Now to get to the point of this post. Tina Connolly will be releasing a sequel to Seriously Wicked with a similar title that follows the teenage Cam (who, by the way, is a witch) and her journey of learning magic and staying good. Seriously Shifted will be coming out November 1, 2016. I cannot wait to read it and I’m so excited that this series (unlike the Ironskin series) is one that leaves me waiting for new releases and counting down months until I get to see it on the shelves in a bookstore.
The only thing worse than being a witch is living with one.
Camellia’s adopted mother wants Cam to grow up to be just like her. Problem is, Mom’s a seriously wicked witch.
Cam’s used to stopping the witch’s crazy schemes for world domination. But when the witch summons a demon, he gets loose–and into Devon, the cute new boy at school.
Now Cam’s suddenly got bigger problems than passing Algebra. Her friends are getting zombiefied. Their dragon is tired of hiding in the RV garage. For being a shy boy-band boy, Devon is sure kissing a bunch of girls. And a phoenix hidden in the school is going to explode on the night of the Halloween Dance.
To stop the demon before he destroys Devon’s soul, Cam might have to try a spell of her own. But if she’s willing to work spells like the witch-will that mean she’s wicked too?
A sparkling new adventure about teen witch Camellia…
Teenage witch Cam isn’t crazy about the idea of learning magic. She’d rather be no witch than a bad one. But when a trio of her mother’s wicked witch friends decide to wreak havoc in her high school, Cam has no choice but to try to stop them.
Now Cam’s learning invisibility spells, dodging exploding cars, and pondering the ethics of love potions. All while trying to keep her grades up and go on a first date with her crush. If the witches don’t get him first, that is.
Can’t a good witch ever catch a break?
[Note: For those who are interested in Tina Connolly and her novels, I recommend the Ironskin series to just about anyone. Seriously Wicked is more for younger audiences, but it’s also a fun day-read for anyone who enjoys magic and stepping into the shoes of a girl surrounded by a bit too much magical drama.]