Not so very long ago, most of the strange and usual, the mysterious and unexplainable, pretty much anything that had no obvious explanation, was thought to belong in the realm of magic. Sadly, these days we are far more likely to believe in science than magic but that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t exist.
Maybe a little salt sprinkled over our shoulder will get in the devil’s eye and stop him from bringing misfortune to our door. Who can say for certain that crystals don’t clear away the negative energy from a space and maybe dragonflies do bring us messages from the dead. I don’t want to live in a world where we have let magic die, where machines create art, and where children no longer search for fairies in the bottom of the garden.
I believe that there is nowhere better to rediscover some of the magic and enchantment than between the pages of a book.
Here’s the spell I used to create Bewitched in the Inbetween:
A good dose of romance
A smattering of longing
A dollop of passion
A scoop of danger
A serving of adventure
Sprinkle liberally with magic and a touch of dreams then let it all simmer with a slow burn.
Best enjoyed with a warm mug of hot chocolate and a cosy blanket xx
Bewitched in the Inbetween
Demonic haunting, mystery and dark romance intertwine with everyday magic in this bewitching tale of cursed love.
Ayla grew secluded and protected by her grandmother and their enchanted cottage, free to explore and nurture her magical gifts. This blissful existence is shattered when her grandmother dies, leaving Ayla vulnerable to the darkness that seeks to steal not only her gifts, but her very life and the life of those she loves.
And then she meets the one she cannot live without.
The wolf that lurks somewhere beneath Ash’s skin draws him deep into the darkest forest, where the last thing he expects to find is the terrified young witch, running for her life.
Drawn together by fate, their growing attraction puts both their lives in peril.
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About the Author
I live and work with my family and menagerie of pets in Sydney, Australia. Aside from writing, I work as a teacher, graphic designer, and artist. I love to believe in the possibility that magic might exist in our everyday lives, hidden just below the surface of our day-to-day existence. I enjoy using words and art to create landscapes where magic and fantasy collide and overlap with ordinary, everyday experiences, bringing a new dimension of colour and light to the world.