Cover art by Hazel Butler
HAVE FROG, WILL TRAVEL
A traditional witch’s cottage is a wondrous, if sometimes impractical, thing. But not in the eyes of The County Council Building Regulations Inspectorate. And when the Council Inspector condemns her home the wrecking crew awaits..
And the Dark Lord is behind it all, of course. He wants to tempt Grizelda to the Dark Side. After all, the cookies are better there. Grizelda needs to find herself quickly to save her cottage: but just where should she start looking?
Join Grizelda on her magical journey of self discovery, with her destination uncertain. She seeks to determine if she is, deep down Good or Bad. And how to tell the difference. She seeks her innermost self... will she find it?
Featuring, by popular demand: (all right, two people asked me. But one was very nice about it.)
THE RETURN OF THE FRIDGE
"Don't the Council leave the potholes in the road deliberately, to encourage people out of their cars?"
"Yes. Through the car windscreen sometimes."
"Where's my jester? Tell me a joke!"
"Marry, prithee Sire..."
"I wanted jokes, not threats."
"I'm supposed to be the King Under The Mountain. Not the King under the Mountain of Bloody Paperwork."
"I'm very upset with him. He hasn't asked me out since I told him I wasn't going to see him any more."
"What do you foresee in the crystal ball?"
"I foresee you will pay me in advance..."
"It's no good talking to us Vampires. If you want to meet a real bloodsucker, talk to a Payday Loans Company."
The Copy Editor wishes to apologise for the delay in release caused by her hysterics.
And here's the first review:
We are delighted to announce that this instalment has been voted by readers onto the final shortlist for 2014 for The Wishing Shelf Awards www.thewsa.co.uk in the adult novel category. There are hopes that the author may now try to become an adult himself.