A Magical Visit to Glastonbury

Glastonbury is one of the most famous sacred sites in the UK and it has long been associated with Goddess energy, faerie realms, sacred geometry and Arthurian¬†legend.   I was inspired to visit this charming town again after I had finished reading The Mists of...

Book Giveaway

Hello, readers!   It's been a while since I have posted on here. I really feel that a blog is an online home¬†and that it needs to reflect the author's personality and interests. I haven't been entirely happy with my online space for a while now, and to deal with...

Witch Review

*I received a preview copy of Witch from Hay House UK   I first met Lisa Lister last year, at a beautiful cliff-top villa on the Mediterranean island of Malta. She had sent out a call (The Call) for women to join her for a She Power Temple Retreat, and I answered...

Magic in Marrakech

  Phew, it's been a busy month or two what with spending two weeks in the US on a family holiday and before that, going to a wonderful retreat in Morocco. I actually had a week at home with no plans last week and I spent most of it in bed with a chest infection....

The Love Witch Review

I've been looking forward to seeing this film since I first saw the trailer last August. I bought a ticket to see it at FrightFest in London, but in the end, couldn't attend, so I was thrilled when it finally came out in cinemas and streaming websites in the UK last...

20 Years of Buffy

Okay, so this title is a misnomer. In 1992 a small film about a Californian high school girl fighting vampires was released. I remember my mum renting it from the local video store. She told me the synopsis, but wouldn't let me watch it on account of the '15'...

Anxiety Blues

I consider myself to be a laid-back person. Easy going. Calm. But lately, I've been questioning whether this is my real identity or just a fabricated fantasy that I desperately want for myself in the vain hope that it will become reality. Then again, most people I...

Winter Solstice

Today is the Winter Solstice, traditionally a time of the death and rebirth of the Sun God. Today is the shortest, darkest day of the year, and the longest night. Despite the usual planning, prepping and stress associated with this time of year (as we often have to...

The Broom Closet

October was such a whirlwind! I can't believe it's November already. This time of year always makes me want to go into hibernation mode. I just want to snuggle, write fiction, read, drink copious amounts of tea and eat comfort food. So it's the perfect time of year...

Into the Cauldron

A round-up of everything I'm loving this week:   Howl:   This short film is just beautiful and raw and exquisite.   HOWL from Jaime Jhilmil Gianopoulos on Vimeo.     Sabat Magazine:         I'm excited that the second issue...

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