Mildred doesn't want to be part of the popular crowd. Nor does she care about her "death-enemy." And she certainly has no interest in murderous spells. But if the teachers catch on that she's actually a good witch . . . well, they don't react well to that kind of ignominy.
What's the only good witch in a school of wicked witches to do?
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She wrote her first book at ten years old, after deciding that she wanted to write professionally at the age of six. She completed her first draft of this book at fifteen, and has gone through several dozen rewrites since then.
She has a husband named Ben, who also writes, and a fifteen-month-old daughter named Wednesday. They currently reside in Provo, Utah.
You can read more about her, or find more of her stories, at http://www.emilymarthasorensen.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Mildred's family was a family of bad witches. Mildred was a good person and didn't want to be a bad witch. She was sent to a school for witches. In the school, Mildred was not a part of the popular crowd as her mother had been, but she didn't care. This book was just an enjoyable read, with witches, giants, curses, death enemy, and so much more. I enjoyed this plot and overall story, but more than anything I enjoyed getting to know Mildred. I recommend. **I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review