A witchy stack.
Yes, I am still using the Planner for a Magical 2021 as a reference text. I fell off the wagon last year, and didn’t really use it for its intended purpose, but there is so much useful info in there about the wheel of the year, correspondences, traditions, and ritual ideas. Definitely helpful in world building for my fantasy novel.
Fearless Writing is still a TBR, but I’m moving it up because I really want to get moving on my goals.
I finished the Inner Witch weeks ago, but I keep coming back to my annotations, and the charts in the back are fantastic.
I have to admit that I haven’t gotten to The Dabbler’s Guide to Witchcraft in detail, but I’ve already found a bunch of good stuff just flipping through.
Same goes for The Witch’s Guide to Wellness. I’m not reading it straight through, but I’ve found the individual sections stand on their own, and any time I’ve wondered if something would work, I’ve been able to find practical ideas.
And, of course, I’m still reading Practical Magic. I have about forty pages left, so we’re definitely getting closure tonight. I stayed up way past my bedtime last night trying to figure out how Sally was going to handle Gary Hallet.
Not pictured: Four amazing WIPs from some wonderful #momswhowrite ! I’m so happy to get to read your work before it’s published, and so grateful for the time and effort you’ve put into giving me feedback on mine!
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