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About Jeannie Wycherley
My inspiration comes from everywhere, a word here, a look there, but mainly for me, it's the landscape. I'm fortunate to live in a glorious part of Devon, UK where I have it all: rocky coast, pebble and sandy beaches, winding lanes and picture perfect cottages, cliffs and forest. A good day for me means a blustery wind, racing waves and salty rain. I live here with my husband and three dogs, make a lot of soup and play too much Runescape.
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Are you a dog owner who is in the process of losing your best friend to illness? Or have you lost your beloved friend and you are struggling to get over them?
Pet bereavement is tough. Not everyone sympathises with you. Jeannie Wycherley chose to write this book after the loss of her beloved boy, Herbie, because she was hurt by the repetition of the phrase, “he was just a dog.” She realised that her grief transcended that tired notion - one tritely rolled out by people who think they’re being helpful and supportive, failing to realise the guilt and shame many pet owners already experience when they are locked deep in mourning.
Losing my Best Friend seeks to dispel the myth that any of our best friends are ever ‘just’ dogs, and it acknowledges that the recovery from dog bereavement is a journey we make mostly on our own, which many find isolating. Losing my best friend demonstrated that there is no rule book, and no hard and fast techniques that will make you ‘better’. Recovery should be taken at your own pace. There is no schedule, and no-one has the right to say, “Oh, I thought you’d be over it by now.”
Losing my Best Friend: thoughtful support for those affected by dog bereavement or pet loss also offers practical advice about what to do when your dog passes away, including tips on helping your children or other pets cope with the loss, designing your own ceremony to celebrate your dog’s life, and creating memorials.
One of the biggest strengths of this book is that it validates what you are feeling. Other people share similar experiences and emotions, and recognise your struggle. You’re normal! In these pages Jeannie Wycherley has created a loving tribute to Herbie, and Losing my Best Friend delivers support with a light and loving touch.
While mortals sleep …
Yippee! It’s Yuletide! Wonky inn proprietor, Alfhild Daemonne, is looking forward to partying with her guests … but Whittlecombe has fallen eerily silent.
Sleet descends as the residents sink into a deep and dreamless sleep.
All except for Alf.
She recognises a horrible hex when she sees one. But who has cursed the village and why?
And what will it take to undo it?
Can our Alfie wake her friends? Will anybody wake up in time to prepare figgy pudding? Will there ever be a crisis free and merry Christmas at Whittle Inn?
Probably not. That’s what makes life wonky after all!
O Witchy Town of Whittlecombe is a standalone Christmas cozy mystery that complements the Wonky Inn series as a whole.
You’ll love this crazy paranormal cast of witches, wizards, ghosts and pantomime villains.
And not forgetting Mr Hoo, of course!
This latest Wonky Inn Christmas mystery adventure is best served with a glass of your favourite tipple and a heart full of love.
Now in her early forties, and with her life disintegrating around her, she’s been forced to return to her childhood home where the memories of her father and brother have long been repressed.
When the Victorian villa across the road goes up for sale, Lisa is naturally curious. One old woman has owned the property her whole life, and Lisa has never been allowed to step into the grounds before.
Now an odd young stranger invites her to explore the garden … but only after midnight.
But as everyone knows, after midnight is when the nightmares really begin.
Soon Lisa will be all alone in the world, and that will suit her just fine. Won’t it?
Not if her mother takes her guilty secret with her to the grave.
Read Midnight Garden now.
The producers of Witchflix TV favourite The Great Witchy Cake Off are searching for somewhere new to base the filming of their next series. Naturally, Alfhild Daemonne, a long time fan of all things cakey, invites them to Whittle Inn.
But what seemed like a great opportunity for a little harmless Wonky Inn self-promotion backfires when, at dawn on the first day of filming, one of the contestants is found toes-up outside the famous marquee.
Alf can’t believe her rotten luck.
But it’s not all bad news. The producers need a fresh contestant and Florence the ghost - Alf's long-dead housekeeper - is in the right place at the right time.
Who knew the baking world could be so deadly? But never mind, solving this mystery should be a piece of cake.
Chaos, catastrophe, ghosts and giggles in this warm and wonky, clean and cozy witch series of mysteries.
The Great Witchy Cake Off is a standalone but complements the Wonky Inn series as a whole.
