“I ask the power of earth and land
Come on out, give me a hand.
I need a way into this dive,
Peel away years, ten and five.
Gotta do what must be done,
Make it so, Number One.
[Jake] hoped Jean Luc didn’t mind the line rip-off. Some witches could get away with spellwork that didn’t rhyme, but he wasn’t one of them. And he’d gotten past the ‘as I will, so mote it be’ crap a long time ago.”
To Love a Witch by Debora Geary
Debora Geary is a witty and hilarious author. I love how she can make me roar with laughter and nod with agreement, often at the same time. Moira, one of my favorite characters on Debora’s A Modern Witch Series, has some amazing things to say about tradition.
If you haven’t read Debora yet, I urge you to visit her website and check things out. I’m looking forward to reading her Witches on Parole: Unlocked, and the third novel on the series that made me fall in love with her writing, A Reckless Witch.
Oh, and she has a short piece on Pink Snowbunnies in Hell (A Flash-Fiction Anthology) that is currently tickling my curiosity bone. I mean, seriously, look at this cover. Doesn’t it make you want to read it?