Sarina Dorie


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Aubrey Campbell
LOVING this book! The cover is perfect too!

Jennifer Stevenson
Adorable schoolteacher witch story! You have to read this!

G.S. Carr
I think this is the best cover ever! I would pick this book up and read it just for that reason. It already alludes to the hilarity to come between the pages.

Cassandra Morgan
I downloaded this book as something to read over my lunch break and completely fell in love! I found the characers so wonderful and believable. The world-building is just amazing! I definitely will be looking up the rest of the Womby's School for Wayward Witches books!

Wesley Britton
Just think if that was possible? This story has so much exciting potential when it comes to 'what-if' scenarios. Add the sci-fi element to a thrilling romance, I believe this book has every ingredient needed for a great book.<br /> All the best.

John Hennessy
You can't beat a good witch story, and as a fan of them, this one rocks, and should be an essential part of your reading collection. Grab it today!

Rebecca Janet
love your cover!

Sue Hollister Barr
Sarina Dorie's The Memory Thief is perhaps not all that probable, but a fun romp through an off-world steampunk romance with fascinatingly elaborate plotting.

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Clockwork Memories

Most accomplished ladies excel in art, music, and dance. Not that such skills helped Faith Earnshaw survive exploding spaceships, planetside skirmishes and a lack of nineteenth century plumbing. Just when everything falls into place and Faith realizes who her fiancée truly is and what his intentions are with her, she thinks she might have a chance to live happily-ever-after with her Prince Charming. Or that’s what she thinks before their ship is attacked and they are boarded by French pirates. Faith and her friend, Sumiko, must quickly learn the subtle arts of subterfuge and stealing memories so they can outwit their captors and find out Lord Klark’s plans. If they fail, it will mean death to them and those they hold dear.

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The Geari Wife

Orphaned on a world similar to pre-shogunate Japan, Faith longs for her old life and the civilization that has left her behind. When the man who is responsible for kidnapping her sister returns to the planet where she has been abandoned, she hatches a plan that will restore peace to the indigenous people, get her memories back from the man who stole them, and avenge the death of her family. It would all be so simple if she didn’t find herself falling in love with the man she has vowed to destroy.

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Fairies, Robots and Unicorns--Oh, My! A Collection of Funny Short Stories

Adult Warning: These stories contain randy robots, naughty fairies and lawyers who fantasize about Star Trek. This quirky collection gathers the funniest fantasy and weirdest science fiction stories written by award winning author, Sarina Dorie. Included in this book of treats are previously published stories such as: Debbie Does Delta Draconis Eels for Heels Roborotica The Optimist Police Lady Chatterley’s Computer In all, there are seventeen tales to transport you to another world and tickle your funny bone.

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Silkpunk and Steam

Imagine the Victorians had rediscovered spaceflight. Would the British be interested in Japan during the Meiji era on Earth when they could occupy an entire planet instead? Sumiko is a descendant of colonists from Earth’s Asia, whose ancestors came to the planet Aynu-Mosir during the world’s first era of spaceflight millennia ago. After thousands of years of peace, her planet is in danger. Orphaned and alone after her people are annihilated by terraforming starships, a young native girl struggles to survive and rebuild her home. When she falls in love with a woman from the stars, she must decide if she’s willing to risk dishonoring herself, her family and her people’s traditions to save not only her love, but all of her people, from the merciless destruction of her world by the

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Hex Ed: Womby's School for Wayward Witches

Like most twenty-one-year-olds who grew up reading the Harry Potter Series, Clarissa has always dreamed of escaping her mundane life by being invited to a magical school where good triumphs over evil . . . and schools don’t suffer from budget cuts. When Clarissa learns she is descended from a powerful sorceress, she would do anything to find the magical world where she knows she belongs. Only, the witches don’t want her because her mother pulled a Wicked Witch of the West move on everyone. To make matters worse, a gang of evil Fae wants to enslave her. Clarissa must prove to the Witchkin that the bad apple falls farther from the tree that they’d guessed. If she can do this, then maybe, just maybe her dreams will come true and she’ll land that job teaching the dark arts and crafts.

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The Lost Memories of Meriwether Klark

Meriwether Klark's new home is a strange place with an artificial sun, nannies made of metal, and ghostly echoes of someone locked below the mansion. While dodging his father’s wrath, Meriwether learns the station is built on secrets . . . and he is determined to uncover them. Before long Meriwether discovers his father’s greatest enemy is a vengeful vigilante known as The Phantom of the Station. If Meriwether is to ever find out what happened to his mother and expose all the wicked deeds his father has committed, he will have to team up with a man more dangerous than his father. If he is caught defying Lord Klark, he may end up dead. This is the fourth book in The Memory Thief Series, but it can be read as a stand-alone novel separate from the previous books.

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Ghosts, Werewolves and Zombies—Oh My! A Collection of Funny Short Stories

These stories contain randy vampires, naughty necromancers and ghouls who just want to have fun. This quirky collection gathers the funniest fantasy and weirdest paranormal stories written by award winning author, Sarina Dorie. Included in this book of treats are stories previously published in magazines such as: Putting the Romance Back into Necromancy Five Tips for Outsmarting Satan—and Your Students Bite Me Zombie Psychology Night of the Living Deadcrumbs A Ghost’s Guide to Haunting Humans In all, there are seventeen tales to transport you to another world and tickle your funny bone.

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Witches Gone Wicked: Womby's School for Wayward Witches

You think you know the world of magical boarding schools? Not from a teacher’s perspective at a school for at risk youth. Like any twenty-two-year-old who grew up obsessed with fantasy novels, Clarissa Lawrence expects all her Harry Potter fantasies to come true when she is invited to teach at a school for witches. As if being the new “arts and crafts” teacher isn’t hard enough at a school for juvenile delinquent witches, budget cuts are just as severe in the magic community, administrators are as unrealistic in their expectations of teachers, and the job is a hazard if the students find out you can’t actually do magic. As if this isn’t enough pressure, she has to figure out why teachers are mysteriously disappearing. If she doesn’t, she might be next.

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The Memory Thief

What would the Victorian era look like if they had “rediscovered” space flight? Would the British be interested in trade with the country of Japan if they could colonize an entire planet? Felicity is a young lady betrothed to a British noble of rank and fortune. Her life should be perfect. Alas, she fears she will never achieve happiness—until her memories have been returned by the man who stole them. In pursuit of her past, Felicity returns to an alien planet. Her only hope for finding answers about her mysterious past is performing the Jomon courtship ritual of memory exchange. Only when she learns to let go of her fears can she learn the secrets that may aid in the freedom of the Jomon people—and herself.

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Tardy Bells and Witches' Spells: Womby's School for Wayward Witches

Nerdy high school outcast, CLARISSA LAWRENCE, has always felt like she didn’t belong in this world. More than anything, she wants magic to be real—and not just because she’s obsessed with Harry Potter and tries to go to Narnia by reading fantasy novels in her wardrobe. Yet, when she stumbles upon real magic, and fairy tales come true, she doesn’t expect to be the evil villain in her own story. Clarissa learns she’s descended from an evil witch and is destined to kill her older sister. When she meets a cute boy who offers to train her in magic, she must make a choice. She can have a safe, normal life and no harm will come to anyone. Or she can choose magic and risk everything and everyone she loves in order to be what she’s always known she was meant to be . . . a wicked witch.

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