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Three more books in the Lizzie Martin Series will be with you soon!

The Flowerpot Witch is the third book in the Lizzie Martin, Wendy Woo Witch Lit Series.

Lizzie Martin has chosen pottery to be her new career…

But the teacher from hell threatens to thwart her ambitions before she starts.

She has support from her best friend Louise and Evan, another pottery tutor, but Rowan, her fifteen year old daughter is restless, Josh, her ex-husband is colluding with her aunt and though her mother is alive, access to her is forbidden. When The Morrigan appears in her sacred circle, Lizzie knows she has a battle on her hands.

There is hope though.

Stardust the chicken brings a new creature into Lizzie’s life and a long awaited meeting with her Aunt Matilda brings Lizzie’s past into perspective.

Lizzie’s magic ventures beyond The Sanctuary, into the Welsh landscape and the realms of the fae.



The Orphan Witch is the second in the Lizzie Martin Wendy Woo Witch Lit series!

Why Witch Lit?

Lizzie Martin is a modern woman and this series is all about her. She juggles work, family issues, new men in her life and parents her teenage daughter, Rowan single handed…and she’s a witch.

Why The Orphan Witch?

Lizzie Martin is grieving.

A road trip to Wales with her best friend, Louise should help and while she’s there, she wants to find her real mother and the truth about her father.

Lizzie returns home to discover her old boss, Edward Brown, is manipulating her life from prison. She must deflect angry phone calls from her ex-husband, consider a house move and new career path and become a modern day Boudicca, protecting those she cares about.

There is hope though.

The squirrels are on her side, the rescued chickens love their new home and, inspired by the Welsh landscape, Lizzie takes her magic out of The Sanctuary.



Why The Naked Witch? Because Lizze Martin is a witch…and a hero….

Lizzie Martin lives in Romford with her fourteen year old daughter, Rowan. She enjoys her job as a receptionist and typist at an old established, family run company. She clothes herself from charity shops in vibrant, joyful colours with matching headbands she makes herself. Colour is Lizzie’s armour and she uses it to hold at bay the emotional angst of her ex-husband, Josh, whose girlfriend is barely out of her teens, her mother who has the sensitivity of a crocodile, and the big bad world from which she tries to protect her daughter.

But today Edward Brown – her new boss – has asked Lizzie to ‘bare all’, and become more corporate. For Lizzie, swapping paisley for pin stripe is like asking a parrot to wear pea hen.

Meanwhile, as Edward Brown retakes his position as head of the law firm, Lizzie has to choose between her job and her integrity, cope with an unexpected stay in hospital, continue seeking the truth about her father’s death and juggle two new men in her life.

There is hope though.

At the bottom of the garden is a little wooden shed that Lizzie calls Sanctuary. Within its warm and welcoming walls, Lizzie surrounds herself with magic…