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Pixies in the Mist
Expected Publication Date: October 12th, 2021
Genre: Dark Fantasy
Jake came to Japan because he had a feeling it was where he was supposed to be in life. But the daily routine lacked any real satisfaction. His only source of excitement was Salsa dancing. That was, until he met Kenneth.
Kenneth, a pixie operating undercover to find magical humans, had more excitement than he wanted in life. His job kept him busy, and his only relaxation was when he went Salsa dancing. Meeting Jake made his already cramped schedule even busier.
Kenneth tries his best to keep Jake’s magical potential hidden, even from Jake himself. All while still doing his job. Jake thinks he’s just found a new friend, but he gradually feels as though something might be off. When Jake discovers his powers, the two are forced to deal with their separate lives becoming more intertwined.
Kenneth is desperate to keep Jake under control. Jake desires to break free and understand this new world. Will either get what they want?
Forced body modification
Emotional manipulation and gaslighting
Non-graphic reference to sex
About the Author
Rasta Musick spent the first 12 years of his life in California before moving to Japan with his family. After graduating from college with a Bachelor’s in economics at the age of 16, he spent the years after learning Japanese and working. Having spent more than half his life in Japan, he’s confident that it’s his home.
With many different hobbies, chief of them being Latin dance, he keeps himself physically active as well as mentally active as much as he can. The Latin dance community in Japan is alive and, surprisingly, quite large.
Rasta has lupus and hereditary coproporphyria. Given their complicated nature, he’s had to learn a lot to adapt and manage them. The process also taught him a lot about managing other aspects of his life, and all of this influences his writing.