[Blog Story : Review] Diary of a Lost Witch

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Name: Diary of a Lost Witch
Author: Reut Barak
Genre: Fantasy Blog

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Ratings:

Story line:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Cover:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Blurb:

Molly is in trouble. 
Running away from home to escape the dangers of her coven, 
she ends up in Edinburgh at a time of Corona. 
Homeless and running for her life, she must find a new 
coven and get the help she needs to protect herself, 
or she is not going to make it back.

A glance in the diary:

April 14

Yesterday, I finally met another witch.

Her name is Gemma. She’d just graduated from nursing 
school and was volunteering to help
out with testing patients for the virus.

I had seen her on the street, falling on her knee, 
while walking a dog, and her body magically
heal the wound. I walked to her to ask if she was alright,
coming close, but still pretending tokeep that two meter distance.

“Just a scratch,” she assured me, and got up without help.

The dog was being difficult and kept pulling even 
when she was still on the ground. 
I offered to help and take the leash, but she shook her head. 
He was a friend’s dog, but they were self-
isolating so he was stuck at home all day. 
She was trying to show patience.

I told her that we had a dog back home and 
that she was also finding it difficult. She asked
where I was from and the conversation flowed from there.
We must have walked together for 
about half an hour before I felt she could be trusted. I was
not about to make the same mistake twice.

She told me that there were many witches in the city,
some solitary and others belonging to covens.
Luckily for me, she was one of the later, 
and she invited me to the next coven meeting.
We exchanged numbers.

I still couldn’t sleep right at night. Even after that ray of hope.

Molly Evans


A gripping story to read while you are stuck at your homes doing nothing. Molly Evans has run away from her home hiding from the May’s Coven. As the night falls, the fear of being caught increases, the weary nightmares twinkle in her dreams. While wandering in streets, she meets Gemma, another Witch who had then graduated very recently and worked as a nurse.

Blessing showers upon the witch when she meets Ryan, who becomes her friend and there’s a spark which occurs between them instantly. The blessing does not last long, and Ryan falls into the arms of Corona Virus. Using her magic and with help of Gemma, Molly finds a way to visit the hospital where an unknown sad news awaits her.

Read the whole story here.

The story-line is very easy to follow and enjoyable as well. Read it in one go or read one-post-a-day, you are going to enjoy it either way. Read the first few entries and you can decide if it suits you or not. The different magic Molly can do amuses me, Reut has done a great job casting the spells.

My favourite character happens to be Gemma, who tries to help a complete stranger (Molly) and behaves very nicely and calmy with her. She is the best friend each one of us wishes for.

This blog can be enjoyed by all ages.

There could have been more detailing about the characters present during the story. Other than that, I have no complaints!

About the Author:

Following a short stint in the military, Reut graduated as a trained Opera Singer from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, and then worked in Berlin, singing church music by Mozart, Haydn and Bach. While arranging concerts in the city and managing artists, she discovered her passion for business. She joined fellow entrepreneurs in the 2013-2014 class at the University of Oxford, with a scholarship to study business (MBA), where she founds that creativity goes far beyond art. She later had a taste of corporate life, seeing the inside workings of some of the world’s largest finance, energy and manufacturing companies, and wrote for National Geographic. Leaving the world of corporate drama behind, she now pursues her dreams of becoming a fiction novelist, a self-published vegan author, blogger and youtuber. She first arrived in Scotland as a hiker, eager to explore the mysterious highlands, where she got her inspiration for her books and blogs.

Well, no not really… The true story is:

Once upon a time…

Reut was born in Camelot in the year 1201, following the famous explosion of the northern dragon tower. She has a degree in fantasy and science fiction from the University of Atlantis and this record can be found in the central library, now twenty thousand leagues under the sea. She likes phoenix riding, dragon fighting and painting the roses red. And Grimm’s Fairy Tales.

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Giveaway:

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