Knitting and crocheting are my comfort crafts. I always have a pair of socks on the needles. (Even though my family is drowning in hand knit socks at this point.) I just love yarn and yarn crafts. When I saw Susie Gourlay’s new fiber arts themed oracle deck, I knew that I wanted a copy. […]
Book: Desire by Amanda Quick Genre: Historical Romantic Suspense Rating: 4 Stars Sometimes, I just want to escape reality and get lost in a good book. August was definitely one of those times. I wanted and needed to believe in happily ever after again, so I turned to one of my favorite authors from years […]
I don’t collect tarot decks. I still own and use the first deck that I purchased in 1999. However when I saw my friend Arwen use a new deck with herbal imagery, I knew that I wanted to purchase a copy. After receiving the deck and using it for awhile, I couldn’t resist doing a […]
Book: Parenting Pagan Tots by Janet Callahan Rating: 4 stars Being a parent is challenging. I believe that being a Pagan parent is even more challenging. We do not have the same resources available as other mainstream religions. When I go to the local bookstore, there are shelves and shelves of parenting books from the […]
We are only about a week past Litha, but the Lammas harvest season is already in full force here on the homestead. We haven’t had a lot of spare time, but we did acquire a new book recently. Little ones, homeschooling and related things have been on my mind lately. Unfortunately, I haven’t found many Pagan themed children’s books. So when I saw Rupert’s Tales: The Nature of Elements by Kyrja, I immediately decided to buy it.
I love libraries. Growing up, my Mom and I went to the library every Saturday. I looked forward to it all week. There is just something special about libraries and books. As an adult, I still drop by my local library on a regular basis. The first thing that I do is browse the new release section. I saw Wiccapedia by Shawn Robbins and Leanna Greenaway during my last visit and immediately grabbed it.
Book: Witchcraft Activism by David Salisbury Rating: 5 stars For the most part, I dislike confrontations. Debating never held any interest for me. However, even I have felt a need to become politically active lately. So when I saw Witchcraft Activism by David Salisbury at my local library, I immediately picked it up. To be […]
When she receives a call for help from her old college friend Lacey, Wiccan Ellie Gooden senses nothing but trouble. However, Ellie cannot ignore her former friend. So, she reluctantly decides to go to Chicago even though it is the last thing that she wants to do.
In Deadly Brew, it is Halloween in Buttercup, Texas. The town is still recovering from a scorching summer when a drought hits. That’s when Lucy’s run of bad luck begins. First, her well dries up unexpectedly. Next, she discovers the house that she recently relocated to her property is haunted. Then while at a local mead winery, the owner of an exotic game ranch is murdered. When the local sheriff immediately suspects Lucy’s friend who happens to be Wiccan, Lucy knows that he is barking up the wrong tree. Wanting to help clear her friend, Lucy begins asking questions herself. Who murdered Bug Wharton? Why did he recently relocate to Buttercup?
Hereditary Wiccan Ellie Gooden leaves her marketing career in Chicago to start over in the small Wisconsin town of Horizon. Ellie spent months and her inheritance planning her new coffee shop. However when driving into town, she feels a strange presence. Something is amiss in Horizon.