Best served with a huge Devonshire Cream Tea!
Building work at Whittle Inn has unearthed a skeleton.
Horrified Alfhild Daemonne, recently returned from a holiday overseas, is keen to find out who the unfortunate victim was and how they died. After all, she might need to make reparations to the victim's family for an atrocity one of her ancestors committed.
What was the victim's link to Alf's wonky inn and why were they interred within the walls?
It soon becomes obvious that Alf isn't the only person who's interested in the discovery.
The mysterious Mr Wylie is paying a return visit to Whittlecombe, and it quickly transpires that nothing is as it initially appears.
The Mysterious Mr Wylie is a clean, cozy paranormal mystery. This fun standalone provides a new entry point for the Wonky Inn series for those who have never stepped through the doors before.
Meanwhile established readers will love catching up on the latest chaotic adventures of their favourite witches, wizards, ghosts and villagers.
And not forgetting Mr Hoo of course!
After hosting a diabolical vampire wedding last Halloween, Alf had imagined that Whittle Inn had seen the last of those long-toothed monsters. She’d pointedly barred them from ever setting foot or fang in her part of the English countryside again.
But since then, one thing has continued to bother our favourite wonkiest witch.
Who killed the handsome young vampire Thaddeus? And why?
Now Alf will have to grit her teeth. Despite her protestations, her undead foes are breathing down her neck once more and threatening to make an unwelcome return to her wonky inn. Is anyone safe? How long before another one of their number bites the dust?
Given their previous escapades, Alf and her friends are keen to provide a sharp reality check. Alf heads off to Transylvania to make things right, but will the evil Count Grigor and his coven of fiends have the last laugh? Is Alf a match for these bite-young things?
Find out in Vengeful Vampire at Wonky Inn.
A clean and cozy standalone that complements the series as a whole. If you enjoy chaotic and humorous tales of witches, wizards, ghosts, vampires, ents and owls, the Wonky Inn books will cast their spell on you.
Read them now.
And her ghosts.
But memories of her recent past linger and keep her awake.
Every night it’s the same. Insomnia.
When she does eventually drift off, she’s woken almost immediately by a sobbing spirit.
He says he's lost.
And worse than that, someone is trying to kill him.
Who is this sad specimen of a spirit? And where does he belong?
And how do you kill someone … who is already dead?
Find out what Alf gets up to next as the Wonky Inn adventures continue.
Read The Ghosts of Wonky Inn today.
Woo-wee for Witchywood!
Some of North America's top film stars have descended on Whittlecombe. Is the tiny village ready for such an intrusion?
Medea Toulouse, superstar movie actress, is dead, presumed poisoned.
The chief suspects? Global phenomenon, Dom Bruise and housewives’ favourite, Brian Ben-Olds.
Alfhild Daemonne, our favourite witch, has a lot on her plate. And not just cake, unfortunately.
Magic and mayhem, a murder and the BIGGEST movie star on the planet? It's the usual chaos at our beloved wonky inn!
Have you made your reservation?
Alfhild Daemonne's beloved Speckled Wood is dying.
Worse, Mr Hoo is sick!
In fact, several Whittlecombe villagers are seriously ill, and the problem appears to be with the water.
Alf must appeal to the magickal Keeper of the Marsh, an ancient tree named Vance for help. But he’s not happy about being poisoned and she’s going to have to mollify him.
Which won’t be easy.
The villagers are blaming her too, but the wonky inn owner knows full well her bitter arch-rivals The Mori are out to do serious harm to her reputation, her business, and the land she cherishes. Alf’s had enough. A showdown with The Mori is on the cards.
It’s time for ‘nice’ Alf, to become ‘nasty’ Alf.
Is she up to it? Can Alf become a lean, mean, witchy-fighting machine?
Only if she stops eating cake.
Find out what Alf does next in this action-packed instalment of the wonky inn series, full to bursting with the ghosts, witches, wizards, warlocks and weirdness you’ve come to adore.
Clean and cozy witch mystery with subtle hints of darkness.
Alf, the witch, didn’t see it coming … perhaps she should have done.
Whittle Inn is up and running and gaining in popularity. Proud owner Alfhild Daemonne can afford to relax, can’t she?
