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Clarissa Lawrence’s lifelong dream of being a witch living in a magical realm came true when she learned she was descended from a powerful witch. Those dreams are shattered now that she has been drained of her magic. She doesn’t know if she will ever be able to cast spells again, let alone survive teaching juvenile delinquent students who can hex her. As if living without Clarissa Lawrence’s lifelong dream of being a witch living in a magical realm came true when she learned she was descended from a powerful witch. Those dreams are shattered now that she has been drained of her magic. She doesn’t know if she will ever be able to cast spells again, let alone survive teaching juvenile delinquent students who can hex her. As if living without magic isn’t horrible enough, Clarissa’s job is threatened by budget cuts, teachers hate her more than ever for releasing a demon in the dungeon of the school like her mother had, and evil Fae want to kidnap her because they think she can solve their problems. Unless Clarissa can figure out how to get her magic back, return Khaba as dean of discipline of the school, and help Womby’s increase its budget, she might not have a job at all. Her situation only grows more complicated when she realizes the man she once loved wants her dead, and she must trust a Fae enemy to help her solve some of these problems. For the remaining problems, she’s going to need a lot of luck.


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Clarissa Lawrence’s lifelong dream of being a witch living in a magical realm came true when she learned she was descended from a powerful witch. Those dreams are shattered now that she has been drained of her magic. She doesn’t know if she will ever be able to cast spells again, let alone survive teaching juvenile delinquent students who can hex her. As if living without Clarissa Lawrence’s lifelong dream of being a witch living in a magical realm came true when she learned she was descended from a powerful witch. Those dreams are shattered now that she has been drained of her magic. She doesn’t know if she will ever be able to cast spells again, let alone survive teaching juvenile delinquent students who can hex her. As if living without magic isn’t horrible enough, Clarissa’s job is threatened by budget cuts, teachers hate her more than ever for releasing a demon in the dungeon of the school like her mother had, and evil Fae want to kidnap her because they think she can solve their problems. Unless Clarissa can figure out how to get her magic back, return Khaba as dean of discipline of the school, and help Womby’s increase its budget, she might not have a job at all. Her situation only grows more complicated when she realizes the man she once loved wants her dead, and she must trust a Fae enemy to help her solve some of these problems. For the remaining problems, she’s going to need a lot of luck.

30 review for Budget Cuts for the Dark Arts and Crafts

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary Standeven

    I was supposed to be working, doing maths, replying to emails – all sorts of things. Just one little chapter wouldn’t hurt. Then Womby addiction took hold – and 5 hours later another excellent book was finished. At the end of the last book Derrick turned evil and drained Clarissa. She freed Khaba, who then exploded out of the school, leaving chaos and destruction behind. And now everyone (or almost everyone) hates her, including Josie. Clarissa (remarkably) still has her job, but wonders what use I was supposed to be working, doing maths, replying to emails – all sorts of things. Just one little chapter wouldn’t hurt. Then Womby addiction took hold – and 5 hours later another excellent book was finished. At the end of the last book Derrick turned evil and drained Clarissa. She freed Khaba, who then exploded out of the school, leaving chaos and destruction behind. And now everyone (or almost everyone) hates her, including Josie. Clarissa (remarkably) still has her job, but wonders what use she will be: “If I couldn’t use magic, that meant I was defenceless against soul-sucking Fae, homicidal students, and teachers who probably wanted to kill me.” Periwinkle and Thatch are still an item: “Kitten? Gross. They were the sappiest, most barf-worthy couple I’d ever met. Periwinkle batted her eyelashes.” There is another new member of staff – Dean Dean, an Australian werekoala – as a replacement for Khaba. At his first introduction to the staff, he has the female tutors all drooling: “He was sexy in the way Sean Connery and Patrick Stewart had been, the paternal equivalent of a MILF. FILF didn’t sound right.” However, Thatch remains unimpressed with Dean Dean’s claims of expertise in warding, and unfortunately is soon proven right. Luckily, Pinkie is on the ball, and with a pertinent reminder about the idiocy of speciesism, shows why you should never judge sasquatch by his smell, nor underestimate his abilities. Even Vega is impressed – and that really says something. Clarissa has to change her opinions of several people over the course of the book – and they of her. In particular, Gertrude Periwinkle and Clarissa manage to sort out their differences, and to even become friends. All the Womby books so far have been great – but this was probably the best. All good teachers want to provide their pupils with skills that will keep them safe and allow them to flourish in the outside world. But, for most teachers and pupils (in the morty world), it is not a matter of life and death, if a pupil does not pay heed to their teacher – at Womby it is. In this book the dangers that the Fae present are made all too clear, and it is only thanks to the heroism and self-sacrifice of staff members (and some pupils) that not more students end up dead. There were any number of very emotional scenes in this book, that had me weeping. The pace was breakneck, the characters compelling, some scenes heart-breaking – but still with space for humour. I could not put it down. Five stars is not enough. Very highly recommended, without reservation.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Judith

    Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for allowing me to read this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Having read the first two books in this series I wondered whether jumping into this one without reading those in between would leave me confused but I needn't have worried as there is enough explanation here to fill in the gaps. Clarissa lurches from disaster to disaster with little hope of truly understanding who she is and who she can trust in a world of magic when she has none and everyone Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for allowing me to read this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Having read the first two books in this series I wondered whether jumping into this one without reading those in between would leave me confused but I needn't have worried as there is enough explanation here to fill in the gaps. Clarissa lurches from disaster to disaster with little hope of truly understanding who she is and who she can trust in a world of magic when she has none and everyone seems to want to own her. Sarina Dorie keeps her readers intrigued and keen to read more by keeping each instalment relatively short and leaving Clarissa on the proverbial cliff edge with no obvious way of escaping her doomed future. Well worth reading.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lenka

    Clarissa won’t disappoint in this book. She managed to embarrass herself often and makes you laugh out loud. But then she will surprise you with how mature and caring she can be. I love all the confusion that love life can bring and the author definitely won’t disappoint. She brings more and more drama and complications.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Stan Hutchings

    The continuing adventures of Clarissa, the witchkin *supposedly* without magic. Note: I asked to be a pre-pub proofreader, so I got a free copy. I'd have bought it anyway. Hopefully, you have also read the previous 6 books in the series, because this book really builds on what went before. Clarissa's now in a new school year with even less magic, since her affinity was sucked dry by her boyfriend, Derrick. That left her dead for a few moments, until she was revived by Thatch (NOT resurrected! No The continuing adventures of Clarissa, the witchkin *supposedly* without magic. Note: I asked to be a pre-pub proofreader, so I got a free copy. I'd have bought it anyway. Hopefully, you have also read the previous 6 books in the series, because this book really builds on what went before. Clarissa's now in a new school year with even less magic, since her affinity was sucked dry by her boyfriend, Derrick. That left her dead for a few moments, until she was revived by Thatch (NOT resurrected! No necromancy allowed!). She's teaching art again, and her favorite students Imani, Greenie, Hailey and Maddy, are again in her class. Unfortunately, she is persona non grata with most of the faculty after setting Khaba free in a blaze of fire that almost destroyed the school. The rejuvenated librarian, Miss Periwinkle, is insanely jealous of Clarissa and Thatch. Her roommate, Vega Bloodmire, wants her dead so she can have the room to herself. The Raven Queen wants her for unspeakably wicked evil purposes. Clarissa bounces from one misadventure to another, surviving by sheer good luck and miracles. Many previous acquaintances reappear, along with some new characters, including a possible new love interest. It's a fun read, lots of humor, good dialog and realistic teacher-student-faculty-budget issues (except for everyone but Clarissa being accomplished or apprentice witchkin). Looking forward to the next installment.

