13 Coolest Superstitions for Friday the 13th

Welcome to the YA Indie Carnival. This week’s topic is Friday the 13th. Do you suffer from Paraskevidekatriaphobia (the fear of Friday the 13th)? If so, here’s a superstition refresher for good luck on one of the year’s unluckiest days.

13: When you move, throw your broom away. It is unlucky to bring an old broom into a new house.

12: When salt is spilled, toss it over your left shoulder quick to prevent the bad luck that spilled salt brings.

11. A sailor wearing an earring cannot drown.

10. Singing at the dinner table is bad luck. Continue reading “13 Coolest Superstitions for Friday the 13th”

YA Indie Carnival: Luck ‘O the Irish

Dixon gold coinTop ‘o the mornin’ to ye Carnival goers and welcome to the topic of the week from the Young Adult Indie Carnival. With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, this week’s topic is LUCK.

“Hey, that looks like the good luck charm that your Mom gave me before the showdown with Bov.” He examined it, “But this one’s a little different.”

“It’s called an Atlantis token.”

“Oh, so it’s magically lucky?”

In Of Sun & Moon, Colby’s first impression of an Atlantis token was that it was a lucky charm. We know it to be otherwise, but I have to admit that I do have a certain fondness for stories attached to lucky coins. One of my faves is Continue reading “YA Indie Carnival: Luck ‘O the Irish”