Welcome back from the long weekend. To ease you back into work, we have three sets of two books — The Hawkweed Prophecy and its recently released sequel The Hawkweed Legacy — to give away today!

Want the deets? Let’s flip The Hawkweed Prophecy over and read the back, shall we? (I feel like the description for the sequel is a bit spoiler-y, so I don’t want to do that to you.)

Poppy Hooper and Ember Hawkweed couldn’t lead more different lives. Poppy is a troubled teen: moving from school to school, causing chaos wherever she goes, never making friends or lasting connections. Ember is a young witch, struggling to find a place within her coven and prove her worth. Both are outsiders: feeling like they don’t belong and seeking escape.

Poppy and Ember soon become friends, and secretly share knowledge of their two worlds. Little do they know that destiny has brought them together: an ancient prophecy, and a life-changing betrayal. Growing closer, they begin to understand why they’ve never belonged and the reason they are now forever connected to each other.

Switched at birth by the scheming witch Raven Hawkweed, Poppy and Ember must come to terms with their true identities and fight for their own place in the world. Enter Leo, a homeless boy with a painful past who – befriending them both – tests their love and loyalty. Can Poppy and Ember’s friendship survive? And can it withstand the dark forces that are gathering?

SO MANY QUESTIONS! I suspect the sequel has some answers, too. Sounds fun and juicy, no? And it’s always nice to read a book and then be able to read its sequel IMMEDIATELY.

THE TASK: I’ll be picking the winners at random, but please comment and tell us your favorite fictional witch.

THE RULES: All entries must be posted in the comments of this post by 9 p.m. Pacific time on Friday.  FYI, if this is the first time you’ve commented here, the system will automatically kick you into comment moderation, but don’t worry, I will rescue you. (Prizing courtesy of the author. Open to US residents only. GFY uses affiliate links when appropriate — like the one to Amazon in this post — which means we earn a little money when you click through and/or buy stuff. Thank you!)