Shift Happens

Shift Happens

by T.M. Baumgartner
Shift Happens

Shift Happens

by T.M. Baumgartner

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Overview

Everyone has an alternate form. Lucky people never shift into it. For everyone else, there's the Magical Probation Department.
MPD Officer Angela Jones has spent her entire career helping shifters get back into their human forms and ensuring they can manage their magical powers.
Her methods are a little unconventional, but she's built a strong community of people who help each other. A far cry from her coworkers who would rather emulate the tough guy hero of "Shift Enforcers," protecting the world from shifters at any cost and grabbing all the glory along the way.
Angela has mostly resigned herself to never being promoted again. But a new source of magic downtown is causing havoc. She can't convince her boss to look into it...until a fire-breathing dragon appears.
Now Angela is being shut out of the case of a lifetime, and the city she protects is in danger of being destroyed.
When shift happens, Angela must step up...even if it means risking her own life to safeguard others.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781952865015
Publisher: Speculative Turtle Press
Publication date: 09/11/2020
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

T. M. Baumgartner is a speculative fiction writer who has difficulty following directions. This has produced occasional culinary triumphs, but once necessitated lopping off six inches of pressboard when assembling a cabinet. At various times she has been a veterinarian, Unix system administrator, software developer, and after-hours book-shelver in a medical library.
Theresa currently lives in Northern California in a house with too many animals. She knits hats for garden gnomes and runs with scissors only when absolutely necessary.
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