Weekend with Family

I spent the weekend with family — my parents and their grandson (my seven-year-old nephew.)  I would give a *lot* to have one one-hundredth of my nephew’s energy.  Why walk, when you can run?  Why run, when you can skip?  Why skip, when you can hop backwards? Nephew and I spent an entire day at the zoo.  He had a camera, and he was taking pics of most of the animals.  I chose to “look with my eyes”, although I did take a...

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Magical Words – Critiques

I’m over at Magical Words today, talking about Critiques and SINGLE WITCH’S SURVIVAL GUIDE.  Stop by, why don’t you! http://www.magicalwords.net/mindy-klasky/critiques-the-beautiful/ Mindy, eagerly looking forward to sharing SINGLE WITCH with you next week! Share...

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Housecleaning, of the Website Variety

Last week, I overhauled the www.mindyklasky.com website.  I didn’t make any major changes in appearance, but I did add some new graphics, and I cleaned up a lot of links that no longer led where I wanted them to lead. And – oh! – I added a section for the Jane Madison Academy Series.  And I just might have added the first chapter for everyone to read…  Eight more days till the book goes live everywhere! Bounce, bounce,...

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Cake Walk Bakery — Walk On In!

So, you might have noticed I’ve been a bit scarce online.  I’ve been hard at work polishing SINGLE WITCH’S SURVIVAL GUIDE, the first volume in the Jane Madison Academy Series, which will be in stores August 13! Yep — Everyone’s favorite librarian-who’s-a-witch is back, and she’s running a school for witches.  Or trying to.  Nothing quite goes as Jane plans (but what’s new about *that*?!?) And the...

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SINGLE WITCH — Back of Book Blurb

I’m furiously editing today, finalizing SINGLE WITCH’S SURVIVAL GUIDE.  Just to tease you all a bit, here’s the copy from the back of the book: * * * Jane Madison’s life is perfect:  She’s left her unsatisfying job as a librarian, moved to the country with her boyfriend David (who just happens to be her hunky astral warder), and opened a school for witches. Alas, Jane never counted on her students running roughshod...

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