The Stargazer Journal

The Stargazer Journal

by RP Vogt


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The Stargazer Journal by RP Vogt

A young girl with an unfortunate name struggles to believe there's anything special about herself, even though astrology and spell casting are colliding around her. Forced to reside at her aunt's house in California, she stumbles upon the Society of Celestial Knowledge and embarks on a mission to uncover the mystery surrounding her Uncle's tragic death years earlier. Within the society, there are four Coven Rings and four paths of magic, and plenty of unsavory people out to stop her. A pinch of science fiction, a touch of multi-culturism, and several doses of humor combine for a delectable reader's brew in this magical, not-quite-a-witch-story, adventure.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615907543
Publisher: Pecan Books
Publication date: 10/19/2013
Pages: 332
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.74(d)

About the Author

RP (Richard Paul) Vogt was born in the spring of 1972 at Missouri Baptist Hospital in Town and Country, Missouri, and grew up in Fenton and High Ridge (suburbs of St. Louis) where he attended Northwest High School. Rick left High Ridge for the University of Missouri, attending his first year in Rolla and concluding in Columbia, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering with an environmental emphasis. He lived one summer in Baton Rouge while interning at Dow Chemical Company, followed by local internships at 3M and at the College of Engineering's continuing education department. He moved back to St. Louis in 1997 to take a position as an engineer at a local firm, followed by employment at SBC (now AT&T) which took him to San Diego, California, in 1999. Within a few years, he became an independent consultant, working with the National Conflict Resolution Center, among other clients. During 2004 and 2005, Rick enrolled in creative writing and literature courses at a community college and began writing short stories and chapter excerpts for an unfolding story. In a burst of motivation in 2007 while completing a Master of Business Administration at the University of California, San Diego, he completed the manuscript for The Stargazer Journal and embarked on a journey of research, learning, and feedback to create the story as it exists today. He worked with editors and an agent in both informal and formal settings to complete The Stargazer Journal, his first novel, and continues to write for this fantasy series as well as other genres. His second novel is Crosshairs, a coming-of-age story, and his forthcoming third novel will be a nerdy fact-lovers action/adventure tale.

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