Most people get their information on Witchcraft from books.
The problem as always is, which books do you read?
reviews are one of the best ways to learn about a book before you buy
it. Who best to review a book, but the person who has just
it with the intent of learning from it?
If you've read a particularly good book, let everyone know about it!
If you've read a particularly bad book, please let everyone
know about it! Even if the book wasn't outstanding, let us
know what you thought about it.
we can build a collection of must read and must avoid books about
Witchcraft. There is a huge world-wide community of Witches
there, and everyone can help. I've created some guidelines
to help you write a good review.
you don't feel like you are ready to write a review, look at and
comment on the reviews that have already been written. If you
find yourself thinking, "I
could do that!" then you probably can!
Do You Like the Book You Just Read?
Why not tell everyone what you think of it?
You've read plenty of books on Witchcraft, you know which ones you liked and why. Now you can tell everyone else about this great book you've discovered, or you can tell everyone else to avoid the mistake you made, and not buy it.
You can also read the reviews others have written on books to find which books you may want to buy, and make comments to agree, or disagree with their review.
Witchcraft Book Reviews by other visitors
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A Witch Alone by Marian Green This is an excellent book for those who prefer to work as a solitary, and very close to our Mother Earth.
The book has 13 chapters and can be studied …
Understanding your personal path Not rated yet We come to a point in our lives (whether we're pagan or not) when we start to wonder what our own beliefs are. You can only learn so much from books and …