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The Goddess Is in the Details: Wisdom for the Everyday Witch Paperback – May 8, 2009
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About the Author
Deborah Blake is the award-winning author of The Goddess is in the Details, Everyday Witchcraft, and numerous other books from Llewellyn, along with her Everyday Witchcraft tarot deck. She has published articles in Llewellyn annuals, and her ongoing column, “Everyday Witchcraft,” is featured in Witches & Pagans.
When not writing, Deborah runs the Artisans’ Guild, a cooperative shop she founded with a friend in 1999, and also works as a jewelry maker, tarot reader, and energy healer. She lives in a 130-year-old farmhouse in rural upstate New York with various cats who supervise all her activities, magickal and mundane. She can be found online at Facebook, Twitter, and www.deborahblakeauthor.com.
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Top customer reviews
This book is a typical Wicca 101 book, with the exception that it focuses on you being the Goddess, I did like that part. I just feel the description was misleading.
Good for people just starting out or people who don't mind a refresher coarse.
I really like this, it's like she's really there reading the book to you. I personally loved this book and now I want to get all her other books!
This is recommended for beginner Witches. I've been a witch for 2 years so I'm fairly new.
As a neutral point I would add that there are many things in the book that can be drawn by "common sense" or that many other books already mentioned and adds nothing new, as is the housekeeping, food and health . However as the "common sense" is not always "common" it is good to have been included, besides that I think is a good example that Wicca is not just "make magic" but to live the best way possible and that includes a healthy life.
Points against: the author gets several small jokes like "and no, you can not do a spell to turn her Into a toad, Sorry About That." jokes that although the first time can become funny (maybe not all), but then she abuses of them and makes the value of what they are talking about first, falling out of rhythm.