Category Archives: Red Wheel/Weiser

Books of Interest—2019 HOLIDAY Gift Book Roundup

COSY: The British Art of Comfort • Laura Weir • HarperOne Weir began honing in on the elements that create true cosy when the strain of her successful career as a London journalist began closing in on her. Cosy (as … Continue reading

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Books of Interest—2019 HOLIDAY Gift Book Roundup

DINOSAUR YOGA • Miriam Gates & Matthew Rivera • Sounds True Miriam Gates has established herself as the go-to person for KIDS & YOGA. Now she is adding DINOSAURS to the mix. Matthew Rivera brings it all to life. His … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Santa Muerte

Can you engage the Lady of the Holy Death? Tracey Rollin tells us right up front, in the beginning of this book, that she is more concerned with results-oriented magic than she is with tradition. Still, she conveys quite a … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Backwoods Witchcraft

What are mountains teaching you? My father grew up in the mountains of Central Pennsylvania. He loved the mountains. I learned to love the mountains by osmosis, and two decades ago, when I began driving back and forth between Florida … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Living Runes

Do you know Odin? It appears to me that Northern European shamanic/metaphysical traditions are poised to begin trending in a big way. I anticipate reviewing several books in the coming months that chronicle those traditions. When I decided to review … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Witchcraft Activism

What will you find at Hekate’s crossroads? Over the past few decades, I’ve been fascinated to watch the worlds of psychics and metaphysics move closer to each other. Then neuroscience began to come to the forefront and reinforce some of … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Storytelling Alchemy

How does your story end? For almost a decade, Damoiselle has been teaching others how to rewrite their personal stories to heal their pasts and empower their lives going forward. She learned how to do that by surviving her own … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—The 8th Seal

Are we on the verge of a Biblical global shift? Celebrated astronomer and astrologer, Don Cerow, believes we are. He combines his understanding of the heavens with his knowledge of mythology and religion in this unparalleled interpretation of the symbolism … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Protest Kitchen

How do your food choices affect the world? Readers beware. For those who are not used to vegan/animals rights content, some of this book might prove to be unsettling. That is, however, part of the point. Many of us like … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Love Magic

Weiser Books What do you want… REALLY? In a world increasingly filled with spells, rituals, affirmations, success strategies, and laws of attraction, Dorsey speaks with an amazingly rational, clear, and commonsense voice. Commonsense is in no way intended to imply … Continue reading

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