Paul Medina is a visual mixed media artist that works and lives in Oklahoma. Throughout his long career in the creative arts, he has written many short stories, essays, and poetry but never as his main field of endeavor. The fable that lays within these pages is his first foray into the written world of story telling. The story of Enchanted Circles, was conceived and developed over the last forty year, parts of which were told to his daughter Emily when she was a child. He began to write the novel in earnest three years ago to give to his new granddaughter, Zoe Mae, as a gift and a lasting legacy for her to enjoy after he is gone. Medina lives with Grace, his wife of 44 years, in Oklahoma City and works as a child advocate and mentor in a creative program he created for his community.
Published: December 29, 2014.
Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
Enchanted Circles is a unique tale of a young boy, a mysterious family, and a journey to the most unimaginable place one could ever imagine. While Zak spends summer vacation with his aunt in northern New Mexico, he meets a mysterious family of magical bakers that will introduce him to a secret world and change his life forever.