Posts Tagged ‘ book reviews ’

Indie Shaman reviews

Feb 15th, 2017 | By

Shamanism Books is a website owned by Indie Shaman, a small ethical independent UK based organisation. Moon Books author Yvonne Ryves is a regular contributor to the Indie Shaman magazine, and they are very generous about reviewing Moon Books titles. Here’s some of the latest reviews… Merlin: Once & Future Wizard By Elen Sentier “Fascinating,

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Rachel Patterson Reviews

Nov 9th, 2016 | By

Here’s a set of review quotes from Kitchen witchcraft author Rachel Patterson. Rachel blogs regularly, and often takes the time to support other authors by commenting on their books.     The Coarse Witchcraft Trilogy “This book is not only truly funny – it had me laughing out loud and shaking my head in despair

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Rayna Noire reviews

Sep 27th, 2016 | By

Rayna Noire is an author and a historian. She writes Pagan fiction, and she generously reviews Moon Books titles. Here are some snippets from recent reviews… Revealing The Green Man: “As a historian and archaeologist, he explains how the Green Man is rooted in ancient history. We can find his image peering out at us

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Youtube reviews

Jan 24th, 2016 | By

It’s great when people talk about books. There seems to be a really interesting movement on youtube to talk about books rather than writing responses to them – a great new addition to book culture! It is the most helpful, most generous thing a reader can do in response to a book – taking the

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Danni Niles reviews

Jun 28th, 2015 | By

Danni Niles is a Pagan reviewer with a youtube channel. Some of her channel is about book reviews but she has an array of videos including topics like Ritual in Druidry and gender language around deity. Recently, Danni has given a glowing review to our new Pagan Portals title Sacred Sex and Magick She’s also

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Melusine Draco reviews

May 16th, 2015 | By

Mélusine Draco’s highly individualistic teaching methods and writing draw on historical sources supported by academic texts and current archaeological findings; endorsing Crowley’s view that magic(k) is an amalgam of science and art, and that magic is the outer route to the inner Mysteries. Author of several titles currently published with John Hunt Publishing including the

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