Sophie's Mixed-Up Magic Bk1-197x300Wishful Thinking (book 1)

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!



“A must read for those looking for a good middle grade tale. It was fun and just a really great storyline. I cannot wait to pick up book 2 and see what is next for Sophie and her gangErica, Goodreads Reviewer


Sophie's Mixed-Up Magic Bk2-197x300Under a Spell (book 2)

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?


“This book was just darn adorable and the trouble Sophie finds herself in is hilarious.” Stefanie, Goodreads Reviewer

Sophie's Mixed-Up Magic Bk3-197x300Out of Sight (book 3)

Sometimes wishes do come true…

With her powers under control and things with Jonathan on track, Sophie can now focus on learning the whole truth about her dad (not to mention trying to figure out how she can save him and bring him back to their family). Fortunately, she’s got Malik, her djinn-guide, to help her as she navigates carpet-flying, learns how to make herself invisible, and braces herself for what promises to be a very exciting adventure. But if it brings her dad back, it will all be worth it!


“This was an awesome book in an awesome series: full of magic and humor, there’s nothing to complain about – really hope that one is not the last of them, but since I am a positive thinker, I know the Universe will help me out on this!! Thank you, Amanda Ashby!” Erica, Amazon