Click on in to be transported to Stonehenge thanks to James O. Davies beautiful book “A Year at Stonehenge”.

Another year, another Celebrate Samhain, another guaranteed good time.

Join me as I talk about “New Paths to Animal Totems” by Lupa and how it gave me a new point of view.

Today we’ll be looking at “Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Correspondences: A Comprehensive & Cross Referenced Resource for Pagans & Wiccans” by Sandra Kynes. Whew! Try saying THAT three times fast!

Author Deborah Blake and I talk about her latest book, “Everyday Witch Book of Rituals”, favorite felines, and Panera. Seriously, that’s how the two of us do things.

Christopher Penczak is here to talk about his first book “City Magick: Spells, Rituals, and Symbols for the Urban Witch” that is back in print. We talk primarily about his book, but there is some good talk about some other things too!

This is about a woman who has a very successful blog and with some hard work and a publisher that believed in her had her first book published. And that woman isn’t me. I’m talking about Kris Bradley who created the blog Confessions of a Pagan Soccer Mom, who with Weiser Books published her first book “Mrs. B’s Guide to Household Witchery: Everyday Magic, Spells, and Recipes”. Obviously I despise this woman.

Of course that isn’t true.

After realizing it had been two years since I last interviewed Saxon Pagan author Alaric Albertsson I invited him back. Join us as we talk chickens, Facebook, the summer festival season, and what he’s working on now.

Today’s article is from Velody of the blog Treegold & Beegold, which is this great blog about craft projects, Paganism, and parenting. Velody is incredibly active online, filled with seemingly endless enthusiasm for crafting, and she makes the most adorable Pagan themed children’s toys and accessories that I finally asked if she would be willing to share a craft project with The Magical Buffet readers. I’m super excited that she said yes, and I of course love this brilliant candle holder.

Author Sandra Kynes shares her experience with the evolution of one year’s new year’s resolution.

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