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We’ve concocted a brew to chill your bones featuring witch-themed stories from both new and returning authors. If talking cats, deadly potions, cursed masks, and Baba Yaga stir your cauldron, then set down your broomstick and come sit a spell for our second issue. Also featured is original poetry and an interview with a real witch! None of the stories in this e-zine are exWe’ve concocted a brew to chill your bones featuring witch-themed stories from both new and returning authors. If talking cats, deadly potions, cursed masks, and Baba Yaga stir your cauldron, then set down your broomstick and come sit a spell for our second issue. Also featured is original poetry and an interview with a real witch! None of the stories in this e-zine are explicit, but due to some darker content, may be more suitable for upper-YA or adult readers. Open your Book of Shadows and prepare to be bewitched! Featuring work from Sara Dobie Bauer, Laura Bickle, C.K. Brooke, and more! ...

Title : elphame realms e zine issue 2 something witchy this way comes
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ISBN : 36344811
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 125 Pages
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elphame realms e zine issue 2 something witchy this way comes Reviews

  • Krystal
    2018-10-31 04:47

    Like with most anthologies, there were stories I absolutely loved and some I didn't like at all. Overall I enjoyed reading it, but it was a super mixed bag for me.Individual thoughts:A Familiar Tale - I'm not a talking animal person, but this was cute and fun.Room 517 - This was a lot of fun to read! Comedic and ridiculous and surprising, and can I please visit that hotel? It was everything! A Witch in Charm City - This was too cute for me personally, but I can't lie - that ending forced a smile from my cold, cold heart.Deathless - I ADORED this story. It was dark and dangerous and descriptive and scared me. I loved it. One of my favorites, for sure. The Apothecary Shoppe - This was fabulous! Twisty and surprising. I felt the danger! Love, love. Another favorite.Forget Me Do - I'm not sure what happened at the end, but I was confused and I didn't like it. Jaded - This wasn't told in a storytelling style I like, but I liked the idea behind it. So, I'm on the fence with this one.The Witch's Pyramid - This was a poem. Poetry is super subjective, but I liked it.Vampire Witch - At this point this e-zine was crashing and burning a little for me. The main character was super unlikeable, and I have no idea what was going on with her dad, but it was gross. The Witch's Mask - No. I absolutely loved the idea for this, but the execution was not great. I don't know what it is. It was just flat and colorless to me. It made me so sad, because the concept is so good!

  • Dawn West
    2018-11-14 03:51

    Witches, witches everywhere!This is the second issue of the e-zine and I noticed this one was packed with even more stories than the first. Here we have a nice collection of poetry, author interviews, and short stories, several with a witchy theme but all paranormal in some way.I enjoyed every one of them but I think my favorite was The Apothecary Shoppe. I won't give anything away but I'll say that I thought the ending was a perfect surprise. Gave me a bit of an Edgar Allan Poe moment, I must say.The rest of the stories are a combination of YA or adult and feature lots of witch characters, some with horror story elements (but nothing too graphic), and even a bit of romance. If you enjoy reading about witches, magic, or just paranormal in general, I recommend it. The poem toward the end was also a nice addition. Great October read!

  • Kyla Stan
    2018-11-05 07:30

  • C.K. Brooke
    2018-10-29 06:45