Celtic Magic by D.J. Conway

Stars: *** A lot of people don’t like Conway and say that her Celtic, Norse and Egyptian Magic books are practically the same. I have never read the other two. In fact, this is the only book I have read from Conway. I found this book helpful. I am however wary of the fact that… Read More »

Complete Idiot’s Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft by Denise Zimmerman

Stars: **** For those of you who are familiar with the format of idiot’s books, this particular one is no exception. It’s easy to understand with little side notes and examples.Here are just SOME of the things that the book has: All about Wicca and Witchcraft, History, Praciting Wicca, Deities, So you want to be… Read More »

Teen Witch by Silver Ravenwolf

Stars: *** I have actually had this book for a few years. I think I got it when I was 16. I am now 19 and I occasionally go back to it although not much. I found it a bit helpful three years ago, but it is something, you won’t really need after you are… Read More »

Witchcraft Today, Book One by Chas. S. Clifton

Stars: ****1/2 I found Witchcraft Today book One and Two a good read. Book one has short essays from well-known Neopagans on a variety of subjects from Witchcraft and Healing to Sex Magic to The Solo Witch to Being a Pagan in a 9-to-5 world. Some contributors include Pauline Campanelli, Grey cat, Chas S. Clifton… Read More »

Everyday Magic by Dorothy Morrison

Stars: ***** Even though “spells” aren’t everything, this book comes in real handy. To some elders in the craft, it may sound childish, a book of spells, but that’s not what it is. It’s more than that.It includes information needed to write your own spells as well as good spells for the modern witch. Topics… Read More »

Celebrate the Earth by Laurie Cabot with Jean Mills

Stars: **** I have been searching for a good Sabbats Book for a long time. Finally, one day I came across this book. It was great! I go back to it all the time. After an information filled section on each sabbat, you will find a short story on some aspect of that holiday, followed… Read More »