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Probably Magic: A Letter for Rosa by Jo Jewell

She’s 5’11” of frizzy red hair, freckles, and a whole lotta attitude…and her name is Probably Magic. She was the product of hippie parents who have their own secrets. But Probably has the biggest secret of all, she sees dead people…

Peter Euclid is a Confederate Soldier who wrote the love of his life a love letter while in battle with the Unions on Cemetery Ridge. The letter was never delivered. Now, two hundred years later, he comes to Probably Magic desperate to finally deliver his declaration of love.

Join Probably as she uncovers family secrets and the skeletons falling out of closets! Things are not as they appear, and it makes for a journey of twists and turns and surprises.

Will she be able to fulfill Peter’s wishes while fighting Brendore, the Demon Overlord of the Underworld? Tune in for a fun ride and plenty of thrills.

Series: The Probably Magic (Book 1)

Book Marketing Global Network: Global Library: Fiction (Magic Realism) and Humor (Fiction Ghosts)

Kindle:
https://www.amazon.com/Probably-Magic-Letter-Jo-Jewell-ebook/dp/B0859BZXP4/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=Jo+Jewell&qid=1585673067&sr=8-2

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Probably Magic: Wheel of Misfortune:
Book Two of the Probably Magic Series by Jo Jewell

It is 1971 and Bob Mccoy is about to have a very bad day. He is executed for a murder he swears he didn’t commit. He comes to Probably Magic to find the real killer and to seek justice for his friend, the murder victim, and the exoneration of his name.

The search takes Probably Magic through the muddy woods of Sodom, KY to the corrupt halls of justice in Washington D.C.

Probably and Wally are determined to bring peace to this restless spirit. One problem, he can only communicate through an old game show and they must decipher the cryptic clues.

Join Probably, Wally, Aunt Jo, Miss Vera, and Spirit as they journey to find answers among deceit, danger, and Brendore, the Demon Overlord of the Spirit World.

Series: The Probably Magic (Book 2)
Book Marketing Global Network: Global Library: Fiction (Magic Realism) and Humor (Fiction Ghosts)

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Probably-Magic-Wheel-Misfortune-Book/dp/1952011272/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Probably+Magic+Wheel+of+Misfortune+by+Jo+Jewell&qid=1587147687&s=books&sr=1-1

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The Old Man and The Watch: Searching For The Long Road Home
by Jo Jewell

One small, seemingly insignificant act can change lives forever…..for generations.

For a chosen few, a pocket watch holds mysterious power over new beginnings. The watch-belonging to Morgan’s brother and was given to Morgan after his beloved brother’s tragic death in a farming accident when they were children…..plays an integral part in the life of the one who holds it.

Kerri Perry survived a car accident, but her childhood sweetheart did not. She has lived her life as a mere existence, for she carries the weight guilt and shame from that fateful night……that is, until she is bequeathed the pocket watch. She is a loner hiding from the world in her one-bedroom, third-floor apartment until the day a missed phone call changes her life forever.

Kerri returns the stranger’s call. Their initial conversation is tense, but the loner and the old man who placed the original call, Morgan, develop an intimate friendship founded on the stories Morgan shares with Kerri about his early life. Once their relationship moves from infrequent phone calls to in-person meetings at Morgan’s lavish estate, Kerri learns something that once again changes her life.

Who is next in line to receive the pocket watch……and what secrets will it reveal?

Review from Deb Rust-February 2019: Deb Rust to Author Jo Jewell Tom thoroughly enjoyed your books that I gave him for Christmas. He finished them long before New Year’s Day. He started in and then was enraptured by the trilogy. So much so that I’d told him I was not buying any more books for a year (I was ignored). Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent!!

He has already put his order in for The Glory Plains: The Raising of a Thousand Voices

Thanks! Jo

Review from Pen It! Publications: I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. The story is fascinating. There is love and hate…good and evil…and twists and turns. Can’t wait to read the other books in this series.

Book Marketing Global Network: Global Library: Mysteries (Suspense Thriller)

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Old-Man-Watch-Searching-Long/dp/1949609111/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=The+Old+Man+and+The+Watch%3A+Searching+For+The+Long+Road+Home+by+Jo+Jewell&qid=1564845687&s=gateway&sr=8-2

Kindle:
https://www.amazon.com/Old-Man-Watch-Searching-Long-ebook/dp/B07JMNF42M/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=The+Old+Man+and+The+Watch%3A+Searching+For+The+Long+Road+Home+by+Jo+Jewell&qid=1564845726&s=gateway&sr=8-1

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Message From The Author: “I call myself a mountain woman. In truth, I was born on the flatlands of Indiana on May 20th, 1955. The world population was 2.780 billion, Eisenhower was President, unemployment was 5.5%, Cher was nine years old on that day, and you could mail a letter for .03 cents. Luckily, the dinosaurs were gone, and fire had been invented by then. I moved to Tennessee to the foot of The Great Smoky Mountains in 1998.

I have been writing since the age of six. I won my first regional poetry contest in second grade. For the past 50+ years, I have written for myself and only a chosen few. Writing to me is as life-sustaining as breathing, as important as a beating heart. I have written for newspapers, had my own local column in the Blount County Voice, shared stories of my life for my friends to make them laugh, sigh, cry, or more importantly, to think. I wrote puppet shows for our mentally handicapped facility, inspirational short stories for church services, and a series of articles that led to testimony before the Maryland State Senate and the creation of the bill: Maryland Task Force for Abused, Abandoned, and Neglected Children. As long as it meant I could write, I wrote. I can’t tell you where this passion came from, I can’t tell you one incident that caused me to start writing and not stop.

