Posts Tagged ‘ Diana Rajchel ’

Divorcing a real witch

Jan 30th, 2018 | By

Published in 2014, Diana Rajchel’s Divorcing A Real Witch went on make the list for “oddest book title of the year”, in the lineup for the Bookseller magazine’s annual award highlights 2015. “She does not judge nor preach, but speaks here with both pragmatism and honesty; she feels like a friend talking to you –

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Divorcing a Real witch – book excerpt

Sep 13th, 2016 | By

Divorcing a Real Witch For Pagans and the People that Used to Love Them By Diana Rajchel 2002 heralded war, both at home and abroad. In November of 2001, my husband forgot my 24th birthday. In October of 2002, I filed for divorce and moved to a nearby city; I celebrated my 26th alone. From 1999, the year

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Oddest Book title of the year?

Mar 4th, 2015 | By

It’s not the kind of kudos we’re accustomed to here at Moon Books, being bother weirder and higher profile than a Pagan author can usually expect. Divorcing a Real Witch by Diana Rajchel has been nominated for oddest book title of the year.  The annual award comes from Bookseller magazine, has been running since 1978,

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Author blogs

Aug 10th, 2014 | By
Looking for Pagan authors

Waiting impatiently for the next book? There are a great many places you can keep up with your favourite Moon Books authors… Melusine Draco writes a column at and at Witches and Pagans. Nimue Brown’s Alternative Wheel takes a non-standard monthly look at the seasons.  She shows up intermittently on Patheos,  writes for Pagan Dawn and

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