Persephone has always been my favourite Greek Goddess and her tales are starting to become more popular, especially among neo-pagan witches. Lately, I’ve seen people making comments on social media discussing how Hades was the only Olympian King who was actually faithful to his wife.
It should come as no shock to you that I’ve been working really hard on the sequel to The Kingston Chronicles; Samhain Sorcery. My goal was to launch it this Halloween (for the Northern Hemisphere Samhain/Halloween) but realistically there is no way I can have the manuscript finished in, and published, in time. I’m working … Continue reading Samhain Sorcery Cover Reveal
I wrote this poem for a course during my Bachelor’s degree. It reminds me of summer love. I’ve always been inspired by Greek mythology and when I wrote it, in my imagination, this was Apollo, walking by the sea on a Greek island. Elements of Love By B. Forrester Golden hair and sky-blue eyes, found … Continue reading Poem – Elements of Love
So, Imbolc was yesterday down here in the southern hemisphere. This Imbolc I was moved to spend some time working on perennial decorations. I don’t have Sabbat decorations as such, not in the way that people store Christmas decorations. In the past I have observed the Sabbats but never made a big deal out of … Continue reading Celebrating Imbolc
Merry Yule Southern Hemisphere Witches! I hope you're enjoying your day. I’m enjoying connecting with family that I haven’t seen for a while. Today I’m exploring the End of Financial Year Sales with one of my dearest friends. I wish you all a happy day with many blessings. Whether you are celebrating Yule or Litha … Continue reading Blessed Yule!
Wow where has this year gone? I swear it should only be march. Yule is almost upon us southern hemisphere witches and likewise Litha is almost here for our northern sisters. This year my Yule will be spent catching up with friends and family that I don’t get to see very often. I’ll be cooking … Continue reading Yule
“Why write about witches? Are you a witch?” I get asked this a lot. The second part of that question always has an emotion attached to it. The person asking is usually curious, although whether this curiosity stems from their belief that I must be crazy because “there is no such thing as witches” or … Continue reading Why Write About Witches?