What Haunts Author Elizabeth Kirke

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Haunted by Magic Diaries:

Real life unexplainable events from the authors.

“It was a dark and stormy night. No, really. I was staying in an old, old college-turned-convention-center for a book convention. And of course, no old college is complete without plenty of ghost tales. I was walking across campus to my dorm/hotel room to sleep. The light above me flickered and went out as I got close, then on after I walked away. It was creepy. But not as creepy as the SCREAM, the blood-curdling, woman’s scream that tore through the night and woke me up at 2am. It was pouring rain and there was nobody outside for as far as I could see. She screamed two more times that night, each about an hour apart. The next day, nobody but me had heard anything, not even my roommate.” – Elizabeth Kirke

Elizabeth is the author of Carved in Cherry. Find out more about Elizabeth here!


One thing set Lydia Shaw and her store apart from the other antique shops in town…
Lydia’s collection was plagued by curses, and it was her duty to break them.

Rachel, Angie, and Jo knew nothing about their aunt’s secret life. In fact, they didn’t even know she owned an antique shop, until they inherited it. Unfortunately for them, Lydia passed down more than just her store. The sisters are the proud new owners of countless deadly curses, buried under centuries of dust.

Lydia also left behind her apprentice, Peter. He does everything he can to protect the girls, as they explore their new store, unaware of the dangers it hides. In spite of his efforts, Rachel finds herself obsessed with opening a strange trunk, Angie has vivid dreams, haunted by a man who claims he needs her help, and Jo’s imagination starts to run wild.


When one of them falls victim to a curse, it’s up to Peter and her sisters to save her. But, if Peter can’t teach them to wield a magic, that he barely understands himself, she’ll be the first one to die.

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