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be enchanted by sirens, dive the depths with a mermaid, and fear
whether the sea witch is friend or foe.
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Including the following stories and more!
Queen of the Island by Bokerah Brumley
Fated to be together, Calder and his mate must overcome the evil nymph that would keep them apart.
Seize the Storm by Kristi Lea
An Isyre hides from the hunters who killed her family, as far from any ocean as she can be. The fire mage who discovers her secrets has a few of his own. Can they trust each other to face their pasts
Touched by a Mermaid by Raine English
A secret society. A sea witch bent on revenge. An ancient world in peril.
Paranormal Maritime War by Nicole Zoltack
A stolen selkie skin just might start a war between the merfolk, the selkies, and the sirens.
Racing the Clock by Catherine Banks
“You will seduce the prince and convince him to give you his soul. If you fail, you will give me your soul for eternity.”
The Church of Moon and Sea by Sara Elizabeth
She must choose between two loves – the sea or the land.
Fury by Merrie Destefano
To survive, she made a secret deal in the Underworld.
Soul’s Reef – Kai Ellory Viola
A mysterious phenomenon. A weird cult. Vaccines needed at the end of the universe – Captain Holloway just needs to get through the reefs.
The Sea of Time and Stars by Mara Amberly
“A woman watched from just above the water line, her sleek blue hair drifting in the water around her. One moment she was there and the next she was gone; so quickly I could’ve put it down to my imagination or a hallucination from my injuries.”
Deborah Blake‘s Modern Witchcraft is a guidebook to witchcraft as a female-empowering religion, including detailed instructions on how to practice self-care in today’s society through goddess worship and magic.
In a time when most formal religions are on the wane, Wicca is said to be the fastest growing religion in North America. What is it that draws people to Witchcraft, and how does a spiritual path with its roots in ancient beliefs and traditions transform itself into a practice that resonates so deeply with today’s modern woman?
There are a number of explanations for the phenomenon, such as Witchcraft’s connection to the natural world, or acceptance of members regardless of lifestyle choices. For women, however, the greatest appeal may be the worship of a goddess (or goddesses). No stern patriarchal God here. Instead, Wicca and most other forms of modern Witchcraft embrace deity in both the feminine and the masculine. Suddenly, women can look at the divine and see themselves reflected back. In addition, many women are frustrated, frightened, triggered, and down-right furious with the current social and political environment, but feel powerless to create positive change. Witchcraft can give them a sense of personal empowerment.
There are many different Witchcraft paths and a multitude of approaches to its practice. This book will guide the reader on the journey to connecting with the feminine divine both without and within, and open the door to this magical religion that will enlighten, uplift, and energize their lives.
MY REVIEW = FIVE STARS FASCINATING!
I usually avoid books with the title word Witchcraft, but the book description appealed to me and it did not disappoint. The book is well written, well organized and fascinating.
I learned empowerment techniques and reviewed others that I use with no conscious knowledge of how I learned them. It is an empowerment and balance resource.
The harmony with nature, the phases of the moon, to my surprise I must be a Witch! I particularly enjoyed learning about so many different feminine deities and what they represent. These are things I would have called tapping into my inner Goddess.
Some books find you at just the right time and MODERN WITCHCRAFT did that for me! Whether the reader is simply curious, seeking or a seriously confirmed Witch, this book is for all of us.
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While at Panera meeting with a few other writers, I sat with my laptop open and my current work in progress on the screen We were discussing a characterization problem when a blonde woman plopped her mammoth laptop on the table next to me.
The pretty woman was slender with long hair. Her eyes had mild crows feet, but by no means was she old. As I studied her face, I wondered how we knew each other.
She smiled as she said, “This won’t work. Can you get it to connect?”
I’m not a computer genius but connecting to Wi-Fi I can do. The Yahoo homepage was open and Scott Trade awaited in the search bar. I checked the Wi-Fi icon for connectivity (makes me sound tech savvy-right?) The internet access icon had an explanation point next to it. Who knows why the connection was wonky, but I disconnected and reconnected. When I opened a new internet window the Yahoo homepage popped up again.
“Oh! Put in Scott Trade,” she said excitedly.
Needless to say, she was awed by my computer skills. I hadn’t done a thing. The slow router probably caught up with the number of patrons using it.
“Oh, thanks. Hi, I’m Beth.” She stuck out a hand, shaking mine. “When this stuff happens, I always look for young people. They always know what to do.”
Beth couldn’t have been more than five years older than me, and I’m pushing fifty. I blinked, gazing at my friends then started giggling. Beth thought I was young.
I should have bought her a coffee for the compliment but I was too shocked. Always stay young, people.