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Gray Stone Witches Series

Possession: The main character briefly gets possessed and experiences a blackout.

Slight Torture/Interrogation: The coven investigates what the main character did when she was possessed as they aren’t sure if she acted maliciously. They have to use a magic caterpillar that attaches to her arm and can take her lifespan if she lies. The attachment is painful for Gwen.

Profanity: The characters curse.

Low Self-Esteem/ Confidence Issues: The main female character has low self-esteem and low confidence but through the series she grows and comes into her own.

Death and Violence: A demon takes over the campus and causes people to act deliriously and accidentally kill themselves.

Death by Self-Sacrifice: A character (not the narrator) sacrifices themselves to save the others.

Emotionally Abusive Parent: The main character has a mother that always talks down to her and is highly critical of her actions while favoring her brother.

Memory Alteration: The main character had her memory altered by a magic university after she failed their entrance exam. The coven also threatens to erase her memory if she fails their competition to join the coven.

Self-Harm: The main character sometimes digs her nails into her skin when she is stressed.

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Arophobia: A main character (not the narrator) comes out as aromantic and there is talk of anti-aromantic beliefs, but none of the characters hold such beliefs.

Biphobia/ Homophobia: Some characters fear others are homophobic and biphobic but none of the characters hold such beliefs.

Discrimination: Witches are treated as less then due to their weak magic.

Emotionally Abusive Parent: The main character has a mother that always talks down to her and is highly critical of her actions while favoring her brother.

Loss of Limbs: A character (not the narrator) loses several fingers on her hand in the middle of a magical fight.

Profanity: The characters curse.

Self-Harm: The main character sometimes digs her nails into her skin when she is stressed.

Sex as a coping mechanism: One of the main characters (not the narrator) uses sex to make himself feel better.

Sex under inebriation: The main character and another main character take a potion that removes their emotions. When the potion wears off, their emotions are all over the place and they decide to hookup.

Slut shaming: One of the main characters (not the narrator) has had frequent sexual encounters and other characters (not the core cast) judge him for that.

Underage drinking/ Recreational drug use: The characters go to a party and drink. The main character takes a magical drug.

Violence/ Threats of violence: There is a battle at the end of the book and the characters fight to hurt each other. Also, in the middle of the book, another main character (not the narrator) threatens an enemy with a knife (but doesn't use it).

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Death: The main character gets possessed and is forced to kill a character with a spell. The sister of that character deals with her grief and has to assist a necromancer in briefly reviving her.

Discrimination: Witches are treated as less then due to their weak magic.

Emotionally Abusive Parent: The main character has a mother that always talks down to her and is highly critical of her actions while favoring her brother. The other main character, Zane, has verbally abusive parents who try and control his life. They also trap him in a room at the very end of the novel. They do this claiming its for his own protection.

On-Screen Spice: The charcters don't fully engage in on-screen spice but there are two steamy scenes. The first is when they are in the hot springs and the second is when they go on a date after the dress fitting.

Profanity: The characters curse.

Self-Harm: The main character sometimes digs her nails into her skin when she is stressed.

Violence/ Threats of violence: The Casimir family electrocute Gwen and paralyze her in a temporary spell. There are threats of violence when a god is summoned. There is a major battle at the end of the novel but none of the main characters are harmed. Another character (not the main character) loses her tongue.

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Body Horror: A character becomes a werewolf and when transforming into a werewolf there is a brief description of how his body transforms from human to wolf. The transformation is a painful one.

Death: A side character gets killed in front of the main characters. They also stumble upon some bodies of those who were killed because of the land. A necromancer revives a deceased character briefly to get information on what killed them.

Discrimination: Witches are treated as less then due to their weak magic.

Emotionally Abusive Parent: A main character, Zane, has verbally abusive parents who try and control his life. They have trapped him in a room claiming to do it to protect him from the world and his own choices.

On-Screen Spice: The charcters engage in on-screen spice towards the end of the book.

Profanity: The characters curse.

Self-Harm: The main character sometimes digs her nails into her skin when she is stressed.

Self-Hatred: One of the main characters becomes a werewolf and they struggle to accept their new reality.

Starvation: The characters who are stranded in Juleon haven't had a steady meal supply and this gets mentioned a couple of time sthrough the novel.

Underage Drinking: The characters do drink occassionally. Two characters, Zane and Rachel, do engage in unhealthy drinking habits because they don't want to think about the reality of the situation that they're in.

Violence/ Threats of violence: The realm is deadly and frequently harms them. There is an incident where a kraken attacks the ship which results in a death of one of the characters. At the end when Gwen faces off against the villain, they engage in a battle.

