the new system to fail, and they’re not above taking out a few kids to get their way.
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Lia London was born in Oregon, then traveled the U.S. and Europe as an army brat. She earned two degrees from Western Oregon University. Upon graduation, she served for 18 months as a missionary in Guatemala, teaching cholera prevention, literacy, and gospel messages. She worked as a high school teacher and ESL instructor for college students for a few years before becoming a home schooling mom and launching her writing career.
London currently teaches a children’s Sunday School class at her church. She volunteers in a martial arts studio and is working towards her 2nd degree black belt. She also is the founder and chief administrator of a network called Clean Indie Reads, an organization of over 3600 authors, illustrators, and marketing specialists who work in the independent publishing industry. She loves milk chocolate, extra-cheesy pizza, and cuddling with her cute dog to watch StarTrek TNG episodes on Amazon Prime.