Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Divination – Is it in your stars?

Hand me keys or stones, let me interpret your elbow, I'll watch the grass for the answers. But I'd wouldn't recommend paying too much unless you're looking for a New Age guide to applied numerology.

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Review of “Radio Free Vermont” by Bill McKibben

Full of vibrant language and humor (sometimes subtle) that made me laugh out loud at a least a dozen times ... if politics are starting to get you down and you're feeling warn out from protests or yelling at the television screen, you need this book in your life.

A Deck for Geometric Types – The Fountain Tarot

I’ve been reading tarot since I was about 17, so somewhere around six years. It took me four to five years to really trust my readings, but I’m confident reading for friends now. I don’t have a Rider-Waite-Smith deck, but that’s what I started studying before I had any deck at all. I’d still recommend … Continue reading A Deck for Geometric Types – The Fountain Tarot

The Scarecrow Princess: A Cute Graphic Novel for the Fall Season

Both the artwork and the writing are by Federico Rossi Edrighi, which I find pretty impressive. The color scheme makes me happy. There’s a lot of purples and black. It definitely feels like autumn. Basically, what you see on the cover is what you get. I adore the Crow King's appearance, and the whole thing … Continue reading The Scarecrow Princess: A Cute Graphic Novel for the Fall Season

Halloween Carnival Vol. 4: More like fall thrillers

Halloween Carnival Volume 4 is a short story anthology edited by Brian James Freeman (who manages Cemetery Dance Publications - a place that's put out some Stephen King and Dean Koontz novels). This is the first Halloween Carnival anthology I've read, so I can't compare it to the others. I can say it's a seriously fast … Continue reading Halloween Carnival Vol. 4: More like fall thrillers

The Devil’s Wedding Ring – A Thriller for Folklore Nerds

Take a little hike through Norway's history, explore old world religion, and slip into the shoes of a PI with Vidar Sundstøl's The Devil's Wedding Ring. I mostly loved it, and I'd highly recommend it to fans of thrillers, detective novels, folklore, mythology, and history in general. It follows Max Fjellanger, the man in charge … Continue reading The Devil’s Wedding Ring – A Thriller for Folklore Nerds