I can’t tell you how excited I am about these books. I first had the idea of writing about a girl who gets turned into a djinn over four years and while it took me some time to discover who that girl was, once Sophie Campbell walked onto the page, the story was set.
The thing I love most about Sophie is that she is a positive thinker so she’s always trying to look on the bright side. Of course this is very handy considering that her djinn guide, Malik creates more trouble than any djinn guide in the history of djinn guiding has ever caused.
Anyway, to celebrate the release of the first two Sophie books, I’m going to send out a signed copies of both books and a cute rhinestone ring, similar to the one that turned Sophie into a djinn, though I promise that this one isn’t magic!
And all you need to do to win is link to this competition on Facebook or Twitter or RT it (and let me know via the comments section here or on FB or Twitter). I’ll draw a winner on Monday and every time you link, it’s counted as an entry. The competition is open to everyone so best of luck!
Be careful what you wish for…
After Sophie accidentally gets herself turned into a djinn, she starts to think that it might not be so bad after all. (Of course, that’s after she gets the whole orange skin problem sorted out.) Who wouldn’t enjoy having the power to grant wishes! But when Sophie develops RWD (Random Wish Disorder) and can’t STOP granting wishes, things get more than a little mixed-up!
Under a Spell
And that spells T-R-O-U-B-L-E…
As Sophie gets used to her magic, her relationship with the adorable Jonathan Tait is blossoming. There’s only one problem: Jonathan’s twin sister, Melissa. She’s a total mean girl who seems intent on making Sophie’s life miserable. On top of that, Melissa somehow seems to sense that Sophie has powers–and manages to bind Sophie to her in a totally self-serving way. Can Sophie figure out a way out of this–without ruining her chances with Jonathan?