She has nothing to lose, except her life.
Hidden from a world unaware of magic, a recently and only partially trained group of operatives known as the Invisible Recruits are the only ones willing to stand between mankind and those powerful preternatural factions seeking to change the balance of power and gain world domination.
To save the innocent, Alex must call upon her untested abilities, but at what cost?
Just finished Invisible Prison and loved it! Love the concept, love the plethora of non-humans, variety of abilities and the like. Very cool. Really like Alex. Her character rings strong and true. ~~ Ginger Calem
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Book Two in the three book series on Writing Active Setting is now available.
Discover the difference between Ordinary Setting that bogs down your story, and Active Setting that empowers your story -- creating a compelling story world, regardless of what you write.
INVISIBLE PRISON, the Alex Noziak Novella that starts off the Invisible Recruit series is now available!
Magic is the last gift Alex Noziak wants but she must embrace it to gain her freedom. Alex Noziak, part-witch, part-shaman is dumped into the middle of four hostile non-human females and expected to train with them as a team to protect humans from preternatural threats. Prison never looked so good in comparison.
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INVISIBLE MAGIC: Book One Alex Noziak, the first book in Mary's new Urban Fantasy series, Invisible Recruits, is available at Amazon and Barnes & Nobel NOW. Books two and three, INVISIBLE POWER and INVISIBLE FATE will follow in June and September.
The first two books in my new writing craft series, WRITING ACTIVE SETTING are now available on Amazon. The three book series covers the use of Setting as an active element in story. Readers usually remember the plot and characters of a story, but Setting is every bit as important in creating a memorable world. Discover the difference between Ordinary Setting that bogs down your story and creating a compelling story world, regardless of what you write. Find out more
Anchoring, Action, as a Character, and More (available September, 2013)