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MAGIC – Inaccurate Realities #3 Cover Reveal and Giveaway

Posted by on April 25, 2014

I love the idea of a magazine solely for YA. When the people behind Inaccurate ReaLITies contacted me regarding a cover reveal for their third magazine, Magic, I had to say yes. Read on!

Witches and wizards, magic spells and potions. Incantations, ceremonies and rituals. The stories in this collection explore that which cannot be explained – the mysterious, the bizarre and the magical.


“Cupid’s Magic” by MK McFadden “The Black Forest” by Kasidy Manisco “The Killing Jar” by Jan Eldredge “Grieftaker” by T. Eric Bakutis “The Paper Doll” by Nancy O’Toole and “Defining Justice: A prequel to Threats of Sea and Sky” by Jennifer Ellision

As well as interviews with Jessica Spotswood, Michelle Krys and Danielle L Jensen and reviews of Half Bad by Sally Green, The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski and Born of Deception by Teri Brown.

Inaccurate Realities is a literary magazine for young adults and the young at heart. Our focus at Inaccurate Realities is on speculative fiction, in all its forms. Inaccurate Realities is run by a quartet of fiction loving Canadians – Christa, Sara, Andrea & Danielle, who all work in various arenas of the publishing industry. You can also find them at More Than Just Magic, Geek Girl’s Book Blog, Cozy Up with a Good Read and Bookish Notions (respectively).

And now for the cover! What do you think?


Find Inaccurate Realities
On Amazon: Issue 1 | Issue 2 | Issue 3 (coming soon)

And now for the giveaway! Inaccurate Realities was kind enough to donate a copy of MAGIC to one lucky US/Canada winner! Just fill out the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!

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  1. I find the cover very magical and beautiful, something very complex on the girl’s face and I can’t really tell what emotions she is feeling. Thanks for the chance!

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