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- Girl's Guide to Witchcraft 545 copies, 25 reviews
- The Glasswrights' Apprentice 540 copies, 11 reviews
- The Glasswrights' Progress 342 copies, 6 reviews
- The Glasswrights' Journeyman 283 copies, 3 reviews
- Sorcery and the Single Girl 268 copies, 9 reviews
- The Glasswrights' Test 229 copies, 1 review
- The Glasswrights' Master 192 copies, 3 reviews
- Magic And The Modern Girl (Red Dress Ink) 191 copies, 10 reviews
- Perfect Pitch 142 copies, 37 reviews
- Season of Sacrifice 111 copies, 2 reviews
- How Not to Make a Wish 106 copies, 17 reviews
- Darkbeast 69 copies, 14 reviews
- Fly Me to the Moon [novella] 56 copies, 30 reviews
- Single Witch's Survival Guide 47 copies, 21 reviews
- When Good Wishes Go Bad 45 copies, 5 reviews
- Nevertheless, She Persisted: A Book View Café Anthology (Editor; Contributor) 40 copies, 19 reviews
- Reaching First 39 copies, 29 reviews
- Catching Hell 38 copies, 28 reviews
- Third Degree 38 copies, 25 reviews
- Second Thoughts 37 copies, 28 reviews
- Center Stage 37 copies, 24 reviews
- Joy of Witchcraft 35 copies, 22 reviews
- Always Right 35 copies, 26 reviews
- Stopping Short 34 copies, 28 reviews
- Capitol Magic 33 copies, 2 reviews
- To Wish or Not to Wish (As You Wish) 33 copies, 3 reviews
- Darkbeast Rebellion 33 copies, 10 reviews
- The Library, the Witch, and the Warder (Washington Warders Book 1) 32 copies, 20 reviews
- From Left Field 31 copies, 19 reviews
- Fright Court 29 copies, 2 reviews
- Law and Murder (Fright Court) (Volume 2) 29 copies, 18 reviews
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Mindy Klasky learned to read when her parents shoved a book in her hands and told her that she could travel anywhere in the world through stories. She never forgot that advice.
Mindy's travels took her through multiple careers. After graduating from Princeton University, Mindy considered becoming a professional stage manager or a rabbi. Ultimately, though, she settled on being a lawyer, working as a litigator at a large Washington firm. When she realized that lawyering kept her from writing (and dating and sleeping and otherwise living a normal life), Mindy became a librarian, managing large law firm libraries. Mindy now writes full time.
For years, Mindy's dating life was a travel extravaganza as well. She balanced twenty-eight first dates in one year, selecting eligible gentlemen from sources as varied as Washingtonian magazine ads, Single Volunteers of D.C., and supposedly-certain recommendations from best friends. Ultimately, she swore off the dating scene entirely. After two years of carefully-enforced datelessness, she made one last foray onto Match.com, where she met her husband – on her first match.
Mindy's travels have also taken her through various literary genres. In addition to her Red Dress Ink and Mira books, Mindy has written numerous short stories and six traditional fantasy novels, including the award-winning, best-selling The Glasswrights' Apprentice.
In her spare time, Mindy quilts, cooks, and tries to tame the endless to-be-read shelf in her home library. Her husband and cats do their best to fill the left-over minutes.
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