Being that I’m constantly creating new spells and rituals, I’m much more likely to pick up a title like Spells from Scratch: How to Craft Spells that Work by Phoenix Silverstar than a book of pre-written spells. Even if I end up using a spell from a plug-and-play style spell book, I usually end upContinue reading “Book”
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Book Review: Bending the Binary by Deborah Lipp
(Note that this post contains one instance of explicit language!) It is so excellent to see an uptick in queer-centered books on magic and witchcraft. Last year I read Outside the Charmed Circle: Exploring Gender & Sexuality in Magical Practice by Misha Magdalene and Queer Magic: Lgbt+ Spirituality and Culture from Around the World byContinue reading “Book Review: Bending the Binary by Deborah Lipp”
Book Review: Will You Give Me a Reading?
With so many amazing books out there about tarot, it’s sort of shocking that how few there are on the art of reading for others! So I was excited to dig into Jenna Matlin’s Will You Give Me a Reading, and spoiler alert: I wasn’t disappointed! Jenna is a professional intuitive and tarot reader, andContinue reading “Book Review: Will You Give Me a Reading?”
Book Review: Tarot in Love
The publisher of my upcoming book, Llewellyn, was kind enough to send me several tarot and witchy books to review here on the blog! I decided to start with Tarot in Love: Consulting the Cards in Matters of the Heart by Elliot Adam, which will hit shelves on January 8th. I don’t actually do love-focusedContinue reading “Book Review: Tarot in Love”
On Magical Follow-Through (Witchy Book Review)
Your Intuition Led You Here promises to help you develop your intuition and create your own spells. But is this book spoonie-witch friendly?