Wizards and magic are capable of a great many wondrous things, and this certainly applies to you as well. Granted, diving headfirst into spell casting can be quite intimidating, and – should things go awry – you’re likely to get more than just a nasty bump on your skull.
This is exactly why I wrote this book: a straightforward resource for beginner wizards and magic enthusiasts who’ve yet to so much as wag a staff at a kobold. While nowhere near as exhaustive as some old (but beloved) tomes out there, this book condenses some essential basics into a mere five, easily followed tips.
I sincerely believe that you can do great things with magic, and I want to ensure that your first few steps as a wizard are filled with unequaled wonder and utterly lacking in head injuries.
About the Author
Siegfried Danzinger, It feels silly, at times, referring to myself as “an author.” Oh, hello! Did you know I’m “an author?” It’s weird. It’s weird because I am, more accurately and certainly more comfortably, a person who writes – more popularly called “a writer.” I’m a writer, and most of what any potential reader might find interesting about me is in the things that I’ve written. I’m not going to mention where I was born, and I won’t be going on about my early life, my ambitions, or the first time I wrote a thing about a thing. I’d rather you gave my story about a haunted house a read or introduced a child to my stories about animals. I’m a writer, and I want people to read what I’ve written (and, hope against hope, actually like it). All any reader needs to know about me dwells within my works and words.