fists full of sun
America and the USSR use atomic magicians up like disposable batteries in a desperate attempt to win the Cold War, and only a tenuous pact between a Byelorussian soldier and an American magician stands a chance at stopping mutually assured destruction.
what my beta readers are saying:
Are You Interested in Beta Reading?
I'm currently looking for beta readers who:
Are familiar with the late Soviet Era, especially Soviet military protocols
Are somewhat knowledgeable about the Cold War (you don't need to be a historian or anything!)
Know a thing or two about nuclear physics
Enjoy the enemies-to-lovers trope
Read YA and YA/adult crossover
If this sounds like you, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
November 14, 2020
I started this book over a year ago while editing my Big Jewish Fantasy and buddy-bingeing HBO's CHERNOBYL with a friend (and just screaming nonstop). High fantasy and Soviet nuclear programs combined in my head, and one day I asked myself, "What if the Cold War was fought with nuclear magic?"
And I started writing this book.