The adoptive sisters--Princess Luanne and Heatheria Winchester--celebrate the end of the year with three new adventures revolving around Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Seasons of the Dolorian Wizards tells of three stories that sum up their favorite holidays with an adventure each for Samhain (the Celtic name for Halloween), the Ritual of Return (Thanksgiving in our world), and Noel (the French name for Christmas). In A Samhain To Remember, the sisters--with Queen Melissa and a Winchester matriarch's spirit in tow--must defeat the Queen of the Underworld before she can exact her revenge upon creation by destroying all the immortals of the universe. The Ritual of Return reminds Heatheria of all the good she and Luanne have done up to this point when all the people whose lives they've changed arrive at the Palace of Melania for a holiday dinner party. And then, the climactic finish to the year culminates with It Nearly Wasn't Noel, when Luanne and Heatheria must journey to the North Pole to convince Senticles (Santa Claus to the kids of the world) that there is still room for giving on this joyous occasion, or else he plans to cancel it forever. With a story for every season of the end of the year, Seasons of the Dolorian Wizards is a treasure you'll want to enjoy this year-end and every year-end in the near future.
Charles Andrew Johnson is the younger of two children born to an Alabama-originated family on both his father's and his mother's side. He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. While growing up in his life, Charles displayed incredible cognitive abilities beyond his years and proved his intellect had grown so much when his second-grade teacher had him promoted to third grade early in the elementary-school year. Charles also has a talent for writing, but did not start professionally until he learned of BooksByBookends, a Small Publishing business stationed in New Jersey at the time. Using their business (which has moved to several points in the Tri-State Area until it settled down in Brooklyn), he has published a series called Princess Luanne and Wizard Heatheria. Building on his first book, What Is Destiny?, he has continued to write books until he had realized he had to take it one step at a time and write and publish one book at a time. The main characters in Charles's book series--Princess Luanne and Heatheria Winchester (he decided on the names while playing with several large action figures)--reflect Charles's personality in a way, as, like them, he longs for good changes in his life.