These books look so cute. Are they for children?
The target demographic is young/new adult for Womby’s School for Wayward Witches. Book 1 is free of profanity, sexual situations, and adult situations in general. It is perfectly fine for teens. In Book 2 the series gets a little bit more mature, but it is still fine for teens. By the time the reader progresses to Book 3, Witches Gone Wicked, the story and characters are put in more mature situations and there’s more profanity. By Book 4, the sexual situations the character finds herself in are progressing, which I believe it to be appropriate for new adults, meaning people over the age of 18. The rest of the books in the series progress in maturity as the character matures.
Book 18 is a novella that is completely clean and free of profanity and sexual content, suitable for middle grade or young adults.
The Trouble with Hedge Witches Series is meant for teens and young adults; there is no profanity or sexual content.
The Vega Bloodmire Cozy Witch Mysteries Series are surprisingly free of profanity (if you are familiar with Vega from the Womby School for Wayward Witches Series, this might come as a surprise because of how much she swears in that series), and those books are free of sexual content.
The Son of a Succubus Series is meant for young adults. The series is free from profanity, and although there are situations that require maturity, there is very little sex on the page, and only sexual references, even though the main character is an incubus.
I also have other books like Silent Moon, Dawn of the Morning Star, and Urban Changeling that are meant for young adults which are not part of this series.
I am done reading Womby’s School for Wayward Witches Series. I’m so sad. What can I read next?
I have several series, some of which are in the same world with the same characters. After reading Clarissa Lawrence’s adventures in Womby’s School for Wayward Witches Series, a reader can move on to Abigail Lawrence’s life and journey in The Trouble with Hedge Witches. To find out what happens to Abigail and Lucifer her cantankerous cat, a reader can move on to the Son of a Succubus Series. I also have started a series called The Vega Bloodmire Cozy Witch Mystery Series. Ghoulish Charms is the first book, out late 2020, and I hope to release the Felix Thatch Hex Files Series in 2020.
If you are open to reading funny, steamy steampunk, you might enjoy The Memory Thief Series.
I loved this book! I can’t wait to purchase the next one.
Thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it. I’d love for readers to see what you have to say about the series. If you haven’t done so already, it would mean a lot to me if you left an honest review on Amazon, Goodreads, Book Bub, or whatever platform you use to engage with other readers. Even if it’s a few words, reviews help give books more visibility so readers can find the books they love.
Are these witch books based on real Pagan practices like Wicca?
Yes and no. I’ve studied various spiritualities and alternative modes of healing, and often that inspires my writing. At the same time, it was never my intention to write nonfiction. I’m writing fantasy and it is more about the story and characters in a fantasy setting. Hopefully people see my writing as enjoyable entertainment, but it is also fun when someone tells me I’ve represented real witches accurately. Once, a spirit medium told me I accurately portrayed magic in psychic abilities, so that was exciting!
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Sometimes I ask: Have you finished reading Witches Gone Wicked? It would help me greatly if you left a review. Even a short review would be perfectly fine. That helps others know what you have to say. And were you successful in downloading the book? If not, let me know, and I can see if we can troubleshoot the problem.