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N.R. Lovitt


I used to be crazy about gymnastics, and I still am. My love started when I first saw wrestling. Jumping off the ropes always looked fun as a kid. My cousin used to let me jump off the dresser, fly across the room, and land onto his stomach. Don't worry, his stomach was well guarded by heaps of flesh. Lately, I haven't had much practice to do gymnastics anymore. I was really good in my heyday. I could do double backflips on trampolines and full twists on floor. Then I blew out my knee. Yeah. That sucked. But if that didn't happen, I would've never completed my goals. I like to think the things I lost in my recovery were traded for a hunger in writing... and chocolate graham cookies.

Books by N.R. Lovitt

Magoch: Young and Lost in a New Era - Book cover
When Ezreth, an old world mage, awakens, he steals an ancient book and causes a magical event that strips the modern world of its normality, leaving the citizens of Kale to deal with the dangers of living in a world ripe with magic. After doing so, his magic interests a wealthy historian child named Ms. Vulpine, who seeks to discover why his abilities are similar to hers. Ms. Vulpine’s need to learn about Ezreth’s magical past puts her well-kept secrets at risk as she tries to find him before the government or anyone else does.
Fiction > Fantasy