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Haunted by Magic Diaries:
Real life unexplainable events from the authors."I've had a lot, actually. Let's go with the one that holds the most meaning to me.
In 2008, my cousin - a United States Marine - died in a horrific car accident off-base. He was only 25 years old. I dreamed of him often in the ensuing years, and it always felt like a "visit" from him, usually corresponding to big events in my life.
Fast forward to 2014. It's a Friday night. I haven't dreamed of Cory in a long time. I was brushing my teeth by the light of my phone because my husband was asleep and had to work that night. I saw a face in the mirror over my shoulder, and it looked A LOT like Cory. That night, I dreamed of him, and it felt like a warning that something was coming, and a reassurance that he was there for me. When I woke up, my husband had sent me a picture of Cory's Veteran's Memorial glass block - I had not mentioned to my husband about seeing Cory's face. We hadn't talked about him at all recently. But something compelled him to visit the memorial while he was patrolling that night and send me that picture.
Two days later, my life imploded when I lost a parent to suicide.
I clung to Cory's messages in the days that followed. I firmly believe he was preparing me and he was assuring me I wouldn't be alone during the most traumatic period of my life." - Heather Marie AdkinsHeather Marie Adkins loves magick and words, but not necessarily in that order. She is the author of numerous titles including Abigail (Witch Faery, Book One); Mother of All (Hedgewitch Mysteries, Book One); and Wiccan Wars, the first book in an occult bestselling trilogy. Heather lives in north-central Kentucky with the love of her life and a house full of cats, and works for a library when she’s not writing. Find out more about her at heathermarieadkins.com. Heather is the author of Fragile Magick. On Brigitta Holtzer's 21st birthday, her father - one of the greatest witches of his generation - falls mysteriously, violently ill. To save him, Gitta must travel to the depths of hell accompanied only by a sexy, irritable vampire... named Scott. To secure her father's salvation, Gitta must risk her very soul - not to mention expose herself to the darkness of her father's hidden world, and the inkiest corners of her own psyche. As the dark closes in on her, Gitta risks destroying both her father and her explosive connection with Scott. Nothing remains unbroken in FRAGILE MAGICK.