Monthly Archives: July 2015

Concluding Summer of the Netherfield Witch and taking a break

It’s been quite a summer for Jane Harris. She’s survived a death curse and a crush on her stepfather. She’s met a talking dog and a dragon. And now all of her problems are solved. Right? Well, “There’s always a … Continue reading

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Chapter 25 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch

The Rev. Honoria Blood may be young, but she is wise. Hestia Desroules, known in Netherfield as Jane Harris’s Aunt Tara, has been bound by a spell not to harm Jane’s family. Even so, Honoria fears Hestia will find a way to … Continue reading

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Chapter 24 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch

The witches have fought. The battle is over. Well, not really. Because sometimes it isn’t the fighting that settles things. It’s what happens when the fighting is over. And for Jane Harris, ex-victim of a death curse, it’s time to … Continue reading

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Chapter 23 of Summer of the Netherfield Witches

You’d think both being a minister and having martial arts training would make Rev. Honoria Blood the person to take down a witch like Jane Harris’s Aunt Tara. But it’s Honoria that’s slumped against a stone wall with a broken leg. There … Continue reading

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Chapter 22 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch

Faced with a death curse put on her by her Aunt Tara, a witch and former porno star, Jane Harris has hatched a plan to defeat her aunt, save the day, and possibly usher in a new Golden Age. Hey, … Continue reading

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Genesis: the unauthorized real lowdown

The story of the creation of Man and his expulsion from the Garden of Eden has been retold many times since its origin in Genesis. Some takes have been profound discussions of theology, while others have had a political bite. Mark … Continue reading

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