I’m super excited about a few things that will be coming to this site and to me as an author in the social media milieu.
(That may be the longest title I’ve ever written for a blog post.) If you want to place your book with traditional publishers you do not just send them your manuscript. While there is a tiny possibility they will accept it directly, it is nearly impossible. Sending it directly subjects you to a high likelihood […]
Tonight, in just a few hours, I record the last podcast in the publicity push for A Witch’s Guide to Crafting A Practice. That will be the last of eleven podcasts total (whew!), all of which were a lot of fun. Last night I finished the second of my two participations in the Changing Times, […]
A lovely conversation I had with Hazel and Jenny, of Kent, UK, just broadcast. I think you’ll enjoy listening. Spoke 112 of The Wheel.
Llewellyn asked me to write a blog post . . . so I did. I think y’all might like it. Witches and the Moon.
I was a guest on this delightful podcast. I think you’ll enjoy hearing me natter on.
Llewellyn Worldwide chose to publish an article I wrote, “On the Nature of Tools in Witchcraft.” You can see it here: https://www.llewellyn.com/journal/article/3050 Part of preparing for my retirement involved storing my decades-old altar and traveling for an extended period. A box of incense with a flat ceramic holder tucked in the corner stood in for […]
An interview I did with ev0ke magazine just went live. Please head on over and see what I’m talking about now.
Inspiration comes from odd places.I don’t write fiction.Honor the Muse when it comes. Two rules and a statement that make up my life as a writer. Yet, here I am after midnight on a day that started at dawn writing a piece of fiction. I began the day writing a review of Madame Parmita’s newest […]
A big part of my new life is that I’ve had to step back from being directly, constantly involved with the Art of Ritual Class and JaguarMoon. Being hours ahead (as much as eight) of everyone made how I used to do things almost impossible. So when I knew it was real that I would […]