The Geek’s Guide to Magic Mastery

Megan O’Russell

Adolescent and young adult

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November 11, 2022

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November 11, 2022


Not all wizards are born to be heroes.
Things you shouldn’t do when you find out you’re a wizard:
#1 Don’t destroy your apartment with magical fire. You will NOT get your security deposit back.
#2 Don’t form an alliance with the guy who is trying to assassinate you. This will end badly.
#3 Don’t drag the girl you’re desperately in love with into your wizard mess. You risk her seeing you fail miserably.
#4 Under no circumstances should you be in the middle of an epic magical battle. Death will happen. Lots of death and bad stuff.
This epic tome contains all four books of The Tale of Bryant Adams:
How I Magically Ruined My Life In Four Damn Days
Seven things not to do when everyone is trying to kill you
Three Simple Steps to Magical Domination
Five Fascinating Laws of International Theft
Praise for how I magically ruined my life in four fucking days
“This is a magical, fast-paced, fantasy-filled ride with a charming dose of modern teen.” – Tonja
“How I Magically Screwed Up My Life in Four Damn Days by Megan O’Russell is the funniest teen/middle grade book I’ve read in a long time!” – MW
“Megan O’Russell’s magical adventures keep getting better and better and I can’t wait for the next one!” – sherry
Author Interview
Why did you choose to write a fantasy book that heavily involves a cell phone?
Phones are a big part of everyday life. Smartphones are these little pieces of massive technology that we use every day without really thinking about how amazing they are. But what if phones could be used for more than just scrolling through social media? What if an entire magical library could be hidden in your pocket? I wanted modern convenience to meet magic in a new way.
What does Bryant Adams bring to the wizarding world that readers haven’t seen before?
Bryant Adams is not your standard hero. He is not the chosen one, and the world may be doomed if he is in charge of saving us all.
Bryant is a geeky, nerdy sidekick to the coolest kid in high school, who tries really hard to survive being a wizard, but is too terrified to talk to the girl of his dreams.
It’s just a guy trying to get through his adolescence without too much emotional damage… and then the magic happens.
Who would enjoy this book?
If you like humor with a hint of sarcasm, romance with a touch of wit, and magic that could destroy the world as we know it, Bryant Adams is the wizard for you.

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