Adele Abbott – Witch is When Stuff Got Serious

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WHO killed Senior Librarian Anita Pick and framed Jill's friend Mad WHO stole the Wand of Magna from the Candlefield Museum of Witchcraft WHY is Winky's brother Socks trying to steal Winky's girlfriend, Bella WHY don't the men of Candlefield want the women to have a BoundBall team WHY is Miles Best trying to put Jill, her cousins, and her Grandma all out of business And WHEN will Jill and Jack Maxwell have their first official date Most of these questions will be answered by the end of this book; if not, stick around for the next volume ...

Editing oversights found in Witch Is When Stuff Got Serious: Location 41, I've also forgotten your name / I've also forgotten your NAME. (not a question) ; 65, Pretty isn't she / PRETTY, isn't she ; 92, They're my mom's actually / They're my MOM'S, actually ; 100, I'll need the money otherwise I won't have / I'll need the MONEY, otherwise I won't have ; 113, well off you go / WELL, off you go ; 132, She was so crafty that sister of mine / She was so CRAFTY, that sister of mine ; 167, I looked at Kathy who was doing / I looked at KATHY, who was doing ; 178, Tell me what for goodness sake / Tell me WHAT, for GOODNESS' sake ;

PAGE 2, I took her to the vets / I took her to the VET'S ; 4, You're not in trouble are you / You're not in TROUBLE, are you ; 4, very dark inside there; illuminated only / very dark inside THERE, illuminated only (needs comma, not semicolon) ; 8, Just one question / Just one QUESTION. (not a question) ; 15, Anita and me were both invited / Anita AND I were both invited ; 16, Malcom the Mobile Barber / MALCOLM the Mobile Barber ;

Page 17, That's not many is it / That's not MANY, is it ; 20, I was --- err nothing / I was --- ERR, nothing ; 24, Yes it is / YES, it is ; 39, two wooden stands on castors / two wooden stands on CASTERS ; 47, Come on Jill / Come ON, Jill ; 48, "You mean Armitage, Armitage, Armitage, and Poole / "You mean Armitage, Armitage, Armitage, and POOLE" (add end quote) ;

Page 51, sorry I've forgotten your name / SORRY, I've forgotten your name ; 54, He didn't say that out loud did he / He didn't say that out LOUD, did he ; 59, If it's alright with you / If it's ALL RIGHT with you ; 59, I bumped into Bert Hee; an elderly wizard / I bumped into Bert HEE, an elderly wizard (needs comma, not semicolon) ; 62, The Candle intend to run an article / The Candle INTENDS to run an article ;

Page 62, You, me, and the other team members will need / YOU, I, AND the other team members will need ; 71, Move out of my way, Gordon or I'll be forced / Move out of my way, GORDON, or I'll be forced ; 72, I thought you of all people, would be supportive / I thought YOU, of all people, would be supportive ; 73, Jill Gooder I assume / Jill GOODER, I assume ;

Page 79, I could start straight away if you like / I could start straight AWAY, if you LIKE. (not a question) ; 80, He's a great guy all right / He's a great GUY, all right ; 85, Him and me are bros / HE AND I are bros ; 97, Kathy and Grandma who were behind the counter / Kathy and GRANDMA, who were behind the counter ; 100, Hi everyone / HI, everyone ; 102, Yeah 'W'! / YEAH, 'W'! ; 102, Go 'W'! / GO, 'W'! ;

Page 104, it wasn't me it was her / it wasn't ME, it was her ; 104, You sly, old thing / You SLY OLD thing (omit comma) ; 105, Yes you do / YES, you do ; 106, And, she'd had the opportunity / AND SHE'D had the opportunity (omit comma) ; 107, Best Cakes was full of customers; in stark contrast / Best Cakes was full of CUSTOMERS, IN stark contrast (needs comma, not semicolon) ; 108, handing out fliers / handing out FLYERS ;

Page 109, And, he'll get no change / AND HE'LL get no change ; 109, Let's hear it / Let's hear IT. (not a question) ; 119, Maybe, I'd be able / MAYBE I'D be able (omit comma) ; 127, where I can find W.O.W / where I can find W.O.W. (add period after final "W") ; 127, pay a visit to W.O.W / pay a visit to W.O.W. (see previous note) ; 131, You can use my office ... if you like / You can use my office ... if you LIKE. (sentence is not a question) ;

Page 135, apparently W.O.W's headquarters / apparently W.O.W.'s headquarters (see note @ p.127) ; 137, are there in W.O.W / are there in W.O.W. (see note @ p.127) ; 137, Or should I say W.O.W / Or should I say W.O.W. (see note @ p.127) ; 138, Nothing so far I'm afraid / Nothing so FAR, I'm afraid ; 138, except the sealed room of course / except the sealed ROOM, of course ;

Page 140, disappearing acts I'm pleased to say / disappearing ACTS, I'm pleased to say ; 145, I still don't understand why you gave up the flat / I still don't understand why you gave up the FLAT. (not a question) ; 150, You, me, Lizzie and Mikey are going / You, Lizzie, Mikey AND I are going ; 154, Will you take my photo with Kathy. / Will you take my photo with KATHY (a question) ; 156, Stand back girls / Stand BACK, girls ;

Page 157, I don't understand / I don't UNDERSTAND. (a statement, not a question) ; 163, If it does I'll let you know / If it DOES, I'll let you know ; 165, Go 'W'! / GO, 'W'! (add comma) ; 166, "Go W!" / "GO, 'W'!" (add comma and single quotes) ; 179, well what can I say / WELL, what can I say ; 182, Winky / WINKY. (statement, not question) ; 183, I -- err heard from -- err the police. / I -- ERR, heard from -- ERR, the police. ;

Page 186, I see Mrs V has got you earning your keep / I see Mrs V has got you earning your KEEP. (statement, not question) ; 192, Grandma and me were the only people who knew / Grandma AND I were the only people who knew ; 196, How though / HOW, though ; 204, So as far as marriage and grandchildren, I wouldn't hold your breath. / So as far as marriage and grandchildren, I wouldn't hold MY breath. ;

Page 205, "Who would have thought you and I would end up like this," / "Who would have thought you and I would end up like THIS" (a question) ; 205, Hello you two! / HELLO, you two! ; 206, aren't you Jill / aren't YOU, Jill ; 207, What's the matter Jill / What's the MATTER, Jill ; 208, she was onto a winner / she was ON TO a winner ; 209, Washbridge's premier, private detective / Washbridge's PREMIER PRIVATE detective (omit comma) ;

Page 212, It was a longshot / It was a LONG SHOT ; 213, On the third wall, was a calendar / On the third WALL WAS a calendar (omit comma)


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