I associate summer with books and long leisurely afternoons of reading. There's just something about a languid, hot, lazy summer day and curling up with a good book and an iced tea. This summer was especially exciting for me because it heralded the release of my 8th book, Green Witchcraft Grimoire. If you've been wondering what … Continue reading Summer and Books Go Together ~ Green Witchcraft Grimoire
It's finally here! Today is a beautiful day -- my brand new book, Green Witchcraft Grimoire, is officially out in the world for all to read and enjoy. It's been a wild ride from start to finish. Thank you again for all of your support, it really means the world to me! (Edit)... right now, this … Continue reading It’s Official! ~ Book Release Day for Green Witchcraft Grimoire!!
The reviews and endorsements are rolling in! With the eBook version of Green Witchcraft Grimoire available, happy buyers are already starting to leave reviews. Naturally, I'm THRILLED! Have you bought the eBook yet? Please consider leaving a review! Each and every one has an impact, and it would be amazing to have your support. Get … Continue reading The reviews are rolling in! ~ Green Witchcraft Grimoire
Old school Witchcraft 101...those of you who've thrown some magickal energy around (in a good way, of course), cast a few circles, chanted a few chants, those who have walked this path for any length of time and tapped into the magickal realm of witchcraft and wizardry, are going to be familiar with the information … Continue reading Green Witchcraft: Herbs & Planetary Connections
Here's the recipe, which sounds delicious! We're going to go through the ingredients and see just what kind of magick can be found in this simple popular dish: Makes 4 servings 8 ounces uncooked elbow macaroni 2 cups shredded sharp Cheddar cheese 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese 3 cups milk 1/4 cup butter 2 1/2 … Continue reading Find the Magick: Macaroni & Cheese
The Kitchen, or Cottage Wytch...for me, this is the epitome of what I have always viewed witches as being ever since I was a child. It is that unobtrusive and eccentric woman who grows herbs in her gardens and about her house, who has developed a unique and unusual relationship with the wild things that … Continue reading The Kitchen Wytch