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Happy Easter y’all!
The characters in this story are purely fictitious, as are their opinions and ideas which are in no way representative of my own thoughts.
Welcome to the Grey Witches Blog!
I’m happy you’ve found the way through the meanders of the Internet, ending up on this blog’s homepage. It is/was created to be more of an illustrated book than a blog, so you won’t find my explanations about why and how I’ve written at the end or the beginning of each chapter. You’ll have to figure things out yourself, but, of course, you’re more than welcome to comment and I’ll do my best to answer your posts without spoiling 😉
Some chapters in the first part are being rewritten, and new pictures are being taken. Please, be indulgent.
Just to say, I hope you’ll enjoy reading about the Grey Witches as much as I have enjoyed putting their stories and characters to print.
Old Missy, Granny, Taïga and Rowan with the Vargas brothers.
Three generations of Grey Witches
Granny Grey, her daughter Shasta and granddaughter Taïga
“Granny, Shasta, and Taïga don’t stay in the same place for too long. Perhaps it has something to do with their hobbies. Between the three, and the extended branches of their family, they show some extraordinary potential in the art of magic. This is their story of balancing school, work, magic, demons, and more everyday supernatural adventures of The Grey Witches.
First Post: February 7, 2015
First Impressions: The Grey Witches is the epic saga about a supernatural family that encounter many misadventures. Shrouded in mystery, many of the characters are grown with unique personalities. Much of the story by freja64 is reminiscent of Witches of Eastwick style of storytelling. If the reader is so inclined to sit down for a novel of SimLit, following the family through the long list of chapters will keep them wanting more.”