  5. 4 out of 5

    wonderfullyweird88

    This is the seventh book in Sarina Dorie’s Womby's School for Wayward Witches series. The author has intended for the books to be read out of order but I prefer to see the story develop chronologically. I am in love with this series. I read all current books in this series back to back. Clarissa is recovering after her magic was drained at the end of the last book. The teachers despise her even more after she, unfortunately, set the Dean of Discipline free and he destroyed part of the school. Not This is the seventh book in Sarina Dorie’s Womby's School for Wayward Witches series. The author has intended for the books to be read out of order but I prefer to see the story develop chronologically. I am in love with this series. I read all current books in this series back to back. Clarissa is recovering after her magic was drained at the end of the last book. The teachers despise her even more after she, unfortunately, set the Dean of Discipline free and he destroyed part of the school. Not only are they now down a staff member but Clarissa has lost one of her only friends. Now she is trying to find her friend regain her magic and oh yeah the man she thought she loved wants her dead. She has also gained the attention of the Silver Court so now she has two evil Fae courts after her. I really loved this book. Clarissa is still the dorky fantasy obsessed heroine trying to navigate through a world that carries so many risks. As the series progresses we learn more about the wide array of supporting characters and there is still plenty left to learn.i really miss Khaba, he was an excellent character and hopefully he isn’t gone for long. This book like all books in the series is heavily influenced by Harry Potter. While it appears to be a young adult book the series features sexual scenarios that are not age appropriate. Each book is a continuation of Clarissa's journey and storylines flow through each one, while minor issues are resolved in each book they all end without total resolution so you need to stick with the series. I was offered some of the books for review which is how I discovered this series but I did go back to the beginning, some are available on kindle unlimited and others I purchased.  I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Shoshanah Lila

    Budget Cuts for the Dark Arts and Crafts by Sarina Dorie -Wombys #7 [new adult, PN, school, political/relationships, death, duress, dubious concent/mind control] Clarissa and the rest of the school are recovering from the damage and losses of book 6. She is also forced to work on her magical education without the benefit or possibly complication of having enough affinity magic to acctually DO anything with it. She must rely on her wits, bravery, and "Morti skills" instead while navigating school Budget Cuts for the Dark Arts and Crafts by Sarina Dorie -Wombys #7 [new adult, PN, school, political/relationships, death, duress, dubious concent/mind control] Clarissa and the rest of the school are recovering from the damage and losses of book 6. She is also forced to work on her magical education without the benefit or possibly complication of having enough affinity magic to acctually DO anything with it. She must rely on her wits, bravery, and "Morti skills" instead while navigating school and Fae politics along with grief and other interpersonal relationships with students, staff and possible romantic intrests while remaing employed. I wonder why is it that she isn't asked to teach Morti skills along with or instead of her fine art classes? After all, she lived like one until she came to Wombys School. Maybe that is yet another oversite by Puck and Principal B. the guidence councilor? In this next installment (year two for Clarissa) we meet members of another Fae Court, the Silver. As mentioned above, she must rely on her wits, bravado, and memory of her half-hour crash-course on Fae etiquette to keep her out of trouble, which is fast becoming her middle name. 🤓 This has been voluntary feedback of a *Prolific Works Epub file.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Disney14604

    Did not want to put this book down. Why do we have to sleep? I really tried to read it all at once but my body would not let me. GRRR!! Love the series and always looking forward to more. Clarissa is upset that her magic is drained. But I just realized that she has a magic that is so different for all the other magic around her. It is a better. I think that the Fae prince sees it but his culture does not know what to do with it. Now you are wondering what the heck? You will need to read the book t Did not want to put this book down. Why do we have to sleep? I really tried to read it all at once but my body would not let me. GRRR!! Love the series and always looking forward to more. Clarissa is upset that her magic is drained. But I just realized that she has a magic that is so different for all the other magic around her. It is a better. I think that the Fae prince sees it but his culture does not know what to do with it. Now you are wondering what the heck? You will need to read the book to see what I am talking about. Note that I started this series mid stride and have continued with it. I still have to find time to read the early books that I am mi8ssing so I can get the fine details down. The trying to adapt to a different culture with n o knowledge is an everyday lesson that we all go through. The Fae world is an example. what about the Sasquatch world, goblin, brownie, etc.., any of this sound like our world with just different labels? Just made that connection as i was trying to figure out what to say for the book. This is my honest and freely given review. I received an ARC book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Helgaleena Healingline

