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Rachel Griffin lives just outside of Seattle with her husband and dog, Doppler. She was fortunate enough to witness the 2017 total solar eclipse and became a certified weather spotter for the National Weather Service while doing research for this project. The Nature of Witches is her debut. Visit her online at rachelgriffinbooks.com

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy
New Books
Picture Books
Rachel Griffin recommends
What the River Knows (2023)
Isabel Ibañez
"With vivid descriptions, singular magic, and shocking betrayals, What the River Knows is a thrilling adventure the whole way through. Add in a swoon-worthy romance and Ibanez's beautiful prose and this is a journey readers will eagerly go on."
Night of the Witch (2023)
(Witch and Hunter, book 1)
Sara Raasch and Beth Revis
"A breathtaking adventure from beginning to end. Full of wild magic, stunning twists, and a romance that burns on the page, Night of the Witch is an addictive read that will leave readers desperate for more."
The Witches of Bone Hill (2023)
Ava Morgyn
"The Witches of Bone Hill is a potent spell of legacy and sisterhood. With its haunted manor, powerful magic, and many mysteries, this eerie tale will keep readers up well into the night."
A Study in Drowning (2023)
Ava Reid
"Both haunting and tender. Set amongst crumbling cliffsides and a raging sea, this atmospheric story will settle in your bones. Romantic, beautifully written, and powerful."
Divine Rivals (2023)
(Letters of Enchantment, book 1)
Rebecca Ross
"Deeply romantic and beautifully written, Divine Rivals is a story that lingers long after the final page. Set in a world steeped in mythology, Iris's journey to the front is both fascinating and moving, with an ending that will leave readers aching for the next book. I absolutely loved it."
Belladonna (2022)
(Belladonna, book 1)
Adalyn Grace
"Belladonna effortlessly weaves mystery, magic, and romance together into a gothic-infused masterpiece sure to become YA's new obsession. Every page drips with atmosphere and will leave readers wishing that they, too, could roam the halls of haunted Thorn Grove. Utterly original and completely addictive, Belladonna is a fantasy to die for."

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