Seven Year Witch

Seven Year Witch

Books by Angela M. Sanders BAIT AND WITCH SEVEN-YEAR WITCH Published by Kensington Publishing Corp. SevenYear Witch Angela M. Sanders www.kensingtonbooks.com All copyrighted material within.

Author: Angela M. Sanders

Publisher: Kensington Cozies

ISBN: 9781496728777

Category: Fiction

Page: 228

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Finding your feet in a new job isn’t always easy. That goes double for Josie Way, who’s settling in as Wilfred, Oregon’s, new librarian—and has just discovered she’s a witch. But will her fledgling powers be enough to save her from a spell of murder? While Josie develops her witchcraft with the help of letters left by her grandmother, there are other changes happening in her new hometown. A retreat center is being built at the old mill site, and rumor has it that the location is cursed. That piques Josie’s interest almost as much as Sam Wilfred, handsome FBI agent and descendant of the town’s founder . . . When Sam’s soon-to-be ex-wife, Fiona, goes missing at the same time that a bloodied weapon is found, Josie enlists her witchy insight, and her cat familiar, to clear Sam’s name. But then the mill project’s architect is found dead, and it’s clear that someone has been drawing up a vicious plan. Now Josie will have to divine her way out of fatal mischief, before this deadly trouble turns double . . . Praise for Angela M. Sanders’ Bait and Witch “Balances paranormal whimsy and small-town charm . . . it’s a delight to read about someone whose powers derive in part from stories and the feelings that readers attach to them. This is a fine debut that promises more bookish fun to come.” —BookPage
Categories: Fiction

The Seven Year Witch

The Seven Year Witch

Nothing sucked more than having your soul on a seven-year layaway plan. No, scratch that. Having the layaway plan on the brink of expiration? That really blew the big one. Her exhale loaded with extra weariness, Clarissa Miles turned ...

Author: Jodi Redford

Publisher: Jodi Redford

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

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After this much foreplay, something’s bound to combust. That Old Black Magic, Book 2 As head mistress of Beaumont coven house, Clarissa Miles has perfected two things: keeping her sister witches from accidently turning innocent bystanders into toads, and resisting the sexy overtures of her familiar, werewolf Logan Scott. But her resolve is vanishing—fast. Seven years ago she sold her soul to save her father, and that contract is coming due. The allure of spending her last days indulging in some dirty, naked loving is too tempting to resist. Logan has patiently ridden out the past seven years, content to do Clarissa’s bidding and ignoring his consuming need to mark her as his. Now that the ban on witch/familiar fraternizing has been lifted, he’s off the leash and ready to launch a full-on sensual assault on her defenses. They’re destined mates, and he’ll do whatever it takes to convince her. It’s delightfully easy to get her in bed. Get at her heart? Not so much. Especially when a deadly predator stakes its claim on her…and Logan faces a battle not only to win her heart, but save her soul. Warning: This book contains a villain with more personalities than Sybil, a witch in search of redemption and a dirty-talking werewolf hell-bent on claiming his mate in every wicked, sexy way possible. Spontaneous howling may occur.
Categories: Fiction

The Book of Three

The Book of Three

Odin orchestrates a scenario to identify Leo's true preference ("The Seven Year Witch"). He cheats to make Leo choose Up There, but he gives up and restores Leo's mortality when Piper's love proves stronger. SANDRA: A female, she warns ...

Author: Diana G. Gallagher

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781416925309

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 320

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An authorized guide to the popular television show features a series overview, character profiles, episode guides, interviews, quotes, and fun facts.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Witch and Famous

Witch and Famous

WITCH. AND. FAMOUS. The air was now thick with books—foreign language manuals, history books, novels, cookbooks—I choreographed their movements with the music, ... Books by Angela M. Sanders BAIT AND WITCH SEVEN-YEAR WITCH.

