The Zephram Tales are a middle-grade fantasy series about the adventures of the Royal Quadruplets of Zephram.
The first book in the series is: The month of Zephram Mondays
In the Kingdom of Zephram, everyone is magical - everyone except for the Royal Quadruplets: Tom, Lizzie, Ned and Nell. It's tough to be different, even if you are a prince or a princess. And Tom, Lizzie, Ned and Nell are treated differently by everyone in the kingdom! But when evil Prince Persius takes over the kingdom, it's the non-magical Tom, Lizzie, Ned and Nell who are the only ones left to try and save the day. Through their funny and challenging adventures they and those around them come to a better appreciation of the children's skills - and the big difference you can make by being different!
Check out a free sample of the book on the right side in the handy bookbuzzr widget. Then, if you'd like to read more, "The Month of Zephram Mondays" is available in paperback at your favorite online retailers including Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The ebook is available on Kindle, at Smashwords and other distributors including Sony, Kobo, Apple, Diesel and Barnes and Noble.
The second Zephram Tale, "The Tale of Time Warp Tuesday," is now available on Amazon in a Kindle Edition. The paperback edition will be available within the next two weeks.
In the second of The Zephram Tales (after 'The Month of Zephram Mondays'), Tom,
Lizzie, Ned and Nell, the Royal Quadruplets and non-magical Heroes of the
magical Kingdom of Zephram, have settled back into their same old boring
routines after the excitement of saving Zephram and the rest of the world from
evil Prince Persius.
Then, suddenly, the children realize why everything
is so incredibly boring: it's because everyone's repeating the same day, over
and over again!
Tom, Lizzie, Ned and Nell are the only ones who know
what's happening, and it looks like they're the only ones who can do anything
about it. But why has it happened? How are four non-magical children going to
start the magical world turning again? And what will they find out about
themselves in the process?