Laced with BS
Today’s entry comes from the book Laced With Magic of the crapity-crap-crap, who-gives-a-crap (Sugar Maple Chronicles) series by Barbara Bretton.
From the NLS Annotation:
Part-sorceress, Chloe Hobbs, from Casting Spells, discovers that her boyfriend Luke was once married and had a daughter, Steffie, who died two years ago. Chloe wants to help Luke with Steffie’s spirit but also fears for the town’s safety. Some strong language and some descriptions of sex. 2009.
This book was written in a post-Harry Potter world so I’m going to call BS right off. How is a person going to be “part-sorceress?” Sorcerers aren’t an ethnicity. You can’t be part-one. You are either a sorceress or you are a mortal (or Muggle, if you will). Period. And besides, it says on book one that she is the daughter of a sorcerer not a sorceress, so, like, is she part sorcerer, or was her dad, the assumed sorcerer, a transvestite or MTF post-transition? Get your damn masculines and feminines straight people…this matters.
And besides, who cares whether or not her dad wore dresses. If she does magic (or witchcraft) then she is a sorcerer or sorceress–she can’t be only “part” magic. You either are of your aren’t. No “parts.”
Thanks, that’s all.