    Even though our heroine Clarissa has been cheated out of a happily ever after yet again, there is still so much for her to live for, especially when she gets so much love from her students. It's time to save them from the wiles of the Silver Court when the new head of security, Dean Dean, turns out to be a dud at creating wards around the school after djinn Khaba's disastrous departure. Since her affair with still-cursed Derrick left her drained of magic, she's going to have to use her wits, wit Even though our heroine Clarissa has been cheated out of a happily ever after yet again, there is still so much for her to live for, especially when she gets so much love from her students. It's time to save them from the wiles of the Silver Court when the new head of security, Dean Dean, turns out to be a dud at creating wards around the school after djinn Khaba's disastrous departure. Since her affair with still-cursed Derrick left her drained of magic, she's going to have to use her wits, with help from her fellow teachers, especially Vega and Mr. Pinkie. As usual, I couldn't put the book down, even as her heart is teased by a third love interest to join the absent Derrick and the the infuriating Felix Thatch-- falling into four hundred fifty third birthday flirtation with a cell-phone loving Elven hottie. I hear he's also in the next volume. https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-re...

  9. 4 out of 5

    Emily Waters

    When you think Clarissa couldn't possibly get into more crazy situations , Sarina Dorie proves you wrong. While I have seen many folk read these out of order, I have read them in sequence and loved watching the story and how it progresses. Clarissa is back at Womby's for another year, magic drained and is carrying a lot of emotional baggage. Friendships have changed, some have ended and the dynamics of some relationships have been even further altered. Clarissa, in this book, comes to some reali When you think Clarissa couldn't possibly get into more crazy situations , Sarina Dorie proves you wrong. While I have seen many folk read these out of order, I have read them in sequence and loved watching the story and how it progresses. Clarissa is back at Womby's for another year, magic drained and is carrying a lot of emotional baggage. Friendships have changed, some have ended and the dynamics of some relationships have been even further altered. Clarissa, in this book, comes to some realisations about her feelings for a certain someone but will she actually say it out loud? We also meet some new characters when the Silver Court makes an appearance and we are reunited with the unicorns once more. Clarissa also gets an unexpected visit that might help her heal and grow and hopefully change her focus. I look forward to starting book 8 and seeing what unfolds.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sherri

    *** I received an advanced e-copy from the author in exchange for my honest review I am a huge fan of this series. This latest novel did not disappoint. In this book, Clarissa is getting the cold shoulder from all of the teachers because of the destruction she caused when she released a demon in the dungeon. As she tries to mend friendships and recover her magic, she also has to deal with a fae prince and his father who has taken an interest in Clarissa. If you are looking for a book that will ke *** I received an advanced e-copy from the author in exchange for my honest review I am a huge fan of this series. This latest novel did not disappoint. In this book, Clarissa is getting the cold shoulder from all of the teachers because of the destruction she caused when she released a demon in the dungeon. As she tries to mend friendships and recover her magic, she also has to deal with a fae prince and his father who has taken an interest in Clarissa. If you are looking for a book that will keep you laughing, if you are a fan of Harry Potter-isms, or if you just like fantasy books in general then this is the book (and series) for you!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Georganne

    Clarissa Lawrence was in her second year at Womby’s School for Wayward Wtches. She lost her magic and now has to learn how to survive without it. Most of the students and teachers stay away from her, treating her with contempt and ill will, but Ms. Lawrence is a kindly person. All she wants is to be like everyone else, but all she does is step from mishap to another. She gets involved because she cares, but it always turns into trouble. A cute story of a young lady trying her best to follow the Clarissa Lawrence was in her second year at Womby’s School for Wayward Wtches. She lost her magic and now has to learn how to survive without it. Most of the students and teachers stay away from her, treating her with contempt and ill will, but Ms. Lawrence is a kindly person. All she wants is to be like everyone else, but all she does is step from mishap to another. She gets involved because she cares, but it always turns into trouble. A cute story of a young lady trying her best to follow the rules but somehow everything turns the other direction. Sometimes dark but mostly hilariously funny.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Brad