When her neighbouring inn decides to host the south west region’s largest ever Psychic and Holistic Convention, you’d think that would allow Alf the opportunity to make lots of new friends. Think of it! Dozens and dozens of fortune tellers, mediums, diviners, psychics, rune-tellers, witch doctors, and even a voodoo priestess from New Orleans – all gathered together in one big field.
Alf is banned from attending the Fayre and looks set to miss out - until Wizard Shadowmender sends her on an undercover operation that is.
In the meantime, someone is sending Alf death threats and many of her friends in the village of Whittlecombe are subject to fearful fortune tellings and terrible tarot readings at the Fayre.
It appears that dark forces are gathering in Whittlecombe.
Will Alf make it to her 31st birthday?
And just who is it that wishes her harm?
Find out when you read Wonky Inn Book 4 today.
Fearful Fortunes and Terrible Tarot is Book 4 of the Wonky Inn series from Amazon UK bestselling author Jeannie Wycherley.
Praise for The Wonkiest Witch: Wonky Inn Book 1
‘Finally a strong, adventurous fun female witch.’ Amazon Reviewer
‘Emotionally thrilling, action packed, and engaging adventure filled with unknown danger, dark secrets and some seriously wonky magic..... Highly entertaining!’ Amazon Reviewer
‘This book is awesome the characters are amazing, and the writing is out of this world good.’ Amazon Reviewer
‘The characters are so full of life that they jump out of the page.’ Amazon Reviewer
‘I so enjoyed this deliciously quirky (and, yes, wonky!) story. I expected it to be good but it is much better than that. I'm not sure how to slide this entertaining story into a genre 'slot' but I also don't think it's very important to label it with anything other than "a surprisingly wonderful adventure". I love it and I highly recommend it and sincerely hope that you enjoy it as much as I did.’ Amazon Reviewer
An unexpected snowmageddon threatens to derail Christmas at Alfhild Daemonne’s inn.
She’s hosting her first festive celebration, so she’s understandably disappointed when guests begin cancelling bookings, thanks to the abnormal wintery conditions in the south west of England.
When Alf receives information that there may be an ulterior reason for the weather anomaly, she journeys deep into the forest in search of a witch with an attitude problem.
Can Alf save Christmas at Wonky Inn? Or will one mean old witch kill Christmas for everyone?
A Wonky Inn Christmas Special from the author of The Wonkiest Witch and The Ghosts of Wonky Inn.
The Witch Who Killed Christmas can be read as a standalone or as part of the Wonky Inn series.
Collect the series now.
A charming and peaceful village in the south west of England. All thatched cottages and winding country lanes, triangle sandwiches, cream teas, and picture postcard perfection.
But people are dropping like flies.
It’s just the flu, right?
Could be. Except, wonkiest witch, Alfhild Daemonne, is about to host the vampire wedding of the century at Whittle Inn.
Perhaps Alf’s fangtastic guests are to blame? Or could bitter arch rivals ‘The Mori’ be making a move on Alf and her wonky inn once more?
Is feisty Alf fighting back?
You bet she is!
There’s chaos and catastrophe and plenty of weirdness in this latest instalment of the Wonky Inn series.
Read it now.
Praise for The Wonky Inn Books
‘This is much more than a witch coming into her own story, it’s an entire cast of unique characters in an awesome setting, and I can't wait to see where the author leads all of us in the next adventure.’ Amazon Reviewer
‘Loved this story and can't wait for next book. Characters are all unique and well written. The plot is exciting and new. Please read if you are a fan of Harry Potter, cozy mysteries, the paranormal and some humor.’ Kindle Customer
‘OMG! I loved this one and I can't wait to read more. Alf is a wonderful character, strong, spunky, and magical. The cast of characters are quirky, the mystery is captivating, and the mix with the paranormal is brilliant. This is one series that I'm going to devour.’ Amazon Reviewer
‘This is the first book in a delightful new series featuring a bizarre (wonky!) inn set in the English countryside. The inn is brought to life by a host of zany characters, some supernatural, some not. But all of them are fun and highly entertaining. The story is very well written an provides a blend of paranormal fantasy and cozy mystery. I found it to be an easy read because I couldn't put it down. I eagerly await the next book in this extremely fun series. Highly recommended.’ Amazon Reviewer