Category: reviews

Book Review: Natural Born Shamans by Imelda Almqvist

I love getting books from authors I have not read before, as I have no expectations and can approach with a totally open mind. I was particularly looking forward to reading Imelda’s volume, as it deals with supporting the spirituality of younger people and…

The first Pagan Pages of 2017

Merry Meet! January’s Pagan Pages is live, with articles from Saoirse about life change, info from Shiron Eddy about the Crystal Flourite and Raushanna’s Tarot Talk, which covers the King of Swords. My Notes from the Apothecary remains seasonal by talking about holly, and…

Pagan Pages Yule Edition

The new edition of Pagan Pages is now up and live, in beautiful, glorious technicolour! I am pleased to have four articles in this edition, including Notes from the Apothecary which is all about the Dragon Tree, plus an interview with the fantastic author…

Taken from Notes from a Gentle Heart…

…is a wonderful review of my book, A Modern Celt: Seeking the Ancestors. Laura Perry tells us in her own words what she thought of it. Thanks Laura, glad you enjoyed it!

Review of A Modern Celt by Laura Perry

Laura Perry took the time out to review my book, A Modern Celt. Have a look what she thought here…

The Journey by Luke Eastwood

The Journey by Luke Eastwood My rating: 5 of 5 stars It has long been said that good things come in small packages, and this delightful 69 page volume is no exception. The Journey is a collection of wisdom that is relevant to anyone,…

Moon Magic, Rachel Patterson

Pagan Portals – Moon Magic by Rachel Patterson My rating: 5 of 5 stars Pagan Portals is, as the name suggests, a series of books (by various authors) with the aim of introducing various aspects of Paganism. Moon Magic seems a staple in this…

Interview with Julie Spirit Heart Dollman

The new issue of Pagan Pages is up where you can read my interview with Julie, author of living Shamanism.  

Kitchen Witchcraft, so what’s that then?

Pagan Portals – Kitchen Witchcraft: Crafts of a Kitchen Witch by Rachel Patterson My rating: 5 of 5 stars The phrase ‘Kitchen Witchcraft’ conjures up brewing potions and hanging herbs, and while this of course can be the case, the experienced witch knows the…

Word Emporium

Last night saw Trinity Church in Leeds play host to Word Emporium, an open mic event with the aim of sharing stories and telling truths. As part of the Love Arts Festival, one of the aims of this event is to get people talking…

Spontaneous Creativity Award

I was very surprised and delighted to be awarded a Spontaneous Creativity Award from Void Poetry…

Book Review: Ariadne’s Thread by Laura Perry

“The myths of ancient Crete, her people, and their gods twine through our minds like the snakes around the priestess’s arms in those ancient temples. They call to us across the millennia, asking us to remember. In answer to that call, Ariadne’s Thread provides…