How do you say "Witch Song & Witch Born" in French?
Posted by Amber L Argyle at 7:11 AM Wednesday, July 9, 2014
They will publish both Witch Song and Witch Born, and they have plans to acquire Witch Rising and Witch Fall in the future.
That means Witch Song will be published in 3 languages (Indonesian, English, and French!). It brings me so much joy to know that something I created can be shared with so many people, whom I could never touch any other way.
Also, does anyone know what the phrase below says?
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