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Welcome to my attempt at blogging. I am a true to heart bibliophile. Here I will discuss and review books as I read them. You are welcome to do the same. The only rules are no profanity, no politics, no religion, and have fun!

Friday, January 13, 2012

Today we welcome author Molly Snow.
She has written a couple of amazing books:

synopsis (from Amazon)

Product Description
When a magical black cat, Surla, runs away from her bombastic witch, she has no idea she will soon be living the life of shy teenage girl, Cathy Phillips-- confronting the mean girls and cute guys of Washington High.

Cathy’s peers notice a dramatic change when she starts standing up for herself, dressing differently, snagging dates and picking up feline habits. Meanwhile, Surla’s witch is a flaming red-haired fury, awkwardly trying to fit into society, so she can find her familiar and perform magic once again.

The “curse” of being BeSwitched may just be the most purr-fect secret these new best friends could ever have!


synopsis (from Amazon)

Product Description
Idis, a hot-tempered witch, was pronounced dead Halloween night. Her runaway cat, Surla, has a horrific premonition-come-true, when Idis escapes the morgue and then a mental hospital. These two enemies unexpectedly cross paths in the woods, triggering the curse of being BeSwitched.

A powerful opportunity comes with Surla switching bodies with her witch. She can dominate the now little black furball, giving her an education, teaching her patience and taking the shrew to the salon for a fun makeover.

The two go to high school together, when Surla passes as a teenage girl with a little help from magic. When Surla is magnetically drawn to the curious new guy, Jax Morreau, she is infatuated. Could ravens, coffins or a cursed ring keep Surla away from her invitation to the Morreau Family Reunion at Lake Sequoia? An ancient mystery will be revealed, but at what cost?

Molly is here today with a guest post.

BLP: Thank you Molly, for visiting and offering 
          this guest post.
Molly: Thank you, Donna, for inviting me to your blog for the BeSwitched Blog Tour! I've brought a guest with me you may know- IDIS.  I wanted to let her share some thoughts with your readers.    
Love, Molly Snow

Take it away, Idis!

5 Clever Comebacks from Idis

Hi, everyone, in the Bloggersphere. My name is Idis, star of BeSwitched and BeSwitched Witch. Okay, okay, I am a supporting character, but that's besides the point! I'm here to give some practical advice on how to deal with a bully. Let’s say you have a bully at school and you aren’t sure what to do; you are completely pathetic, always getting wedgies and thrown into lockers. Take some of my advice from someone who was a bully for over 300 years.

1. If you can’t think of anything else to say, “Dingbat” will work. Even a witch like myself can get tongue-tied. This word is fool proof. Try it! Dingbat!
2. Learn to cackle. To be extra dramatic, let your head fall back as you cackle. Laughing alone will show your bully you are superior.
3. Be creative. You can’t use overused words, like “Whatever.” That's what every teen says. Instead respond with, “Well, Twiddle-dee-dee!” That will throw your bully off, giving you a moment for another comeback.
4. Call them words like “Sweetie” as you pass them some brownies filled with itch cream. They will think you are desperately wanting to be allies, and (trust me) a bully never refuses food.
5. If they don’t stop, just tell them I’m coming for them. This should scare them away. Not only am a witch, who can cast a spell on their behind, I have died and come back to life, like all great villains. Add to that the fact that I have been consigned to a couple funny farms in the past, and they will change schools to get away from you.

Okay, I have more important things to do right now, like clip my toenails. Adios.


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Thank you Molly and Idis for the visit and the guest post!