Posts Tagged ‘ fiction ’

An excerpt from Moon Song

Feb 12th, 2018 | By

Moon Song is a beautiful pagan novel by Elen Sentier. it’s full of enchantment, romance, and characters who have a magical relationship with the land. “Dawn came late here. The valley faced west, the next stop after the end of the cliffs was America, but from the house you could hear only a whisper of

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Moon Song – a reading

Dec 11th, 2017 | By

Elen Sentier has done a reading from her beautiful Pagan novel, Moon Song When Isoldé hears that her lifelong hero, Celtic folk singer Tristan Talorc, has just committed suicide, it strikes home and makes the oppressive London, where she works just after “nine-eleven”, feel nearly as oppressive as the Belfast of The Troubles where she

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Elen Sentier’s book migration

Jan 23rd, 2017 | By

Unlike swans, books don’t normally get the urge to overwinter somewhere else, their migrations are rare! We’re delighted to announce that two of Elen Sentier’s books have moved from other publishers to join her considerable list here at Moon books. (Find all of Elen’s books here – http://www.moon-books.net/authors/elen-sentier ) Gardening with the Moon & Stars brings biodynamics

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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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Madness, Magic and reviewers

Jan 28th, 2016 | By

Every book is a gamble. No one knows when they write a book whether anyone will want it, or read it, and if anyone reads it whether they will get it, or enjoy it. For writers, every book is a risky baring of soul and the process of waiting for reactions is seldom an easy

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Witch Lit and why we need it

Dec 20th, 2015 | By

By Nimue Brown, originally posted on www.druidlife.wordpress.com There is now a Witch Lit Facebook group which you’d be very welcome to join. I read Bridget Jones’s Diary back when it came out, curious about the hype. I hated it. Over the years as a reviewer I’ve been hit by the odd low-flying chick-lit title, and

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What makes fiction Pagan?

Nov 22nd, 2015 | By

By Nimue Brown It’s easy to identify Pagan non-fiction. Written by Pagans, for Pagans, about some aspect of Paganism, we might argue over whether any given book is good, useful, accurate or in line with our own world views, but the Pagan-ness is seldom open to debate. Pagan fiction is a whole other can of

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New for November: The Madness and the Magic

Nov 20th, 2015 | By

While most Moon Books title are non-fiction, we do publish some Pagan fiction, and this month we have a novel from Sheena Cundy. A dishy vicar, an unexpected grandchild and hot flushes…how will a witch like Minerva cope with one hormonal challenge after another? Minerva is a witch on a mission to beat the dreaded

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