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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Single Witch's Survival Guide

No, that isn't the name of my autobiography :-)

 Dance Cover

In fact, it is a new book by one of my favorite authors, Mindy Klasky. You probably won't be surprised to discover that some of my best-loved novels feature fictional witches--Mindy's Jane Madison books are at the top of that list. A number of years ago, I read the first three in the series about a librarian who accidentally stumbles upon a secret cache of magic books and inherits them, along with her quirky part man-part cat familiar Neko and the sexiest Warder ever (too bad he is grumpy, elusive, and determined to stop her from using magic).

I followed Jane's adventures in Girl's Guide to Witchcraft, Sorcery and the Single Girl, and Magic and the Modern Girl,which came out about five years ago. Then, much to my dismay, Mindy decided that Jane's story was finished, and moved on to other things (all of which were wonderful, but still, I LOVED this story!).

Thankfully, Mindy listened to me and the thousands of other readers who demanded more Jane Madison, and has started a whole new series featuring the next set of adventures in my favorite witch's life. (Hint: she tries to start a school for witches...it doesn't go well.) The great thing about these books is that you don't have to have read the first bunch to read these--although I guarantee that after you read this one, you will want to go get the others.

If you like witches in fiction, and a touch of humor in your reading, you are going to love Single Witch's Survival Guide. Just tell Mindy I sent you :-)

Read the First Chapter Here

Buy the Book in Print or Eversion Here

See What Mindy has to Say about Writing the Book

Girl's Guide to Witchcraft on Amazon

Have you read any of Mindy's books? Did you love them as much as I did?


  1. ::grin::

    Thanks for spreading the word!

    1. Any time! You know I like to brag about my talented friends :-)

  2. Oooooh, must check out. This sounds like fun. :)

    1. It's great, I promise! And you'll want to check out Mindy's series set in the theater with a genie, too...

    2. hahah, see that's what worries me. I'm a books-addict already. I seriously need a sponsor for all the reading I do (and want to do). :)

      But I definitely put the first book of the series on my *to get* wishlist. :)

  3. This does sound like fun!