Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kerri Connor, author of Spells for Tough Times and the new Ostara, the first book in the new Llewellyn's Sabbats Essentials series.
I recently learned my first husband just got engaged again. If this wedding happens, it will be his third. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing. I’m currently in my third marriage as well, and this one has lasted fifteen years, while my marriage to husband #1 only lasted six months. But it did make me think about the possibilities of relationships (any type of relationship) through different incarnations.
The idea that we are able to reincarnate and continue on with our relationships in a different time and
Our Marketing department very occasionally encourages us to write blog posts in the form of lists. You know the type: 5 Ways to Cast a Spell, 7 Things You Must Know About Mayans, 14 Beauty Secrets of Witchy Women, 101 Ways to Procrastinate at Work. We’ve all seen these kinds of articles on the internet, and there’s a reason for it: people simply click on those more, apparently.
This fact really sunk in when I was at my parents’ house over the holidays. They’d just bought a hot spot so they finally had an Internet connection at home (yes, in 2012), and my dad spent a good hour just clicking on articles like “The 10 Top-Paying Jobs with 2-year Associate’s Degree,” "The Top 10
In lieu of the obligatory holiday gift guide, this year I am just going to give you all a list of every book I worked on that was released in 2012. Since I am already working on 2014 books, this certainly feels like a trip down memory lane for me! So I have also added a couple pictures of authors and fun stuff, too. You’ll notice that I’m not calling this the list of “best 2012 books” or anything like that because, when it comes to my authors and their books, I just can’t pick favorites! It would be like asking a mother to pick her favorite kid.
If you’re looking for a cool gift idea for someone in your life, scan through this list and perhaps one of these will be the perfect
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kerri Connor, author of Spells for Tough Times.
So it's February. Chances are some of you have already dropped off your New Year's resolutions. I admit I am not one to make resolutions, simply because I believe they set us up for failure. Too many people that I know have made their resolutions and a few weeks into the new year, they mess up and decide to drop them altogether. They decide to put them off for another year, thinking that something will change, and then make the same resolutions over and over again.
Have you ever fallen into this trap?
I'm here to tell you don't have to do that. You do not have to wait until New Year's, or