Pyr was kind enough to send me a copy of K.D. Edwards "The Last Sun" (The Tarot Sequence). Looks like I have some Summer reading. In this debut novel and series starter, the last member of a murdered House searches for a missing nobleman, and uncovers clues about his own tortured past. Rune Saint John,... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/jSo2Qw0N3P4 Ghost of a Chance will be available July 15th and I want to thank the author for this free advance review copy.
This weeks book haul: Varla Ventura's Paranormal Parlor: Ghosts, Seanes, and Tales of True Hauntings https://amzn.to/2KfyKJo From shimmering specters to mysterious tricks, Varla Ventura’s Paranormal Parlor includes original supernatural tales, classic ghost stories, legends, hauntings, séances, superstitions, and death customs. This book showcases a chilling collection of startling ghost stories as told to the author as well... Continue Reading →
Something is wrong with me because a person should not get this excited over a catalogue. Weiser's Fall catalogue is out and I want one of each please... I promise to give them a good home. Take a look ... link
The Master Mason: The Reason of Being - A Treatise on the Third Degree of Freemasonry by Gregory B Stewart Hardcover: 194 pages Publisher: Greg Stewart ISBN-10: 0986204129 ISBN-13: 978-0986204128 BUY a copy Third in the journey of the Symbolic Lodge, The Master Mason is a formal exploration of the symbolism and allegory at work... Continue Reading →
This book hits the shelves May 1st. I have read most of this book and it is excellent. In the next few weeks, I'll have a review online but I can already see that it will go into my must-read category. Product description: Italian Folk Magic is a fascinating journey through the magical, folkloric, and healing... Continue Reading →
If you enjoyed Varla Ventura's " Fairies, Pookas, and Changelings: A Complete Guide to the Wild and Wicked Enchanted Realm" or Ralph Harvey's "Fairies Plain & Simple: The Only Book You’ll Ever Need", you may be interested in Simon Young's "Magical Folk: British and Irish Fairies: 500 AD to the Present". What do we know... Continue Reading →