I have no memory of “starting” to write, I just did, and at a very early age. I hope you enjoy reading this story as much as the characters enjoyed telling their stories.”

Available Books:

Probably Magic: A Letter for Rosa by Jo Jewell

She’s 5’11” of frizzy red hair, freckles, and a whole lotta attitude…and her name is Probably Magic. She was the product of hippie parents who have their own secrets. But Probably has the biggest secret of all, she sees dead people…

Peter Euclid is a Confederate Soldier who wrote the love of his life a love letter while in battle with the Unions on Cemetery Ridge. The letter was never delivered. Now, two hundred years later, he comes to Probably Magic desperate to finally deliver his declaration of love.

Join Probably as she uncovers family secrets and the skeletons falling out of closets! Things are not as they appear and it makes for a journey of twists and turns and surprises. Will she be able to fulfill Peter’s wishes while fighting Brendore, the Demon Overlord of the Underworld? Tune in for a fun ride and plenty of thrills.

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The Old Man and the Watch: Searching for the Long Road Home by Jo Jewell

There is always a story being whispered in the wind. Last summer, I received a call on my cell phone from an unfamiliar number. I have always feared that someone might be calling for help, (my mind works differently), and so I returned the call to explain they dialed my number by mistake. An older gentleman on the other end was somewhat suspicious at first, but three hours later, we hung up as friends. A very close friendship was born from that wrong number. After hanging up, I asked, “What if?” The Old Man and The Watch was conceived. I hope you enjoy reading this story as much as the characters enjoyed telling their story.

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The Good Guardian: The Battle of Grey Island: The Old Man and the Watch Book Two by Jo Jewell

The Good Guardian: The Battle of Grey Island Book II in The Old Man and the Watch Series by Author Jo Jewell, will leave you breathless. Something evil is lurking in the streets of Royal City, South Carolina. A killer is on the loose, snatching people off the streets and ruthlessly murdering them. Bata and his partner, Pete Talley, always seem to be one step behind in a sick game of cat and mouse. Back alleys, smoky bars and the shadows that haunt the night, hold secrets of the underworld. From the streets of Royal City to the Kalahari Desert of South Africa, it is a race against time. When Aliah disappears the night before her high school graduation, the investigation takes a desperate and personal turn. What price will be paid for the safety of the city Bata and Pete love? Will they save the city in time? Will they find Aliah before she becomes another casualty?

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The Tale of Oak: Coming HOME: The Old Man and the Watch Book 5 by Jo Jewell

The weather has gone crazy! Hawaii has been hit with a devastating tsunami, there are earthquakes as never before been experienced. It’s snowing in Ethiopia!

What is happening? Jacob has been instructed to return the watch. Is there a connection?

From secret government agencies, to a race to find the watch, it’s all a time game to save the world. The problem is: Where is the pocket watch? It has not been seen for years, but Jacob must find it, and find it quickly!

Heart stopping adventure and a cliff hanger of an ending.

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The Glory Plains: The Raising of a Thousand Voices (The Old Man and the Watch Book 4) by Jo Jewell

Jacob Tally has lived an unusual life. After his parent’s death, he lived with his godparents, Lisa and Bata Bohanna.

Born into a family fashioned by the mysterious Morgan Fairchild, Jacob realizes he is not the same as his family. He’s not a fighter. He wants his life quiet, predictable and organized. Or does he? He struggles with finding his own purpose in life.

This is his story. How he came to grips with the loss of his family, the near death of his sister and a most unlikely friendship. He now lives in South Africa, among the bush people and the wildlife where he seeks peace, but Morgan has other plans and peace isn’t part of it.

Jacob learns there are things more precious than gold in life. Things you would gladly lay down your life to protect. Follow along with him on his journey, as he delves into the dark world of poachers, a corrupt government, and a thriving black market. All to save the most unlikely friendship.

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Probably Magic: The Wheel of Fortune (Probably Magic Series Book 2) by Jo Jewell

It is 1971 and Bob Mccoy is about to have a very bad day. He is executed for a murder he swears he didn’t commit. He comes to Probably Magic to find the real killer and to seek justice for his friend, the murder victim, and the exoneration of his name.

The search takes Probably Magic through the muddy woods of Sodom, KY to the corrupt halls of justice in Washington D.C.

Probably and Wally are determined to bring peace to this restless spirit. One problem, he can only communicate through an old game show and they must decipher the cryptic clues.

Join Probably, Wally, Aunt Jo, Miss Vera, and Spirit as they journey to find answers among deceit, danger, and Brendore, the Demon Overlord of the Spirit World.

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Snake Skin: Alone in the Time Zone (The Old Man and the Watch Book 3) by Jo Jewell

Pete and Kerri’s daughter is having a hard time processing the grief over her parent’s death. Even though there are people who love her, she feels alone.

Emily steals a police cruiser and ends up upside down in a swift creek. Critically injured and pinned in the wreck, she is dying as the water fills the car. No one knows where she is. Can she be saved in time?

Emily’s brother Jacob is withdrawn and his extended family doesn’t know what to do. When he runs across the pocket watch given to Emily by Aliah, he desperately uses it to save his sister’s life. However, the adventure is only beginning!

Emily’s story will take you on a journey of redemption, courage, and acceptance of the love she thought was gone forever. From the courtroom to a prison raid, Emily’s journey proves there are more ways to live life than she ever imagined and help can come from the most unlikely circumstances.

Amazon Author’s Page:
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