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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Don't Mess With This Witch Book Blast and Giveaway

We have a great young adult fantasy novel here. Besides the book and author info, there is a giveaway for Amazon gift cards, four of them. Open worldwide, you have through 4/14 to enter. Good luck.

Don't Mess With This Witch 
by Liz Lorow 
Genre: YA Fantasy 


Genevieve Howe is a 16 year-old witch incarcerated in a magical juvenile detention center. She’s not a bad kid, she’s just a really lousy witch. Sometimes her random thoughts unintentionally turn into actual spells, causing all kinds of trouble. 

Now the administration needs Genevieve’s help to find a student/inmate who escaped. Why her? Because there’s something ‘wrong’ with Genevieve, and she seems to be able to do what others can’t. 

If she can find Logan, will she turn him in, join him on the run, or find some other way to help without violating the code of honor among magical misfits? 

A comedic fantasy romp about incarcerated teen witches, the one that got away, and the one sent to find him. 




Elisabeth grew up in Massachusetts and spent most of her life in the Boston area. She went to art school and nursing school, then eventually after taking a few more courses convinced the University of New Hampshire to give her a degree in behavioral science. As a psych nurse for several years, she believes in the healing powers of laughter and love. 

She recently made her longtime dream come true, living in Coastal Florida with her amazing superhero husband and their two lovable cats. If you haven’t heard from her for a while, she’s probably sitting on her balcony, mesmerized by the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. 


$10 Amazon gift cards – 4 winners 

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11 comments:

  1. This sounds like a great book with a great cover.

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  2. Love the cover. Fits the title very well!

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  3. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

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  4. Oh man, I definitely would NOT want to mess with her! That look! Awesome cover!

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  5. This book sounds good, I like witchy reads.

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  6. Story sounds exciting! I love witches!!

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  7. I love this kind of subject matter. I like stories that start with the premise that witches, etc., are among us, and that's normal, and then the story takes off from there. I like the cover and the main character sounds like she would draw you in.

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