Meet Spring Whitethorne, Kitchen Witch & Cloverhand… – Nyx Halliwell Author

Meet Spring Whitethorne, Kitchen Witch & Cloverhand…

Godfrey: Meow, my purrfectly cool friends! Today, we welcome Spring Whitethorne to From the Cauldron with Yours Truly <Cheshire grin> Spring, tell us how did you get your name?

Spring: I was born in the spring, the last of the four of us sisters, and Mom was big on using the seasons of our birth. I’m definitely named after my favorite one! I love spring so much with all the fresh, new beginnings.

God: Enlighten my awesome readers about your special skills and talents.

Spring: I’m a kitchen, or green, witch. I love spending as much time as I can in nature and the kitchen. Growing herbs and flowers is my passion, and I create specialty products for our Lotions, Potions, and Herbs line at Conjure, our metaphysical store. I’m also a big baker, so I make yummy treats like breads, muffins, and cookies, too.

God: And your magickal skills?

Spring: I can freeze people—mostly it’s an automatic reaction in stressful situations, so I’m still learning to control that. I also read tea leaves, and I’m a cloverhand—someone who communicates with fairies.

God: Interesting. What kind of messages do you receive from tea leaves?

Spring: Usually future events. For instance, I recently read Tristan McGregor, Raven Falls’ police chief’s, leaves. It wasn’t good.

God: What did you see?

Spring <biting her bottom lip>: A Grim.

God: For those who don’t know what that is, could you describe it?

Spring: It’s usually a black dog, sometimes thought to be a hellhound. It portends a person’s death. But don’t worry, I’m going to keep Tristan safe. Plus, there’s a big secret about him that I’m keeping…one that’s going to come out sooner or later. <leaning in and lowering her voice> He’s a shifter, but he doesn’t know it!

God: So you talk to fairies and see Grims. Have you been sniffing too much sage?

Spring <laughs>: I wish! It’s great for clearing negative energies, but no. Fairies are real and they leave me gifts. In fact, they, along with all the animals in the forest behind the shop, commune with me at times. They warn me of approaching danger or reassure me when things are safe and sound.

God: Do you believe in love? Soulmates?

Spring <blushing>: Yes, of course.

God: Have you found *the one*?

Spring: Maybe…but he doesn’t believe in magick. Gonna be a tough sell to get him interested in me, I’m afraid.

God: What is your biggest goal in life?

Spring: Heavy questions! I guess I just want the freedom to be myself. To not have to suppress my innate magick or pretend to be someone I’m not in order to find a great guy and live happily ever after with him and my sisters.

God: What makes you happy?

Spring: That’s easy! My sisters, magick, and food! J Also, Tristan. <silly grin>

God <rolling his eyes>: Thank you for joining us today on the blog. Good luck with that portent about the chief, and oh, by the way, when are you getting that familiar of yours to shut up? He drives me crazy!

Spring <chuckling>: Hoax is one of a kind, that’s for sure, but I don’t think even the power of the four Whitethorne sisters can ever keep the Irish curses from rolling out of his mouth. Thanks for having me, Godfrey. See you at the shop!

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See you next time on From the Cauldron with Godfrey!! 🐾💚🐾

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