Category Archives: Book Reviews

Book Review: Psychic Witch: A Metaphysical Guide to Meditation, Magick & Manifestation by Mat Auryn

  Blurb: Discover how to be a powerful psychic witch with this book on wielding energy and awakening your psychic senses.¬†Psychic Witch¬†explores the relationship between psychic ability and magick, interweaving them to create a strong foundation for accessing the full … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Devil’s Equinox by John Everson

The Devil’s Equinox is the second book I’ve read by John Everson. Previously, I’ve read The House by the Cemetery. In The Devil’s Equinox, Austin is a new father, having difficulties in his relationship with his wife. One night, he … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Axe & Grindstone by Paul Phipps-Williams

Just spent the afternoon curled up on the sofa binge reading “The Axe & Grindstone” by Paul Phipps-Williams. Blurb: “Have you ever fancied running a pub? What about two pubs? And what if they were in different dimensions?Enter Mark Adams … Continue reading

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Witchcraft Books on my shelves (Non fiction)

Looking at my shelves, there are staple non-fiction witchcraft books that I have kept me after many moves and many bookshelves. These are the ones I go to again and again for reference, sometimes for comfort and guidance (because witches … Continue reading

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Book Review: Coastal Corpse by Rena Leith

I was feeling delicate this week…still am and was looking for a gentle read. I don’t read a great deal of cozy mysteries but they have to be supernatural. So this one, based at Halloween with a ghost felt right. … Continue reading

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Witchy Reads for October (Fiction)

I’m always trying to find books with witchcraft and witches…but generally try to avoid the urban fantasy or YA type ones…not that there’s anything wrong with them…just I stopped enjoying them. So these are some of my favourites and I … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Wistful Tale of Gods, Men and Monsters by David Ruggerio

Blurb “Can a village be inherently evil? Welcome to Brunswick NY, Population 4,941. On the surface, this sleepy hamlet comes alive in the autumn with picturesque apple orchards, haunted corn mazes, laden pumpkin patches and holiday hay rides. During a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Shepherd’s Warning by Cailyn Lloyd

So we’re really getting into October now. The decorations are coming down from upstairs and getting dusted off and I’m sat here with a home made skinny pumpkin spiced latte ready for my next book review. Blurb “For years the … Continue reading

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Book Review: One by One by G.W Gillespie

One by One by G.W Gillespie Alice and her family are moving house to a fixer upper out in the countryside. The story is told from Alice’s point of view. She is a quiet, day dreaming ten year old, who … Continue reading

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Book Review: Our Autistic Lives by Alex Ratcliffe

This is different to my normal choices but autism is one of my interests coming from a neurodiverse household. Our Autistic Lives by Alex Ratcliffe is a collection of accounts of people on the autistic spectrum throughout their lives, a … Continue reading

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