Audrey’s Guide to Black Magic – Book Spotlight
Today we wanted to give a special shout out to Jody Gehrman and her release of Audrey’s Guide to Black Magic, book 2 of the Audrey’s Guides series! We are quite thrilled to share this with everyone, not only because our human beta read this title for Jody, but also because the series itself is a lot of fun. =^.^=
Date Published: September 7, 2013
Publisher: Magic Genie Books
Series: Audrey’s Guide #2
In book II of the Audrey’s Guide trilogy, Audrey learns about her witchy roots when she travels to the magical community her mother escaped years ago. There Audrey meets her grandmother, the powerful matriarch of the clan, and a host of colorful characters. When a dark force begins to take over the magical community, Audrey must decide if she’s willing to fight black magic with black magic.
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Falling in Love, baking a magical cake, fighting an evil necromancer—it’s all in a day’s work for Audrey Oliver, seventeen-year-old witch-in-training.
When her mother goes missing and her twenty-one-year-old witchy cousin shows up out of the blue, Audrey knows something’s gone horribly, dangerously wrong. Now it’s up to her to get her own magical powers up to speed before everyone she loves is destroyed by the sorcerer intricately connected to her mother’s secret past.
About the Author:
Jody Gehrman is the author of seven novels and numerous plays. Audrey’s Guide to Witchcraft is her most recent Young Adult novel. Her other Young Adult novels include Babe in Boyland, Confessions of a Triple Shot Betty, and Triple Shot Bettys in Love, (Penguin’s Dial Books). Babe in Boyland won the International Reading Association Teen Choice Award and has recently been optioned by the Disney Channel. Her adult novels are Notes from the Backseat, Tart, and Summer in the Land of Skin (Red Dress Ink). Her plays have been produced in Ashland, New York, San Francisco, Chicago and L.A. She and her partner David Wolf won the New Generation Playwrights Award for their one-act, Jake Savage, Jungle P.I. She is a professor of English at Mendocino College.