Sara Pascoe

Sara Pascoe

Did you know?

Witchcraft is practiced by both women and men.  It was believed for the longest time that witchcraft was mostly a female activity. But there are male counterparts of witches as well, mostly referred to as wizards, warlocks or sorcerers.

Other Projects

Coming Soon:

Sequel to ‘Being a Witch’

High School’s weird enough but try going to witching academy to hone your newly discovered skills at the same time. And then there are the two people you accidentally brought back from 1645 Istanbul. Now, to get them back to their place in time before history itself unravels. Easy peasy, right? But then it turns out someone you’d trusted is working against you. Because history unravelling is exactly what they want.

Random Projects:

I love screenwriting! Here’s a short video I wrote and produced. And, shh…I’m working on other screenwriting projects, too.

 

Ratchet, the Reluctant Witch:ratchet-thumb

Ratchet, the Reluctant Witch is the original edition of Being a Witch, and Other Things I Didn’t Ask For. This is the same page-turning story about Rachel who’s sick of living in foster care, and runs away, only to find out she’s a witch with the strange habit of time-travelling — by accident. For a limited time, you can get a free copy of this original edition! Send me a message on info@sarapascoe.net.

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