Author: Angela M. Sanders

Publisher: Kensington Books

ISBN: 9781496728791

Category: Fiction

Page: 262

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For a tiny town, picturesque Wilfred, Oregon, has everything, including an impressive library housed in a Victorian mansion, a touch of magic in new librarian and fledgling witch, Josie Way, a visiting movie star—and a curious tendency toward murder . . . Josie and all of Wilfred are buzzing with excitement. A-list movie star Daphne Morris has chosen to interview Roz, assistant librarian and novelist, for her book club. But when the glamorous actress quickly charms both Roz’s long-time love and sheriff Sam, the object of Josie’s unrequited affection, Josie turns to the whispers from her beloved books for ideas on revising the plot. Yet soon there’s another twist . . . At a party to celebrate the interview, Daphne’s personal chef is found dead in a scene that all too closely echoes one in Roz’s novel. It’s clear to Josie that someone’s idea of a happy ending means framing her friend. She’ll have to read between the lines with the help of the library’s enchanted stacks, guidance from her magical grandmother’s letters, and her cat familiar, Rodney, to solve this murder before someone decides to stage a deadly sequel . . . Praise for Angela M. Sanders’ Seven-Year Witch “A really lovely follow-up to the Witch Way Librarian Mystery series debut. A solid treat.” —Criminal Element “Full of false leads and truly surprising reveals, this terrifically plotted mystery is hard to put down.” —BookPage “This cozy mystery has the right balance of suspense and quirky, small-town humor.” —Library Journal
Categories: Fiction

Exploring the Child s Personality

Exploring the Child s Personality

7. Eight-year-old girl, re: Witch 3: I must make this little girl not exist in the world. She will turn her into a witch that does bad things to people so that they won't want her either (anxiety/ rejection). 8. Seven-year-old girl, ...

Author: Coulacoglou Carina

Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher

ISBN: 9780398085780

Category: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

Page: 365

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The objective of this book is to provide readers with a comprehensive account of the childOCOs personality. The book examines in detail significant personality dimensions from developmental, clinical and cross-cultural perspectives. The intricacies of personality are exposed by means of the Fairy Tale Test, an instrument that attempts to track the preconscious and unconscious processes that OC conspireOCO beneath the behavioral and overt manifestations of personality. ChildrenOCOs responses to the FTT questions are assessed both from a quantitative and a qualitative perspective. Twenty-nine personality variables are used to rate the broad range of personality characteristics. No other personality test assesses such a large number of personality parameters. The qualitative evaluation of responses includes the analysis of 14 defense mechanisms, the study of the nature of anxiety, family dynamics, and the examination of ego integration and ego strength. The unique quality of this book is the use of the FTT in the exploration of the childOCOs personality, using large samples of children derived from diverse cultures. Additional advantages of this book are the chapters which focus on the research into two significant personality traits: aggression and ambivalence and the chapter on the analysis of idiosyncratic responses; the latter offers valuable information in the classification of original responses into levels of psychopathology. While the FTT has taken significant steps towards becoming a valid and reliable instrument, studies of its psychometric properties are an ongoing process. The book also includes examples, case studies and appendices for further study and review."
Categories: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

A Tennessee Folklore Sampler

A Tennessee Folklore Sampler

Besides the connection between Aunt Bessy and the Bell Witch, my grandmother also believes other versions of the legend. According to my grandmother: Our family says that the Bell Witch returns every seven years to bring disaster.

Author: Ted Olson

Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press

ISBN: 9781572336681

Category: History

Page: 429

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Since 1934 the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin has been a respected source on the wonderfully diverse history and traditions of the Volunteer State, but until now that publication's wide-ranging articles have been largely restricted to the society's membership. With the appearance of A Tennessee Folklore Sampler, editors Ted Olson and Anthony P. Cavender provide a broad audience with a rich selection of the work published over the course of this acclaimed journal's seventy-five-year history. Packed with colorful descriptions and analysis of the state's folkways, A Tennessee Folklore Sampler covers all three of the grand divisions of Tennessee--East, Middle, and West-- and includes articles by some prominent students of folklore, among them Charles Wolfe, Charles Faulkner Bryan, Thomas Burton, Donald Davidson, Herbert Halpert, Mildred Haun, Michael Lofaro, Michael Montgomery, and Tom Rankin. Following an introductory section that places the book into historical, cultural, and socioeconomic contexts, A Tennessee Folklore Sampler is divided into ten parts covering material culture, medicine, beliefs and practices, customs, play and recreation lore, speech, legends, ballad and song, instrumental traditions and music collecting, and folk communities. Each part begins with an introduction that places the selections in context and concludes with suggestions for further reading. The appendix features an essay that explores the history of the Tennessee Folklore Society and the evolution of folklore studies of the state. The anthology will be a welcome resource for folklorists and scholars in many fields as well as a special treasure for general readers. With more than sixty illustrations complementing the text, A Tennessee Folklore Sampler presents a vivid overview of Tennessee folk culture that illuminates the very soul of the state. Ted Olson is the author of Blue Ridge Folklife and Breathing in Darkness: Poems, and the coeditor of The Bristol Sessions: Writings about the Big Bang of Country Music. He teaches at East Tennessee State University. Anthony P. Cavender is professor of anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at East Tennessee State University. He is the author of Folk Medicine in Southern Appalachia and has published articles in Social Science and Medicine, Journal of Folklore Research, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Human Organization, Appalachian Journal, and American Speech, among others.
Categories: History

Down Salem Way

Down Salem Way

Have you seen my naughty little maid with a willy willy wag and a great big bag who stole my money—all that I had? And the tree answered No, mother dear. Not for seven year! So the Witch flew on and the girl got down, thanked the tree, ...

