Megan's Thirteenth by Owen Jones

A Spirit Guide, A Ghost Tiger and One Crazy Mother!

Megan the psychic teenager becomes a teenager and grows up a little more!

Megan's thirteenth

Megan is a young girl with supernatural, psychic powers. Her problem is that she doesn't understand them or how to use them. 

She tried asking her mother, but she only punished her. The only person willing to help was a Native American Sioux and he was dead, not that that put Megan off.

Megan's parents take her shopping, where there is an incident, which Megan helps to put right. She is thanked by the police and the ambulance staff.

It is the first time that she uses her powers for anything useful.

Later, in the afternoon, there is a family party in a marquee, but it is the evening with her friends that she is really looking forward to.

She meets a boy there and gets her first kiss from a non-relative.

In this edition, she grows up a bit faster than anyone had expected!

Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Afterlife & Reincarnation

Secondary Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Spiritualism

Language: English

Keywords: spirit guide, YA fiction, supernatural, psychic, celtic, paranormal, spiritualim

Word Count: 11,000

Sales info:

This is part of a 23-part series which sells well.

The original intention was to write.sell one volume a month, but I think many buyers purchase individual copies out of order.

If I could work out how to serialise this series properly it would be much, much better.

Any ideas?


Sample text:

1 MAM’S SURPRISE

Megan’s mother, Suzanne, had been a different woman since the last time she had locked Megan in the coal cellar six months ago. She knew that Megan could still tell her father about it at any time, but as time receded from that awful day, it was becoming less and less likely that she would do so. Megan had let her off the hook and she knew that she owed her something for that. Megan had also more or less stopped talking about her supernatural, psychic powers too, at least in front of her mother.

From Megan's point of view, she finally had her mother as an ally again, as she always should have been, in their unspoken mother-daughter pact. Megan had been aware that, in the beginning, her mother had been worried that she would use the incident to blackmail her for favours. She knew that that was what her own mother was thinking about her and it hurt her. However, when it didn't happen, she had begun to warm to her young daughter again.

Slowly at first, but with gradual, definite progress all the same.

Both Megan and her mother were well aware of this ‘Entente Cordiale’, but it was Megan who fostered it rather than her mother. Megan thought that she was behaving particularly filial.

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Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

LanguageStatus
Dutch
Already translated. Translated by Corentin Colangelo
Author review:
Corentin needs to pay more attention to formatting.
German
Already translated. Translated by Christine Wilhelm
Author review:
I am very happy with the way Christine translated my book, and hope to work with her again soon.
Greek
Already translated. Translated by Konstantina Deletari
Author review:
Konstantina made a great job of both the translation and the formatting thereof, which saved me a lot of time.
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Antonio Casto
Author review:
Antonio did a great job and was very easy to work with.
Japanese
Already translated. Translated by Sayaka Yamada
Author review:
Sayaka produced an excellent translation and was a pleasure to work with
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Naira Luiz
Author review:
Naira made an excellent translation and was very easy to work with.
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by Mabel Diaz
Author review:
Mabel has made a fantastic translation and was very easy to work with.
Swedish
Already translated. Translated by Jenny Ulvestål
Author review:
I'm very happy with the translation.

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