She Was Not Quite What You Would Call Unrefined

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
What do you do when you discover your parrot is a witch? With a coffee addiction. She needs your help to save your world from a goddess of war and her zombie army of the dead. Coven of witches comprised of a pandemonium of parrots and one black cat seek the help of a couple of history professors to uncover the magic that will give them a fighting chance against a witch who controls death and time. More

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About Michael Ostrogorsky

Writer. The Princess Tara Chronicles. Parrot and coffee bean wrangler. Living in Seattle with two parrots. One of the parrots is big, blue, and a princess. A princess who just happens to be a witch. A witch with a coffee habit. Michael Ostrogorsky, Ph.D.s, History & Archaeology.

Book One of the Princess Tara Chronicles, Blue Tara; Or, How Is a Hyacinth Macaw Parrot Like a Tibetan Goddess? now available on Smashwords and Amazon (Kindle and dead tree editions).

Book Two of the Princess Tara Chronicles, The Princess Witch; Or, It Isn't As Easy to Go Crazy As You Might Think, now available on Smashwords and Amazon (Kindle and dead tree editions).

Book Three of the Princess Tara Chronicles, completing the Blue Tara Trilogy, Parrots and Witches; Or, Love. Desire. Ambition. Faith. Without Them, Life Is So Simple, Believe Me, now available on Smashwords and Amazon (Kindle and dead tree editions).

Book Four of the Princess Tara Chronicles, Part One of the Kālarātri, or Black Night Trilogy, She Was Not Quite What You Would Call Refined, now available on Smashwords and Amazon (Kindle and dead tree editions).

NOW AVAILABLE! Book Five of the Princess Tara Chronicles, Part Two of the Kālarātri, or Black Night Trilogy, She Was Not Quite What You Would Call Unrefined. FREE through Memorial Day weekend!

How do you defeat a goddess who controls death and time? Can you? Find out in the hair-raising head-lopping caffeine fueled conclusion to the Kālarātri or Black Night Trilogy, She Was the Kind of Person That Keeps a Parrot, Book Six of the Princess Tara Chronicles, coming Christmas 2019!

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About the Series: Princess Tara Chronicles
I originally got a parrot because an old black guy with parrots convinced me it would help me pick up chicks. And I don't mean the poultry kind. Picked out a parrot at this old black guy's bird store here in Seattle that was big, blue, and loud. And a princess. The loudness I didn't learn about until it was too late. But that was the least of my problems. First of all, turns out I didn't actually pick out the parrot. The parrot picked me. Not only was the parrot big, blue, and loud. And a princess. The parrot was a witch. Not a figurative or allegorical witch. A literal witch. A witch of the spell casting kind. The abracadabra kind. A witch with a coffee addiction, and a penchant for pizza and beer. Once I entered the bird store the parrot cast a spell. The kind of spell that caused me to clean out my bank account for a big, loud, blue-feathered witch. The kind of witch that did not abide with girlfriends. The kind of witch that did not abide with not getting her way. The kind of witch that turned out to be my guardian angel and the proverbial albatross around my neck at the same time. A witch named Princess Tara.

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Reviews

Jonesky reviewed on on May 26, 2019

Great read for this long soggy weekend, (or even a nice one)!
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Francis Parkman reviewed on on May 24, 2019

Wow! Good thing I didn't have to go to work today because this book kept me up all night last night with its spine tingling gripping page turning caffeine induced action and suspense. Michael Ostrogorsky's characters literally grabbed me by my pajamas and pulled me into the story. I could smell the coffee and taste the beer and pizza. The characters and demons are so realistic I could actually believe the pterodactyls and fire-breathing monsters were real. But of course they are!

The Bad News: WE HAVE TO WAIT TILL CHRISTMAS TO FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS !!!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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