Dianna Hardy

“He took the pen and book from her and faltered.
“Just write anything – anything trivial that won't matter if it comes to pass.”
“Erm...” God, he was useless at this.

Elena's hair turned blue.

“I don't want blue hair! What the hell did you write that for?”
“It seemed trivial.”
“Blue hair – blue? That's trivial? What if I can't undo it?”
Karl stared at her blankly. His throat went dry. He felt like a total dickhead, but writing really wasn't his strong point, so he went for humour instead and flashed her a grin.
“I was going to write that all your clothes fall off, but figured you may have a problem with that. This was the second thing that came to mind.”

(Karl and Elena)”

Dianna Hardy, The Witching Pen
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The Witching Pen (The Witching Pen Novellas, #1) The Witching Pen by Dianna Hardy
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