This month's recommended reading is a bit eclectic, so there's a little something for every witch
One of Llewellyn's Sabbat essentials, Ostara: Rituals, Recipies, & Lore for the Spring Equinox features wonderful craft, recipe, and ritual ideas that you can use later this month! Just a warning: You cannot buy just one of these little books, they are so adorable and full of useful information, I know you'll end up buying the whole set, just like I did!
Such an empowering book. While even the seasoned Crone could learn a trick or two from Laurie Cabot's The Witch in Every Woman, I highly recommend this for a baby witch or even someone who may not fully understand the craft and magic. This was written in 1997 but it is just so relevant right now.
Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert is like an inspirational kick in the ass. Do you procrastinate and sleep on ideas only to see some else "steal" your idea right from under you? Gilbert explains that the idea was never yours to begin with. When you catch an idea you must create it or it will leave you and find another artist. A very interesting way to view your own creativity.
Pretty much vintage porn. You'll like it if your a perv like me
A beautifully written piece of historical fiction about a couturier who endures heartbreak, hardships, and happiness through the Spanish Civil war. Duenas' writing style is absolutely mesmerizing and her words tell a spellbinding story that you won't soon forget. I'll tell you what my dear friend told me when she handed me her worn copy of The Time in Between: Dude, you have to read this. Trust me.
Please let me know if you read any of these books! Drop me line or hit me up on Instagram @magickal_michelle
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