Welcome to Unkempt Conversations, where authors and other interesting people gather to talk books, spirituality, life, and magic.
In this episode, I chat with bestselling authors Rachel Griffin and Adrienne Young. We discuss the word witch, how witchiness and magic play into our lives and writing, and so much more.
Grab a cup of tea and cozy in!
Let me introduce you to this episode’s guests!
Rachel Griffin writes young adult novels inspired by the magic of the world around her. Rachel has a deep love of nature, adores moody skies and thunderstorms, and hopes more vampires settle down in her beloved state of Washington. New York Times bestselling author of Bring Me Your Midnight, The Nature of Witches, and Wild is the Witch, find Rachel at rachelgriffinbooks.com.
“Griffin’s books feel like slipping on a cozy sweater and settling in to enjoy a cup of tea on a foggy day.” — Adalyn Grace, New York Times best-selling author of Belladonna
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New York Times and USA Today, international bestselling author Adrienne Young is amongst the hardest working writers I know. I’ve lost track of the number of books she’s written (all of them sooooo goooood!) and am flabbergasted that she still has time to run writing retreats and mentor up-and-coming authors for Reese’s Book Club.
Treat yourself to Spells for Forgetting, then work your way back through Adrienne’s catalogue… or put in a pre-order for her new book, The Unmaking of June Farrow! When she’s not writing, you can find Adrienne on her yoga mat, on a walk in the woods, planning her next travel adventure, or at adrienneyoungbooks.com.
“Lush with secrets, magic, and a past that won’t stay where it belongs, this novel is (quite fittingly) spellbinding.” — Jodi Picoult, New York Times best-selling author of Wish You Were Here