Made a little error and posted that I was on Lydia Kang's blog today. Not true. It was last month and I dupped the post. My bad. But in other news, the Bad Spelling cover is featured today on You Gotta Read Covers.
This month is all about Bad Spelling, the first book in the Witches of Galdorheim series. Here's a look forward to the next two books.
The Witches of Galdorheim 2 - Midnight Oil
Shipwrecked on a legendary island, how can a witch rescue her boyfriend if she can’t even phone home?
When she learns he’s disappeared, she sets out on a mission to find him. Things go wrong from the start. Kat is thrown overboard during a violent storm, while her brother and his girlfriend are captured by a mutant island tribe. The mutants hold the girlfriend hostage, demanding that the teens recover the only thing that can make the mutants human again–the magical Midnight Oil.
Mustering every bit of her Wiccan magic, Kat rises to the challenge. She invokes her magical skills, learns to fly an ultralight, meets a legendary sea serpent, rescues her boyfriend, and helps a friendly air spirit win the battle against her spiteful sibling. On top of it all, she’s able to recover the Midnight Oil and help the hapless mutants in the nick of time.
The Witches of Galdorheim 3 - Scotch Broom
A magical trip to Stonehenge lands a witch in the Otherworld where an ancient goddess is up to no good.
Kat expects to have a great time on her trip to Stonehenge. However, from the moment she leaves the witches’ arctic island, she has nothing but trouble. Her younger half-brother tries to horn in on her trip, she gets lost in the magical Otherworld realm, is led astray by a supposed friend, then she has to confront a Scottish goddess who’s fallen on hard times.
While dodging the goddess’s minions and trying to find her way out of the Otherworld, Kat soon learns she shouldn’t underestimate the old has-been for one second; the crone still has a few tricks that can drain a witch’s magic in a flash. To make matters worse, her brother secretly follows her into the Otherworld. Now he’s in danger, too. Kat has to go one on one with the goddess to save her brother’s life.
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