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Mildred Poisonapple may be the granddaughter of the powerful matriarch of her clan, but her spells go awry and she lacks her grandmother's power. So she tries to make her own way by commuting to the big city to work at Modern Witchcraft, Inc., a huge corporation that represents everything her traditional grandmother hates about the modern world. When her boss wrongly blame ...more
Paperback, 346 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Createspace (first published June 25th 2011)
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Beth
Oct 11, 2012 rated it really liked it
An absolutely delightfully entertaining read. Even if you're not normally a fan of urban fantasy, anyone who has worked a corporate job of any kind and/or dealt with the uncertainties of falling in love will really enjoy this book.

Mildred Poisonapple is a bad witch. She's not evil. She's just not very competent, which is one of many reasons why she's working for a company that mass produces supplies for the witch community instead of working in her family's home business. Like many corporate dro
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Lydia
Oct 15, 2011 rated it liked it
Mildred Poisonapple is a young witch from a traditional family trying to make her way in the corporate world. Her decision to work in the modern, corporate world, is a source of tension between Mildred and her grandmother, but its not the biggest stress in her life. When she runs into trouble with co-workers and her boss, toeing the line between her two worlds becomes nearly impossible.

One of my only problems with the book was how quickly Mildred and her love interest got serious, it seemed a bi
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josepha.barabe
Jul 20, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Follow up

I really enjoyed this book, and learned about corporate witches and the hard work they do. Now a follow up book about traditional witches and what they get into.
FLbookgirl
fluffy, humorous, does not develop relationships between main characters, but it kept my interest enough to finish it.
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Amy Difar was born and raised in New York, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. Her college thesis won a writing award, which led to her taking on technical writing work in addition to programming.

Writing fiction has always been her passion, beginning with 'mission reports' that she wrote for the enjoyment of her role-playing group. She finds herself drawn to particular cha
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