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Just a little bit about me.

I am a practicing witch and retired High Priestess. I have worked within the pagan community as a facilitator and teacher. I love the pagan community, with it's diversity and wonderful people.

I am a displaced New Yorker of 46 years, with 12 years living in rural Ohio. I now reside in Bucks County, PA, a happy medium between both areas. It is an area connected to the land within comfortable driving distance to two major cities. To me, that's perfect.  I live with my husband and some cats.

I started out writing book reviews, enrolled as an Amazon reviewer and at one time was in the top 100 reviewers on Amazon. I reviewed Pagan Books exclusively. No, there were not that many pagan books out there at that time. I augmented my studies with books that were of a much older vintage. Some of the classic works. And the works of the handful of respected authors. I have read and reviewed most of the modern authors. I stopped reviewing when the books being published started to sound like the books that had been published. And yes, it was the same old material repeated again and again, just from another perspective.

I also wrote for Llewellyn's Almanacs. I started about 2002.  I have also written for the Tarot Almanac, which is no longer published, the Magical Almanac, the Witches Companion, and the Spell-A-Day Calendar.  I now write and publish my own works.

The Almanacs offer unique content because the authors are not all the well known authors (BNP's). While there is a feature by one or two sometimes, most of the work is from up and coming authors, or community people who most folks will never meet. The content is completely different from the usual Llewellyn offerings, and the perspectives are fresh, and unique. I prefer this format over their usual book offerings. Much more variety.

I did my degrees at the Coven of the Mystic Trad, a teaching coven in Pennsylvania, based on a Family Tradition. I have retired from that coven, after serving as High Priestess and Elder with that tradition. It was time for me to move on to what I truly like to do... write and practice magic.

Three of my books are spell books. Over the years I have been a contributing author to the Llewellyn Spell-A-Day calendar, another of Llewellyn's Almanac style books. I have tried to stay away from the usual "recipe" style spells. While they are easy to write and spin out, they do not provide the user with any kind of practical usage. Here is the recipe, go have fun. I would rather explain the process. This is the recipe I used, and this is how you do the prep work, this is how you prepare, this is how you draw the energy. You assemble and execute the spell and these are the possible results. Some people find this much more satisfying to read, digest and perform than the usual recipe format. My books take this one step further - they put the entire process into story format. This makes the process easier to understand coming from a personal perspective, and it makes the reading more enjoyable. The focus of spellworkings in the 21 Spells books are success and protection and are written in a story telling format, which was used in the original spell books.

My latest spell book,Yes! There's a Spell for That! focuses on giving you a place to start, using basic skillsets, and allowing you to go further with your own preferences to finish off the spells.  The spells are the filled in versions of many of the spells I had to cut short in the Llewellyn Spell-A-Day books.  There are years worth of tried and true spell basics you may find helpful as a starting place for your spells.

Give the books a read. I hope you can find something that you can take home and use.

I also read Tarot. I had a small business of reading for events and private sessions and I still do reading for special clients as well as friends. I am looking at a fiction series of books that incorporates my love for the tarot into the plot. This series is  called The Fools Journey, which follows the learning story of the Fool and his journey to learn magic.

There are four books presently in this series which are listed on the front page. There is a fifth one due to be released shortly. And there is a sixth one planned as well. That will be the end of the series.

I am also planning a new series, called Wildes Woods, which focuses on Charleigh Wildes who lives in the woods in the Catskills. She is a spinnoff of the Fools Journey series.

And I plan another new series for the Fools Journey crew.

All these books are Womens Paranormal Fiction, a mix of paranormal urban ficiton, romance, and mystery. I think you will find them very entertaining.

Find something you like, give it a read. And if you like the book, please leave me a couple of starts on the book pages on Amazon, or maybe a short review. I appreciate it.






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