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After months of living a normal
life, thirteen-year-old Alyssa McCarthy faces magic again. Only this time,
though, she is cursed with it, thanks to an old depressed skeleton named Errol.
Alyssa’s time with her godfather, Alex, will never be the same again, as she
can perform sorcery, but never control it.
letting out enchantments at school to creating outdoor disasters, Alyssa is
bound to face consequences. She can only get rid of her powers if she can boost
her confidence levels and improve her bravery. But it’s not as easy as it
sounds. She must measure those abilities with a special device called a
skillometer. Will she be able to get rid of her unwanted wizardry?
The scent of lavender drifted into
Alyssa’s nostrils, causing her to inhale. The aroma tickled the inside of her
nose. Vapor also touched her face as she lay on top of her bed. She opened her
eyes, noticing the lilac-covered mist clouding around her face. Gasping, she
bolted up. She turned to her window and saw that it remained shut as it had all
did this come from? Alyssa thought.
stomach knotted as she hopped off her bed. Something like this could not just
happen out of nowhere—unless—it was caused by… wizardry. Alyssa raised her
eyebrows as an alarm buzzed inside her head. She couldn’t believe it. It was
now October—six months since people and creatures doing sorcery had left her
life. And that amount of time was only the minimum amount for
magic to stay out of her daily routines with everything she’d done. If
not, wizardry would have just left her alone forever.
About the author:
Sunayna Prasad is a college student studying art. In her
free time, she likes to write fiction. She is also the author of From Frights to Flaws, which is the
first installment of the series,
McCarthy’s Magical Missions. Sunayna lives in New York with her family.