Magic For Hire
Everyone has to make a living somehow, even wizards. Since wizards for hire are fairly rare, life should be pretty easy. Except that when you're just starting out you can't afford a tower, much less the land it sits on. You can't afford a wardrobe of fine clothing, or a coach and four and you can forget about servants.
So Otheldo bought a wagon along with a team to pull it, then he went out into the world to make his fortune - and discovered that his old mystical progenitor hadn't exaggerated a bit when he said, “Trust me. If it were easy, everyone would do it.”
About W.L. Emery (Toledo, Ohio Author)
WL Emery lives in Sylvania, Ohio where he grew up and managed to survive life on a working horse farm specializing in American Saddlebred horses, three gaited and five gaited. In a life that could be described as colorful, he has earned a living as an automobile mechanic, a ballroom dance instructor, a new car salesman and a computer programmer. He has traveled extensively throughout the United States East of the Mississippi and has lived for short periods in many of the major cities and a few minor ones. He is single, never having been married, and has no children that he is aware of.