Kevin Wohler

Biography

Kevin Wohler is the author of The Village Alchemist, an urban fantasy series from Bottle Cap Publishing. His first novel, The Alchemist’s Notebook was published in 2016.

He and his wife Rachel currently reside in Lawrence, Kansas, but they plan to move to Florida so they can spend their days writing from Walt Disney World. In his spare time, he likes to read, watch movies, and indulge in “LEGO therapy.”

In addition to writing novels, he also writes short stories. His work has appeared in two anthologies: A Method to the Madness: A Guide to the Super Evil and Dimensional Abscesses. His short story, “Paradise Out of Order,” inspired his Village Alchemist series.

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Books

The Alchemist's Notebook
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 64,660. Language: English. Published: June 4, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal, Fiction » Visionary & metaphysical
As Salt City’s only alchemist, Malcolm Ward has been minding his own business for the last ten years. His shop, The Village Alchemist, caters to mages, mystics, and magic wannabes—including Tommy DeLuce, the mayor’s son. When a fire elemental kills Tommy, the city council demands that Mal investigate. His alchemy is a bit rusty, so he'll need to find answers quick before more customers go missing.

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Smashwords book reviews by Kevin Wohler

  • Ill-Conceived Magic: A Monster Haven Short Story on March 09, 2013

    "Ill-Conceived Magic" is a charming short story that takes place in Naquin's "Monster Haven" world. Zoey, the empath, is still coming to grips with the Hidden world she has discovered all around her. As if having a closet monster in her home, along with his brother-in-law Phil (a gargoyle), wasn't enough, now someone has dropped more trouble on her doorstep -- literally. Serving as a bridge between Monster in My Closet (book 1) and the upcoming Pooka in My Pantry (book 2), this short story is a delightful return to the world I fell in love with. Zoey and Maurice the closet monster return, but we are also treated to new creatures in this story too. "Ill-Conceived Magic" a great read for fans of the Monster Haven series, and those new to the series will enjoy it too. Highly recommended!