Chapter 2

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The end of the school day couldn't have come soon enough for Andi. Classes had seriously dragged. Her world history teacher had given them a pop quiz on the Renaissance era. And they'd been serving fish sticks in the cafeteria.

Fish sticks.

In other words, it had been a triple-whammy day.

And to add insult to injury, she'd felt off ever since that morning. Her body was tingly all over—and not in a good way.

Maybe she was getting sick.

As soon as she got home, Andi hauled herself over to a mirror hanging on the back of her bedroom door and looked at herself. No visible dark lines under her eyes. No puffiness of a cold. She opened her mouth and stuck out her tongue. No redness in the back of her throat.

So what was this feeling she had?

Thinking she might just need a pick-me-up, Andi plugged her phone into the docking station beside her bed and turned on her favorite playlist.

"Music," Andi said to herself out loud. "Music makes everything better."

Almost instantly, loud girl-band tunes blared from her speakers, filling the formerly silent room with some much-needed noise. Andi bopped her head along to the song and then started jumping around crazily as if she were in a mosh pit.

Her moshing only lasted a few seconds though, before she stumbled over something lying on the ground. With nothing around her to grab onto, Andi let out a strangled cry as she crashed to the floor.


Thank gosh she had carpet, because otherwise she'd have been toast.

Andi looked in the direction of her feet—the ones Maddie had deemed Big-Foot-like—to see what she'd fallen over. A graffitied pair of sneakers stared back at her accusingly. A foot away from them lay her skateboard. Kitty-corner to that was a pile of dirty clothes.

So, her room wasn't exactly what others would describe as "organized." Andi didn't think it was that bad. She could still see parts of the carpet, after all.

But Andi knew what her mom would say if she saw her junk lying everywhere. She said it practically every time she walked past her bedroom door. She'd call it a pigsty and threaten to give everything away to charity.


Andi sighed and crawled over to the pair of sneakers and tucked them under her arm. Then, she grabbed her skateboard and walked them both over to her closet, and threw them inside. Her mom rarely checked her closet. If she had, she'd have seen that it was even more of a disaster area than her room.

Continuing to clean up her things, Andi began to sing along with the music that was now blasting from her phone.

"I never want to see a day, when the sky is anything but grey," Andi crooned, moving her feet to the beat.

The sound of thunder suddenly boomed in the distance, causing Andi to turn her head to her bedroom window. She walked over to the clear glass and peered outside. The previously sunny sky had turned dark and harsh, like it was about to storm.

"Weird," Andi muttered before going back to singing and cleaning. "Nothing ever looks the same, but we've got no one to blame!"

Andi caught a flash of something out of the corner of her eye and jerked her head around, only to find her own reflection staring back at her in the mirror. She let out a sigh of relief. For a second, she'd thought someone had snuck in while she was dancing around her room. If they had, they would've caught her doing two things uncharacteristic of her: cleaning and singing in public. And then she would've had to try to convince them not to reveal what they'd seen.

Andi was just about to turn her attention back to what she'd been doing, when she noticed something strange. She cocked her head to the side and studied her outfit.

She was no longer wearing her school uniform.

Andi froze. Had she changed as soon as she'd gotten home and just didn't remember it? It was entirely possible. She'd wanted to forget everything about her horrid day, so maybe...she had? Through the power of positive thinking?

Andi shook her head.

"My mom was right," she said in disbelief. "Thinking positive does work!"

A new song came on then, another that Andi knew by heart, and she started to belt it out at the top of her lungs.

"Wish I could disappear, there's so much I should fear. My life's turned upside down, and I won't wear that more!" Andi screeched, closing her eyes dramatically as she delivered the angsty lines.

After performing a few air guitar solos, the noise in the room died down and Andi collapsed onto her bed, exhausted but happy for the first time that day. Laughing at her own horrible singing voice, she opened her eyes and stared up at the ceiling.

Only, she wasn't staring at the ceiling. Well, she was, but the ceiling now appeared to be her floor, as it was currently located below her and she was suspended upside down. Andi gasped and clung to the bed, suddenly afraid she'd fall and smack the ground below. It wouldn't matter how cushy her carpet was then; she knew it would hurt.

"Hello?" Andi called out, even though she knew no one else was home. "A little help here?"


Hey guys!

Brittany Geragotelis here, (AKA, Brittany the Book Slayer) and I'm the author of the popular Wattpad series LIFE'S A WITCH, as well as a few other titles exclusive to the site (SUDDENLY STARLET, FATE RELOADED, KISS & SELL, THE QUAD SQUAD and PAINLESS).

Anyway, as some of you may know, I got my start right here on Wattpad after penning a paranormal action book about a girl who was a direct-descendent of Bridget Bishop, the first woman killed in the Salem Witch Trials. The story was all about magic and crushes and girl power—all things that I can't seem to get enough of apparently, because...

...I've recently had the pleasure of working with some really cool peeps (you may have heard of them...Nickelodeon!!!) on a fan-fiction piece for the super-cute, super-fun and super awesome show, "Every Witch Way."

But why write fan-fiction about this show, of all shows, you might ask? Well, duh! Because "EWW" is also about magic, crushes and girl power—which makes it totally my thing! (Can you believe I get paid to do this?!?! I know, I can hardly believe it, either! My life is pretty magical, TBH.)

Trust me, they didn't have to ask me twice. I was in from the start.

So, here it is; my novella inspired by the incredible world of "Every Witch Way!" If you like what you read, please:

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I hope you like flipping the sWITCH...and that you have as magical a time reading it as I did writing it!



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