Coven of the Courtesan by Yolanda Shoshana‏

Yolanda Shoshana ("Shoshi") is a BadAss Bruja, Celebrity Clairvoyant, Courtesan Curator, and Author. She helps people have amazing love, toe curling sex, and unleash their magick.

Shoshi is the creatrix of Bruja Bespoke, an apothecary for bodacious and sensuous women. When not creating, conjuring, or interviewing, she can be found officiating wedding ceremonies around New York.


Coven of the Courtesan follows a coven of witches in New York City who bring back the magick and art of the courtesan. Come on the adventures of Bast, Lola, and Pixie as they take you on a journey that looks like Charmed meets Sex in the City.

Coven of the Courtesan, Book 1- The Courtesan Chronicles Series

Bast Buchanan is about to become CEO of Spellbound Entertainment until the Ewing family swoops down and buys the company. She never saw this coming.

Ramennis Ewing expects to run his father’s new conquest and take over the family media empire. He is ready to prove there is more to him than what is in the press.

When Bast is asked to work side by side with roving playboy, Ramennis, can she continue to keep her guard up with this new enemy, one of the sexiest men she has ever met or does her coven have to open up a can of power of three on him. Just who will seduce whom?

*The mixed media novelette series contains real magick and spells.

Q) What inspired you to write this story?
What inspired me to write Coven of the Courtesan was the need for real witches and magick in books. Most things show witches as dark and evil, which is not true. My books are my way to write something sexy, plus show off real magick and spells. I channel all of the spells so they can be used in daily life.

Q) How long did it take you to write?
It all depends. If I am on a good writing groove where the words are flowing it is within a few hours that I can finish something. If my mind is having a bout of “creative ADD” I get distracted for a bit, normally for a day or two then I bring myself back to writing.

Q) What is your favorite thing about writing?
My favorite thing about writing is bringing characters to life and people identifying with them. It is s thrill when people come up to me to talk about my characters. Makes all the long hours on the laptop totally worth it.

Q) What is your least favorite thing about writing?
My least favorite thing would be wanting to have story completed even though I am no where near the end of completion. It is like having a finished story in my head but it’s not done on paper.

Q) If you could be any famous person for one day, who would you be and why?
I would be Pink, because she is the bomb. She speaks her mind and is wicked talented. I also would love to hang from the ceiling like that and sing my heart out. She also not a bad actress.

Q) What is the oldest thing in your fridge and how old is it?
The oldest thing in my fridge is some chocolate that I found left over from Christmas time. Normally chocolate doesn’t stand a chance in my fridge, this piece got lucky and survived.

Q) What can readers expect from you in the future?
Readers can expect more from The Courtesan Chronicles and a new series about rich and famous witches on the Upper East Side plus a sexy self help book about blowjobs. I will also keep creating magickal perfume potions products inspired by my characters.                                                                                                
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