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Grovedaughter Witchery: Practical Spellcraft Paperback – January 24, 2017
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About the Author
Bree NicGarran grew up in the wilds of Bucks County, PA, and now resides outside of Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia. She started reading at an early age and began writing shortly thereafter. Bree has been a practitioner of cottage witchcraft for over ten years, and specializes in plant-based magics. When she's not creating new spells or mucking about in the garden, she finds time to delve into fiction as well, and her works of short horror have been featured on various podcasts. In 2015, Bree collaborated with fellow author Anna Zollinger to produce two books of non-religious witchcraft for the modern age. "The Sisters Grimmoire: Spells and Charms For Your Happily Ever After" and "The Witches' Cupboard" have both received rave reviews. Bree is currently hard at work on a second volume of the Grimmoire, along with an anthology of short stories. In addition to her writing, Bree maintains a blog about and answering questions pertaining to cottage witchery. She currently lives with her husband and two very spoiled ginger cats, and she is very glad that none of them seem to mind having a pagan altar in the living room.
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Top customer reviews
I have the Kindle edition, though I wish I'd bought it as a paperback instead. It's a great reference, but the Kindle edition has no table of content with links, so if I want to find something I have to scroll through the entire book to find it. I've found myself copying multiple things into my own notebook, just for quick reference.
Bree starts the book out with words of advice, wisdom, and warning to new and not-so-new witches. Practical things like fire safety, not neglecting mundane things like medicine and mental health services in favor of magical remedies, etc. But she also includes things like "hey, don't steal or appropriate from other people's closed cultures and practices, k?" I love it.
Then she jumps into the practical side of things. She'll lay out how to do something - make a powder, write a spell, etc. - then she'll give plenty of examples from her own practice and spellbook.
At the end of the book she has correspondence lists: candle colors, herb correspondences, etc.
I really liked this book as both a reference and as a "magical recipe" guide. I'll be buying it in paperback the next time I make an Amazon physical purchase.