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It's that time of year again! The best spooky movies are on TV, the jack-o-lanterns are out, and pumpkin spic abounds! Seriously, everyone needs to stop hating on Pumpkin Spice. Even though I live in Florida now, where the leaves "kinda" turn colors, I still have fall in New England on my mind.
For my latest novel, I'm playing with the Halloween season, witches, and zombies in a New England setting (at home in my mind, at least)! Witch Wood, my new release, is set right before Halloween.
Harm none, and be ready for zombies.
In the little town of Brighton, Amelia’s practice of Wicca marks her as a curiosity both at home and at school. But Amelia can’t change what she is. Knowing how to see auras, heal, and cast spells comes naturally to her. Only Madame Knightly, the ancient matriarch and owner of Witch Wood Estate, to whom Amelia plays caretaker, doesn’t seem to mind. In fact, the crumbling old mansion is full of oddities.
However, when modern treatments fail to make a dent in the flu outbreak sweeping the globe, those who once ridiculed her white witchcraft turn to Amelia for help. While her eucalyptus tinctures prove no more effective than western medicine, her spell-casting is another matter. The residents of Brighton soon depend on the very magic they once ridiculed to save their lives.
**Witch Wood is a tie-in novella that compliments The Harvesting Series. It can be read alone or as part of the Harvesting series**
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