Sea Witch by Helen Hollick

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Sea WitchSea Witch by Helen Hollick

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sea Witch is a swashbuckler historical fiction tale set in the 1700’s around Captain Jesamiah Acorne. He’s a notorious pirate who sails the seas around the Caribbean, Southern US states and across to Cape Town in South Africa.

This is a time of Dutch East Indian trade-boats, Spanish galleons laden with Mexican treasure, English traders and privateers. Ships took months to cross the oceans, explorers were sailing around the world and opportunities to become rich were often at the mercy of the sea.

Beneath the seas lives Tethys a spiritual being from the beginning of the world, she sees all, knows all about the oceans, she can whip up a storm and take down a ship at will claiming the lives of all those aboard. Disturbed from above by the annoying sounds of cannon fire Tethys investigates and becomes…

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Viv Drewa is a Michigan native who has enjoyed reading and writing since 1963. Though she studied medicinal chemistry at the University of Michigan, her passion has always been writing. She had been awarded third place for her nonfiction short story about her grandfather's escape from Poland. Later, she rewrote this story and was published in the "Polish American Journal" as "From the Pages of Grandfather's Life" and has republished it on Amazon.com as a short story. Viv took creative and journalism courses to help in her transition to fulfill her dream of becoming a writer. She worked as an intern for Port Huron's 'The Times Herald", and also wrote, edited and did the layout or the Blue Water Multiple Sclerosis newsletter "Thumb Prints." She also has a business promoting authors. Owl and Pussycat Book Promotions. Viv, her husband Bob and their cat Princess, live in Fort Gratiot, Michigan.

2 comments on “Sea Witch by Helen Hollick

  1. Thanks for re-bloggng, much appreciated. Just by coincidence I went to a talk at our village hall last night – subject: Barn Owls. I live in North Devon and we have lots of owls in the front garden and orchard out the back – mostly Tawnies. We’ve seen a couple of Barn Owls, but sadly, they are in decline. Fabulous to find your Blog… I see you also support indie authors? I’m managing editor for the Historical Novel Society Indie Reviews… and an Indie Author.
    Thanks again for re-blogging about Sea Witch, do let me know if you decide to read it (Happy to be a guest in my own right at any time)


    • You’re very welcome, Helen. Barn owls are my absolute favorite of all of them. I do plan on reading “Sea Witch” but I have so many books ahead of yours right now.
      Starting in March I’m going to have a weekly guest post and also feature a book review (not necessarily from the same author.) let me know if you’d like to be my first guest the first Wednesday in March. @v@ ❤


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