I am full of squee and excitement this morning, because the audiobook for Trans Witch appeared on Audible a few weeks earlier than expected! I’d been trying to keep my cool, despite being absolutely thrilled with the job Danielle Muething did with my novel.
I met Danielle through my buddy R.J. Sullivan. R.J. and I have borrowed each others’ characters over the years, and now I’m
stealing borrowing his spectacular voice talent. It might have been her rendition of the ole Transit King that convinced me that she was the best person for the job.
Listen to a sample of Trans Witch, as read by Danielle Muething!
Born out of the author’s frustration with a certain magical school author, Trans Witch is the story of a magical college for the rest of us.
Professor Lily Shelley is frantic to find her wife, Penny, who vanished two weeks ago. No one else seems to be looking very hard, not the police or even Penny’s family. As Lily refuses to give up hope, she continues searching for clues, even as she teaches English at Moraine University. In her search, she stumbles into a magical world: a college for wizards hidden in forgotten places at the university. Her favorite students come to her aid, helping her retrace Penny’s steps to learn the secrets of the School of Applied Metaphysics – as well as her newfound powers – in hopes of rescuing her wife.