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How to Woo Witches was a book by written Mauricius Carneirus. Published by Merge, it was a number-one bestseller in over thirty-four countries, being described on its cover as a "worldwide phenomenon."
The book covered the "Carneirus Method" of approaching and attracting witches. It promised to teach wizards "12 simple ways" in which they could "master the approach" and "charm their way" with witches, including "wand control", "love potion cocktails," "spell strength," and "Latin spells and mantras." According to the book's cover, three million wizards had successfully employed the techniques it taught, and a money-back guarantee was offered to those who were not satisfied.
Behind the scenes
- This book has only been featured in the Harry Potter films. However, it was presumably based on Twelve Fail-Safe Ways to Charm Witches, which Ron Weasley gave to Harry Potter for his birthday in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.