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Body Horror: A character is a werewolf and when transforming into a werewolf there is a brief description of how his body transforms from human to wolf. The transformation is a painful one.

Discrimination: Witches are treated as less then due to their weak magic. Creatures are also treated as less than. There is a ritual that involves sacrificing creatures.

Emotionally Abusive Parent: A main character, Michael, deals with being imprisoned due to his family's actions.

Harm to an Animal: The characters talk about sacrificing a phoenix so that the magic in the land is fixed. In the end, they don't go through with it.

On-Screen Spice: The charcters engage in on-screen spice three times throughough the novel. All scenes are consensual. This occurs in chapters 12, 23, and 31.

Profanity: The characters curse.

Self-Hatred: One of the main characters deals with his transformation into a werewolf and deals with the loss of his magic.

Violence/ Threats of violence: The realm is deadly and frequently harms them. The characters battle a dragon. They are set to sacrifice an animal (but they don't in the end). A god fights one of the main characters and hurts her, but the injury is healed and temporary.

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Body Horror: A character is a werewolf and when transforming into a werewolf there is a brief description of how his body transforms from human to wolf. The transformation is a painful one.

Discrimination: Witches are treated as less then due to their weak magic. Creatures are also treated as less than. There is a ritual that involves sacrificing creatures.

Emotionally Abusive Parent: A main character, Michael, deals with being imprisoned due to his family's actions.

Death: A handful of characters die. Some of the deaths are referenced to have been children. A main character dies in a battle along with other important minor characters.

Grief: There are discussions of grief after a main character is killed and there is a funeral that is held.

On-Screen Spice: The charcters engage in on-screen spice three times throughough the novel. All scenes are consensual. This occurs in chapters 11, 20, and Epilogue Pt. 2.

Profanity: The characters curse.

Self-Hatred: One of the main characters deals with his transformation into a werewolf and deals with the loss of his magic.

Violence/ Threats of violence: Their is a battle going on through the course of the novel. There is a ritual that is revealed to be caused by the sacrifice of creatures but it is done off-screen and not by the main characters. Some of the prisoners are treated badly by one of the Council members. Their is a battle at the end of the novel and lives are lost (one is a main character but not Gwen or Zane).

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Bowden Anime Club Series

Arophobia: The main character is aromantic and thinks about arophobia. She experiences slight arophobia when others don’t fully understand her orientation and lifestyle wants.

Biphobia: A core cast member is bisexual and worries about biphobes.

Body Image Issues: The main character is plus sized and mentions her insecurity when she observes her body a few times.

Death of a Parent: The main character’s father passed away before the start of the novel and she discusses her grief.

Discussions of Past Racism and Xenophobia: Not from the main character but core cast members and their families.

Discussions of Past Self-Harm: Not from the main character but a core cast member. The scars are talked about and shown. There is a discussion of how one incident almost resulted in death. The character worries about how their scars will affect their new relationship.

Friends-With-Benefits: The main character is sex-positive and explores a friends-with-benefits situation. Everything is fade to black.

Harry Potter References: The author does not support J.K. Rowling’s views. This was published in 2020 and written in 2017.

Kissing While Drunk/ Bad Encounter: At a party, the main character kisses a guy who calls her a rude name when she says no to taking things further.

Mixed-Race Issues: The main character is mixed race and talks about her insecurity of being mixed race. She feels like she doesn't belong to either group and thather identity can be overlooked/ not valued.

Nerd Shaming: The main character fears this but it never occurs.

Potentially Triggering Food Issues: The main character mentions not feeling comfortable eating in front of a guy and how she feels like she has to eat less.

Self-Esteem Issues: The main character is self-conscious.

Sexism and Amatonormativity: The main character discusses the expectation of women to settle down and have children. She doesn't like this expectation and talks about how it makes her aromantic identity harder for people to accept.

Social Anxiety: The main character has social anxiety.

Underage Drinking: The main character goes to two different parties where there is underage drinking.

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Tentative Release Schedule

Spark of Magic (Gray Stone Witches #1) - September 2023 - Link here!

Ancient Magic (Gray Stone Witches #2) - October 2023 - Link here!

Ritual Magic (Gray Stone Witches #3) - November 2023 - Link here!

Infinity Magic (Gray Stone Witches #4) - December 2023 - Link here!

Realm Magic (Gray Stone Witches #5) - April 2024 - Link here!

Creature Magic (Gray Stone Witches #6) - May 2024 - Link here!


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