Tag: witchcraft

Wiccan Book Club Review

Back in August, I attended a locally run Wiccan book club to speak about my books. It was an absolute blast. Everybody had great questions for me, and I hope I made a couple of new fans! This is a short but sweet review written by Debbie Hess, coordinator of the book club, for our…


Wiccan Wars Release!

Wiccan Wars, Book One in the Wiccan Wars Trilogy Ever O’Connell prides herself on being a good Wiccan, and her coven follows the path of the Goddess with love and light. But the “dark” witches in school—the BlackMags— keep pushing her toward the edge, until Ever finally finds herself at war. Cade Bourdain inherited his…


Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge

Melissa’s Eclectic Bookshelf is hosting an awesome reading challenge to read books about witches and witchcraft, and I’ve decided to take part. Along with everything else I let slide by the wayside, reading didn’t happen often enough in 2013. What better way to prompt myself to read than to read the kind of literature I…


Seshat – Egyptian Goddess of Writing

I’ve been thinking a lot of ways I can give myself a bit of “oomph” in my spellworking in reference to my writing.  My rituals have fallen to the wayside in the wake of my many projects—between writing several books at the same time (what? I have ADD) and ebook formatting and working a full-time…


Introducing – Witchy/Women’s Wednesdays!

One Woman’s Promotion and Simplicity in Ritual Today marks the first day of my new blog plan!  A la Shea MacLeod (who is a la Kristin Rusch), I’m implementing “theme blogs” to help me post a specific number of times a week.  As you can tell from the above title and image, welcome to Witchy…


Excerpt from “The Temple”

An excerpt from my novel “The Temple”–FIVE 5 star ratings at Amazon! I woke to darkness and cat fur weighing heavily on my head.  Addie purred lovingly in my ear, her claws kneading my scalp in ecstasy.  Mumbling incoherent curses at her, I pushed myself up on my elbows, cackling evilly as she slid from…


Indie Author Spotlight–Larry Marshall

Her Book of Shadows by Larry Marshall From Goodreads: Retired Arizona cop, Scott Riker, lives with his wife and daughter in Quebec City where he heads a group of interventionists. Directed by Quebec business mogul and philanthropist, Luc Duchesne, the group uses their talents and resources to stand between people in trouble and the criminal…


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