Author: Meredith Allard

Publisher: Copperfield Press

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 322

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How would you deal with the madness of the Salem witch hunts? In 1690, James Wentworth arrives in Salem in the Massachusetts Bay Colony with his father, John, hoping to continue the success of John’s mercantile business. While in Salem, James falls in love with Elizabeth Jones, a farmer’s daughter. Though they are virtually strangers when they marry, the love between James and Elizabeth grows quickly into a passion that will transcend time. But something evil lurks down Salem way. Soon many in Salem, town and village, are accused of practicing witchcraft and sending their shapes to harm others. Despite the madness surrounding them, James and Elizabeth are determined to continue the peaceful, loving life they have created together. Will their love for one another carry them through the most difficult challenge of all?
Categories: Fiction

The Modern Craft

The Modern Craft

“The term 'seven year witch', coined by critic Peg Aloi, situates broader cultural interest in witchraft as a tidal force, which peaks once in around seven years, then disappears.” 10 WITCHCRAFT IN THE ANTHROPOCENE BY ALICE TARBUCK W ...

Author: Alice Tarbuck

Publisher: Watkins Media Limited

ISBN: 9781786786456

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 236

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Galvanizing and electrifying glimpses from the brink of the contemporary Craft This eclectic collection of essays on responsible witchcraft is a fascinating snapshot of contemporary occult practice. Essay topics include the ethics of decolonization, meditations on what it means to honour Mother Earth during the Anthropocene, the reclamation of agency for working-class and queer witches through practical spellwork, a gender-fluid perspective on breaking down traditional hierarchies in magical symbolism, a day in the life of a disabled Pagan Irish practitioner, and so much more. These essays show how we can all find inspiration and a force for powerful change in the modern Craft. Featuring contributions from: Claire Askew, Lisa Marie Basile, Stella Hervey Birrell, Jane Claire Bradley, Madelyn Burnhope, Lilith Dorsey, AW Earl, Harry Josephine Giles, Simone Kotva, Iona Lee, Briana Pegado, Megan Rudden, Sabrina Scott, Em Still and Alice Tarbuck
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

English Fairy Tales

English Fairy Tales

When the witch came up she said: “Tree of mine, tree of mine, Have you seen a girl With a willy-willy wag, and a long-tailed bag, Who's stole my money, all I had?” And the apple-tree said, “No, mother; not for seven year.

Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781576074268

Category: Social Science

Page: 369

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The first compilation of the full first-edition texts of the classic fairy tale collections by Joseph Jacobs, with Jacobs' original prefaces and annotations. * Reprints Jacobs' original versions of these 87 classic tales exactly as they were first published more than a century ago * Illustrated with the original block prints by John Batten
Categories: Social Science

English Fairy Tales

English Fairy Tales

She just said politely: "No, mother dear, Not for seven year!" Then the old witch went on in the wrong direction, and the girl started afresh on her way home; but just as she got to where the oven stood, she heard that horrid old witch ...

Author: Flora Annie Webster Steel

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783734743771

Category: Fiction

Page: 274

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In the darksome depths of a thick forest lived Kalyb the fell enchantress. Terrible were her deeds, and few there were who had the hardihood to sound the brazen trumpet which hung over the iron gate that barred the way to the Abode of Witchcraft. Terrible were the deeds of Kalyb; but above all things she delighted in carrying off innocent new-born babes, and putting them to death. And this, doubtless, she meant to be the fate of the infant son of the Earl of Coventry, who long long years ago was Lord High Steward of England. Certain it is that the babe's father being absent, and his mother dying at his birth, the wicked Kalyb, with spells and charms, managed to steal the child from his careless nurses. But the babe was marked from the first for doughty deeds; for on his breast was pictured the living image of a dragon, on his right hand was a blood-red cross, and on his left leg showed the golden garter. And these signs so affected Kalyb, the fell enchantress, that she stayed her hand; and the child growing daily in beauty and stature, he became to her as the apple of her eye. Now, when twice seven years had passed the boy began to thirst for honourable adventures, though the wicked enchantress wished to keep him as her own.
Categories: Fiction