    Great Descriptions to Guide Imagination One of the more interesting aspects of this writer’s style is the great written descriptions. They made it easy to visualize the characters and the environments in the story. The plot line has similarities to the previous story. Our protagonist sticks her neck out to help others and then has to rely on her non magical skills to save the ensuing mess. The pace is good and the story keeps you interested. These books can be read out of order, but it makes it ea Great Descriptions to Guide Imagination One of the more interesting aspects of this writer’s style is the great written descriptions. They made it easy to visualize the characters and the environments in the story. The plot line has similarities to the previous story. Our protagonist sticks her neck out to help others and then has to rely on her non magical skills to save the ensuing mess. The pace is good and the story keeps you interested. These books can be read out of order, but it makes it easier to start from the beginning.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Wertz

    I love this series. I love all the characters in this book. I really like Clarissa and how she grows and develops with each book. I am really getting to love the character more with each book in the series. Clarissa shows such strength and courage in this book. The book was so difficult to put down. I just wanted to keeping reading until the end. The book is well written and so descriptive that you can just picture everything. I highly recommend this book series. I can't wait to read the next bo I love this series. I love all the characters in this book. I really like Clarissa and how she grows and develops with each book. I am really getting to love the character more with each book in the series. Clarissa shows such strength and courage in this book. The book was so difficult to put down. I just wanted to keeping reading until the end. The book is well written and so descriptive that you can just picture everything. I highly recommend this book series. I can't wait to read the next book in the series.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    This chapter is the best yet. Clarissa' is seduced by Ms. Periwinkle. Being caught by Mr. Thatch is overly embarrassing. Then the Fae King shows up with presents. If anyone accepts them they belong to the fae court. And four of the children did. And if you know Clarissa then you know she won't let that stand. She offers herself in exchange for them. So she's off to the ball. To find out what happens next you'll have to read the book. I received a Free copy of this book and chose to review it. This chapter is the best yet. Clarissa' is seduced by Ms. Periwinkle. Being caught by Mr. Thatch is overly embarrassing. Then the Fae King shows up with presents. If anyone accepts them they belong to the fae court. And four of the children did. And if you know Clarissa then you know she won't let that stand. She offers herself in exchange for them. So she's off to the ball. To find out what happens next you'll have to read the book. I received a Free copy of this book and chose to review it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Barb Foerst

    Clarissa is back at the start of a new year at Womby's school. The new dean is Dean Dean from down under. Everything seems to be just a little stranger than normal. The new Dean seems to have trouble keeping the school warded and the Fae King slips in. With several students at danger, Clarissa volunteers to attend a Fae party. What could go wrong. This is my favorite of these books so far. Can't wait for the next book! Clarissa is back at the start of a new year at Womby's school. The new dean is Dean Dean from down under. Everything seems to be just a little stranger than normal. The new Dean seems to have trouble keeping the school warded and the Fae King slips in. With several students at danger, Clarissa volunteers to attend a Fae party. What could go wrong. This is my favorite of these books so far. Can't wait for the next book!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Donna Ann Sutcliffe

    Wow this book was amazing. Still feeling after losing Khaba and Derek, Clarrisa really is alone and even Josie does not want her around. Thank goodness for Pinky in so many instances in this book. This book is fast paced with a new deadlier fae to worry about. With untrustworthy people at each turn who can our dear witch trust. To make matters worse she has no magic to protect herself. This is an amazing book I did not want to put it down and I am desperately waiting the next book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Must Read Sequel in a Great Series! I loved this well written book. Tricks, magic, unicorns, Fae, and love make up a wonderful story with twist, turns and crazy accidents. Like all schools, budget cuts have just about killed all art and music programs through out the world Womby's is the same. Until a guardian angel sends supplies to support the budding artists in the at-risk magical school. Cliffhanger ending that makes me wait on tender-hooks for the next book of the series. Must Read Sequel in a Great Series! I loved this well written book. Tricks, magic, unicorns, Fae, and love make up a wonderful story with twist, turns and crazy accidents. Like all schools, budget cuts have just about killed all art and music programs through out the world Womby's is the same. Until a guardian angel sends supplies to support the budding artists in the at-risk magical school. Cliffhanger ending that makes me wait on tender-hooks for the next book of the series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Linda Collister

