(Readers: this is Part Three of a 3-part article. Click on these links for Part One and Part Two.)
This brings us up to books that have just released this month or the last couple months. Hot off the presses. Go find them in your local bookstores!
Faery Craft – the ultimate gift for anyone who loves faery art, faery fiction, and of course, faery reality. This book offers everything from a wealth of tips to communicating with faeries to a full treatment of the faery-loving lifestyle, including festivals, magazines, and more. There are great interviews with writers like Charles de Lint, artists like Brian and Wendy Froud, musicians like S.J. Tucker, and the book is crammed
We have so many exciting things, it's hard to make a short list. To help with that task, I'll link to other lists I've made, because they are still good ideas!
Good ideas HERE, HERE, and HERE!
This year, we have some exciting new decks for the pagan or Wiccan on your list:
The Witches Tarot by Ellen Dugan and Mark Evans
And how about a bag to go with it?
The Book of Shadows Tarot, volume 1: As Above
For the person on your list who wants to learn tarot in a systematic yet creative way, try Around the Tarot in 78 Days.
If you have any people on your list that you are having trouble finding a tarot-related gift for,
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Two weeks ago, I posted a Holiday gift guide for Pagans, Wiccans, and cool people, sharing some of the books I've acquired that were published within the past year or so that I figured would make nifty gifts for your favorite witches. (Only the ones who've been really good and bad this year!) But what if you don't want to give the gift of books, but you still have Pagans in your life you'd like to shop for?
Cara Schultz at PNC Minnesota has very kindly done all kinds of research to round up the ultimate giving list. So much so that it had to be divided into two parts!
I love this time of the year. Yule, Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year and all the other holidays. That means it's time to give (and receive!) presents! Those holidays are only a few weeks away, so it's time to start thinking now about what to give.
Sure, I like to get "prezzies" as much as anyone, but what I really like is see the look on people's faces when I give them presents. The question is, what type of presents? I like things that a person can enjoy over a long period of time, not just a "one and done" experience. So here is this year's list of suggestions for gifts that continue to give value and let people know how much you think of them during the following year.
First, I'd like