My thoughts of Devon O’Day’s “My Southern Food”

I was digging around in my Twitter notifications and I noticed a retweet and a thank you from Devon O'Day. I had tweeted that I was reading her book "My Southern Food: A Celebration of the Flavors of the South" ( My thoughts ... it's a keeper. This is the sort of book that will... Continue Reading →


Book Review: Varla Ventura’s Paranormal Parlor My thoughts of Varla Ventura's Paranormal Parlor: Ghosts, Seances, and Tales of True Hauntings. 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... Continue Reading →

Review: Saints & Angels: A Guide to Heavenly Help for Comfort, Support, and Inspiration

Saints & Angels: A Guide to Heavenly Help for Comfort, Support, and Inspiration by Doreen Virtue Hardcover: 248 pages Publisher: Hay House, Inc. (March 6, 2018) ISBN-10: 1401955401 ISBN-13: 978-1401955403 Product description: In this comforting reference guide, Doreen Virtue introduces you to the various ministering spirits of heaven and 42 inspirational figures who walked the... Continue Reading →

Review of the Lunar Nomad Oracle The Lunar Nomad Oracle: 43 Cards to Unlock Your Creativity and Awaken Your Intuition. By Shaheen Miro The Lunar Nomad Oracle is inspired by the traditional Lenormand system, but unlike the Lenormand, this deck comprises 43 cards and additional significator cards that are multiracial and multiethnic. The Lunar Nomad Oracle cards are rich with... Continue Reading →

Review: The Elements of Spellcrafting: 21 Keys to Successful Sorcery

The Elements of Spellcrafting: 21 Keys to Successful Sorcery by Jason Miller My rating: 4 of 5 stars All in all, I really enjoyed "The Elements of Spellcrafting". I like Miller's writing style, he seems to be a person that you could have a beer with and argue the evening away. My favorite line in... Continue Reading →

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