Posts Tagged ‘ Mabh Savage ’

Videos from the online Imbolc Festival

Feb 13th, 2017 | By
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The awesome Pagan Federation disabilities team ran another online festival for Imbolc. Here are the contributions from Moon Books authors. Mabh Savage: The Anxious Witch: Maintaining a Group Connection   Robin Herne on being sociable   You can find the rest of the online event here – https://www.facebook.com/PFDisabilities/ or pick it up on the twitter feed here

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Searching for a Snowdrop

Feb 7th, 2017 | By
c. Mabh Savage

by Mabh Savage I keep looking, I really do. I’m so used to seeing the snowdrops just before Imbolc, that it pains me that I haven’t found one yet. I feel like I need to see one before sunset on the first of February, as spring can’t really be approaching if the little fair maids

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Over the Threshold

Jan 1st, 2017 | By
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By Mabh Savage I’ve seen some sneering on facebook recently, mocking those who have anthropomorphised 2016 into some hulking hobgoblin; a reaper of sorts, taking love, joy and inspiration and crushing hope in claws of chaos and corrosion. Because it’s silly to treat a revolution of our planet around the sun as if it was

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Winter festival videos

Dec 23rd, 2016 | By
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Below are videos Moon Books authors made for the Pagan Federation Online Midwinter Festival 2016. You can follow the PF Disabilities Team on twitter – https://twitter.com/PFDisabilities  Or find the events on facebook. A Story About the Longest Night from Siusaidh Ceanadach   Ankles and Self Care from Nimue Brown   Mabh Savage – The Anxious Witch   Telling tales with

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A day in the life of… Mabh Savage

Nov 13th, 2016 | By
Image Credit: Nathan Fairchild-Savage 2016

The average day is very different based on whether there’s a school run or not, so let’s think about a school holiday day, where I don’t have to go to the day job and there’s no frantic scrabbling for uniform! I get up whenever my six-year-old boy wakes me up. Despite adoring the sunrise, and

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Autumn Pickings

Sep 21st, 2016 | By
Image credit: Crow scavenger by Panek, 2010, via Wikimedia Commons, GFDL.

By Mabh Savage I saw a crow carrying a hedgehog today. The hedgehog was dead, crushed by a car whose driver was oblivious to its small, spiky presence. Maybe that driver was in a hurry, or didn’t see, or simply didn’t care. The crow waited for a gap in the traffic, and, just a few

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Recent reviews

Aug 22nd, 2016 | By
fairycraft hi rez

Here are some of the things reviewers have been saying about our books recently. A Kitchen Witch’s World of Magical Food. “A Kitchen Witch’s World of Magical Foods’ by Rachel Patterson should take pride of place on your kitchen shelf amongst your most favourite recipe books.” ~ Life and Soul Magazine, http://www.lifeandsoulmagazine.com/review-kitchen-witchs-world-magical-foods-rachel-patterson-moon-books/   Fairycraft “Following

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Online Solstice Event

Jun 25th, 2016 | By
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The Pagan Federation’s Disabilities team ran their second online event for the summer solstice 2016. It’s been enthusiastically supported by Moon Books authors. If you didn’t join in with the event live, you can find all of the videos in the twitter feed – https://twitter.com/PFDisabilities or on Facebook although the further after the event you read this post,

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Videos from the PF online festival

May 13th, 2016 | By
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This year, the Pagan Federation Disabilities Team ran an online festival for Pagans – a first, to the best of our knowledge. Three Moon Books authors contributed talks to the event. The festival itself happened through Facebook, and of course not everyone uses that site, so, if you missed out, here are the videos… Mabh

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New for April – Celtic Witchcraft

Apr 9th, 2016 | By
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Pagan Portals – Celtic Witchcraft, by Mabh Savage. Learn how Celtic legend and mythology can bring magic into your daily life. Walk with the Tuatha Dé Danann and hear their wisdom on the wind. See colour as a doorway to a magical world. Speak to animals and become one with the turn of the seasons.

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