Book News

Merlin, past and future

Mar 15th, 2017 | By
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Since the release of her Pagan Portal on Merlin, Elen Sentier has been out and about giving talks… On the 24th of February she gave a talk on Merlin, Thresholds & the Fatherless Child. this was an illustrated talk at Rudolph Steiner House, London. Elen said: “The talk went very well with an interested audience

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New for March – Animal Magic

Mar 3rd, 2017 | By
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Our new title for this month comes from Rachel Patterson – thus far best known for her Kitchen Witchcraft titles. In this new title, Rachel explores the realms of Animal Magic – how to find, recognise, connect and work with the power of animal magic. It’s a Pagan Portal, so ideal for the reader who has

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Steve Andrews out and about

Feb 21st, 2017 | By
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In February, Moon Books author Steve Andrews was at the Wellfield Bookshop for a signing. Wellfield is a proudly independent bookstore located in Roath, Cardiff and you can follow them on Twitter – https://twitter.com/WellfieldBooks1   Steve (pictured above) was at Wellfield to promote his title Herbs of the Sun, Moon and Planets. This Pagan Portal combines herbalism with

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By Wolfsbane & Mandrake Root

Feb 1st, 2017 | By
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New for February, this fascinating title from Melusine Draco, exploring poisonous plants and their medicinal uses. A large number of poisonous plants have beneficial uses in both domestic medicine and magic. Needless to say, when utilising a toxic plant in magic, we are adding certain extra deadly or potent energies into the mix and it

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Clear and Present Thinking

Jan 31st, 2017 | By
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Normally, we don’t promote books we aren’t publishing, but this is an exceptional book for exceptional times, so we thought you should know about it. Clear and Present Thinking, by Brendan Myers, is going to second edition, with the intention of adding more contributors. It is a a free college-level textbook in logic and critical thinking.

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Not A Dream

Dec 9th, 2016 | By
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In November, Moon Books author Sheena Cundy was a winner in the WUPR Pagan Music Awards. Sheena is part of the band Morrigan’s Path – readers of her novel, The Madness and The Magic will know that The Morrigan features there too. Musical and literary creativity overlap with her Paganism. The track ‘Not a Dream’ won

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New for December – Merlin: Once and Future Wizard

Dec 5th, 2016 | By
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Elen Sentier’s very personal look at Merlin. Bestselling author Elen Sentier looks at Merlin in history and mythology and considers his continuing relevance for people today. Best known as the wizard from the Arthurian stories, Merlin has been written about for well over 1000 years and is considered to be both a magical and historical figure.

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New for December Gods and Goddesses of Ireland

Dec 3rd, 2016 | By
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Pagan Portals – Gods and Goddesses of Ireland. A Guide to Irish Deities from Morgan Daimler. Reviewing the book, Patheos Pagan website said: “Morgan Daimler definitely has a touch of magic about her. Everything she writes is consistently excellent. This new release in the Pagan Portals is no exception.” You can read the entire review

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Author News for December

Dec 1st, 2016 | By
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New book release details will be out over the coming week, in the meantime, here’s what the Moon Books authors have been up to, and some things to watch out for during December. Rachel Patterson and Cat Treadwell were speakers at Witchfest (Sat 26th November). We should have a video of Cat’s talk to share

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New for November – Moon Books Gods & Goddesses Colouring Book

Nov 11th, 2016 | By
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Nurture your creative energy as you travel across the pantheons of the world in this first adult colouring book from Moon Books. This is a creation from the Patterson household. On her blog, Rachel Patterson explained the process: “What actually transpired was our 15 year old daughter Emma creating 48 beautiful drawings, my husband Pete

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