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Publication Order of Wicked Witches of the Midwest Fantasy Books

Witchy Tales (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Witch in Time (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
Make a Witch (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Witchmas Carol (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
All My Witches (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Close Encounters of the Witchy Kind (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon

Amanda M. Lee is a successful published author of fiction.

When Amanda was younger, she mainly found herself torn between she would be the Incredible Hulk or Wonder Woman when she got older. For some time, she thought about being a Jedi Knight, but she says that she probably was not up for all of the travel that came along with that.

When she was a teenager, she decided that she wanted to be a writer, even though she had no idea about the effort that would take. She is a writer now and writes in several different ways. She writes as a newspaper reporter as well as a fan of science fiction in addition to being a fiction writer.

Her advice to aspiring writers is for them to write about what they like. She says that they will never please everyone, so trying to do so will only ensure that you never please anyone. She recounts that she doesn’t really get writer’s block all that often. Amanda usually experiences the opposite problem, where she has too many ideas going on in her head. If she has a day where it seems like writing just is not happening for her, she’ll simply get up and do something else. By the next day, it’s usually improved.

Amanda M. Lee is the creator and the author of the Wicked Witches of the Midwest Fantasy series. The series first began in 2015 with the publication of the first novel, Witchy Tales. In 2016, the second novel in the series came out and is titled A Witch in Time. The third novel in the series came out in 2017 and is called Make a Witch. That was followed by the fourth novel, A Witchmas Carol, the fifth novel, All My Witches, and the sixth novel in the series, Close Encounters of the Witchy Kind.

Witchy Tales is the first book in the Wicked Witches of the Midwest Fantasy series by Amanda M. Lee. If you’re looking for a fun new fantasy to read, check this one out!

All of Hemlock Cove better watch out, because Aunt Tillie is going on a rampage. Of course, you may as well say what else is new when it comes to that situation. Aunt Tillie wants to take her wine business to the next level. To do that, she feels that she needs just twenty-four hours of things being quiet and peaceful in order to do that.

The only thing in her way is basically her entire family, as well as an FBI agent that is severely ticked off. The cousins Thistle, Clove, and Bay all promise each other that they will do whatever they can to stop their great-aunt’s wine ambition dead in its tracks, and now Aunt Tillie has to come up with a solution. She finds an idea and starts rolling with it. So she can keep her great-nieces from interfering with her business and bothering her, she decides to curse them to be in a book of fairy tales.

Because it is her, these are not your average fairy tales, either. They are fairy tales that she has come up with herself and created them using inspiration from some of the old classics. Now Thistle, Clove, and Bay have to go through a maze of unique stories that they have not heard for years, not since they were kids.

They also must take Marcus, Sam, and Landon along with them, to face the gauntlet of stories not knowing what will happen to them. They are risking their lives and have no idea what is around the bend. Bay might get eaten up by hungry bears. Thistle might have to kiss a frog. Sam might go up Clove’s hair to get her free from a tower. Landon might transform into a prince and put a glass slipper on Bay’s foot. Anything could happen in this world of fairy tales!

Every task that they go through somehow seems to get more and more difficult as this story goes on. As the fairy tales contained within the book begin to get darker, things begin to take a dangerous turn for the group. Their best chance of surviving is to get out whatever way they can and end this journey of madness for good.

The Winchester witches now have the task ahead of them of making it out of a world created by the twisted mind of their Aunt Tillie. Perhaps they should not have tried to interfere with Aunt Tillie and her wine business, but it’s too late to go back and change what they did now. Can the witches make it out, or will they discover to their horror that they now are lost inside of a book indefinitely? Read this book to find out!

A Witch in Time is the second book in the Wicked Witches of the Midwest Fantasy series by Amanda M. Lee. If you liked all that the first book had to offer, keep things rolling by checking out the second novel in the series!

Readers get the chance once more to reunite with Aunt Tillie and find out what is going on. As it turns out, there’s a raging storm going on in Hemlock Cove– one that doesn’t even compare to the one that is going on inside of Aunt Tillie’s head.

She’s been knocked out by an accident and is now unconscious, being taken care of at the hospital. Bay and Landon come to visit her and keep her company, but while keeping watch they are somehow transported to the terrifying world that is Aunt Tillie’s mind.

The couple will go through time and see everything that’s happened in Aunt Tillie’s past, all eighty years of it. This includes when she was a child but also important dates like weddings, deaths, and births. The trip is tough, because Tillie is fighting the urge to wake up. She finds joy in living in the past rather than fighting to live in the now.

Bay and Landon now have to deal with living out memories both good and bad, spending time with their own demons, and trying to get Aunt Tillie to come back to the land of the living. Can they do it and get out of her mind too? Read this book to find out!

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