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Sex with Ghosts

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If you discovered you had the magical ability to rip images from the pages of magazines and make them solid real, who and or what would you bring to life? What would you do with these people? How would you explain them? Are they ghosts? Are they tulpas? Are they avatars? Like Midas, Jeremy Vale has been struggling with his ability and the nature of reality since discovering he can manifest people and things at will. His manifestations are crisp and clear, and they disappear the moment he sleeps. Alone, he has searched for the explanation that might allow him to permanently bring his parents back to life, until Tory Hicks, a self-professed witch, and a student of magic, decided to become his sidekick, and then, once again, all hell breaks loose.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Jeremy found his hand going up. He never raised his hand. He never asked questions. His hand went up. In doing so, the anonymity thing was broken. People who were starting to get up settled back. A silence fell. An uncomfortable one, like a crowded cafeteria going silent. The professor recognized him. He was now committed. “Um, sorry,” Jeeremy said, trying not to sustain eye contact. “But how do you get around the Mott Problem?”". . . Read More