    How much trouble can a night with the fae be? Clarissa is still learning the rules so the faux pas she keeps committing get her in precarious situations with the fae. To save the students from the Silver Court she volunteers to take their place. What could go wrong. She just has to remember not to eat or drink fae food or offend anyone. She might be stuck there forever. A great read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    This is the second book I have read in this series, and I quite enjoyed it. Interesting to read stories from the perspective of a teacher in a school for witches, rather than the perspective of a student. I have downloaded the rest of the series, and will now go back to start with book one. I received an arc copy of this book and am voluntarily writing this honest review.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Goss

    Clarissa continues to teach art at Womby’s School for Wayward Witches. Budget cuts threaten her job, as art is usually the first cut made. Her relationships with fellow teachers runs hot and cold. They are usually annoyed with her. She advocates for her students and teaches them more than creativity. This series continues to have humor and Clarissa is a delight.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    Budget Cuts for the Dark Arts and Crafts is Book 7 in the Womby's School For Wayward Witches series. As Always, Clarissa is in the thick of things. She and company are on a rollercoaster ride. Will Clarissa be able to save the day? There are twists and turns a plenty that keep you turning pages. Love this book and series. Received an ARC and this is my voluntary and honest review. Budget Cuts for the Dark Arts and Crafts is Book 7 in the Womby's School For Wayward Witches series. As Always, Clarissa is in the thick of things. She and company are on a rollercoaster ride. Will Clarissa be able to save the day? There are twists and turns a plenty that keep you turning pages. Love this book and series. Received an ARC and this is my voluntary and honest review.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    It seems even magical schools have politics, budget, and staffing problems to contend with. Trust is also a hard thing to come by. Throw in the tricky Fae, and it’s a diplomatic nightmare where you have to watch every word you say and action you take. I really enjoyed this story

  23. 5 out of 5

    BarbaraH

    Love this series and this is the best yet! After losing her magical powers she needs to keep this hidden from others as it will be dangerous for her. Then the evil Fae show up and invite her to a ball, but trickery abounds.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    Another in the series of smash hits. I enjoy this series. If you wanted to be a wizard this might not be the best blueprint to follow .lol This is a fun read. lots of drama, some humor, some quirkiness. lots of magical critters. very fun cant wait to see where the series goes from here

  25. 5 out of 5

    Catha Reese

    Great story I love this book, the characters are so real and the story of witchkins and Fea is just awesome. Who do I want to see Miss Lawrance with? You got a fan. Catha Watkins Reese

  26. 4 out of 5

    Selena

    Great read Addicting I never want to put my Kindle down when I start reading Sarina Dorie's books. This one was one of the best can't wait to start the next one!!! Great story and characters. Great read Addicting I never want to put my Kindle down when I start reading Sarina Dorie's books. This one was one of the best can't wait to start the next one!!! Great story and characters.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Wendy Beachley

    Absolutely Amazing Just when you think you have the good and the bad figured out something happens and you just aren't sure! Clarissa has her students, but I can't figure out who else is actually on her side, and I am so hooked!!!! Absolutely Amazing Just when you think you have the good and the bad figured out something happens and you just aren't sure! Clarissa has her students, but I can't figure out who else is actually on her side, and I am so hooked!!!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Poor Clarissa, you would think something would give...She would have friends, not do anything embarrassing, or finally figure out her love life. Alas, you will have to read the book to find out!! I am really enjoying this series!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jaime Andrews

    My goodness, this book takes some crazy turns I never saw coming. Old characters surprised the hell out of me and new characters had me angry, tickled, pissed and hopeful. All over the place. And oh, the last few pages...yes! So happy.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Lawrie

    The highs and lows for poor Clarissa continues. She still is pursuing the never ending quest to find Derrick As always there are some laugh out loud moments and moments of reflective sadness. A lovely written book and as always hugely entertaining.

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