#WitchWeek2022 Day 4

Te Ahi Kā, by Riki Manual. Christchurch, NZ.
Photo by Lizzie Ross

Ah! It’s the middle of Witch Week. That generally means it’s time for the Witch Week Read-Along Discussion.

This year, Chris and I found ourselves in a sea of interested participants, and so we have a small crowd sharing their ideas about Zen Cho’s Black Water Sister.

Two of the six participants are first-timers, and it’s doubly exciting that one (Daphne Lee, our guest blogger on 31 October) is from Malaysia, and the other (Mallika Ramachandran, our guest blogger for tomorrow) is from India.

Other participants you’ll know from past Witch Week celebrations: Jean Leek (from Howling Frog Books), and Lory Hess, the creator and former host of Witch Week, who now blogs at Entering the Enchanted Castle.

If you’ve read Cho’s novel, please come and join the discussion with your own comments at the end. If you haven’t read it, perhaps our discussion will inspire you to do so.

The edited discussion waits for you at Calmgrove, so what’s holding you back? You’re just one click away.

About Lizzie Ross

in no particular order: author, teacher, cyclist, world traveler, single parent. oh, and i read. a lot.
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