Free Fiction Friday

303354For this week’s Free Fiction Friday we have a set of twins. These are two books that will probably appeal more to our younger fans or at least for fans that were kids in the mid nineties. Our books this week are based on the TV series Sabrina the Teenage Witch.

For those of you who don’t know Sabrina The Teenage Witch ran on ABC and The  WB network from 1996 to 2003. The series starred Melissa Joan Hart as Sabrina and Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick as her aunts. The plot of the series follows the adventures of a teenage girl who on her sixteenth birthday finds out she is a witch. Sabrina really got her start in Archie comics in 1962 in the comic: Archie’s Mad House. Sabrina had her own comic that ran from 1971 to 1983.

The books that we want to give out to a good home are Spying Eyes by Nancy Holder and Halloween Havoc457358 by Diana G. Gallagher. Nancy Holder has written several young adult books including book tie ins for Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Angel, Smallville and she won a Bram Stoker Award in 2005 for her anthology co edited with Nancy Kilpatrick called Outsiders. Diana G Gallagher has also written several young adult book tie ins for such shows as The Secret World Of Alex Mack, Star Trek and The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo.

In Halloween Havoc Sabrina is trying to throw a party but no one shows up until her Aunt Vesta casts a spell and brings zombies, the mummy, the Wolfman and Frankenstein’s Monster to the party. Suddenly the party is hopping but out of control and Sabrina’s cover as a normal teenager is about to be blown.

In Spying Eyes Sabrina finds out about All-You-Can-Cast-Day, a holiday where witches are allowed to cast as many spells as they want without worrying about the usual rules. Sabrina enjoys casting spells to help her friends but soon finds out that one of her spells has outlasted the holiday and  now the Men In Black  are coming to town to look for any trace of magic. Can Sabrina throw them off her trail?

If you would like to own Spying Eyes and Halloween Havoc and you live in the United States, leave a comment on the blog telling us why you would be the best owner for these books. Good Luck.

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