Antidote for a Bad Tarot Reading

This was my reading this morning. I didn’t have a specific question in mind. I just pulled three cards from my own Tarot of the Boroughs and got three of my … Continue Reading →


Not a happy post today. #sorrynotsorry

This post will not be funny. Or happy.  I had a wonderful time at FaerieCon. I came home happily exhausted, then rocket-propelled myself into Tuesday night’s election. It’s probably no … Continue Reading →


Rambling thoughts from a tired Witch enroute to FaerieCon

I have no idea if I’m actually going to publish this because it might just me be whining, but I might as well get it out of my system before … Continue Reading →


Baking a Pumpkin Spell…plus a new article!

I remember a time before Pumpkin Spice everything. Pumpkin was something I loved in bread and of course, in pie at Thanksgiving. Sometimes, I’d run into someone and we’d be … Continue Reading →


A new review of the new book! Plus my latest HuffPost article

The first review of Tarot for One is out on ArwenReviews! Thank you, Arwen! I also blogged this week on Huffington Post. I know we’re all sick to death of this horrid … Continue Reading →


Me, Myself, and Blog

I wrote this while I was trying to write something else. That happens a lot.  Here’s a little glimpse of what happens when you Get Up At 5am To Write. … Continue Reading →


A new arrival in our home.

I am pleased to introduce my new arrival! Weighing just under a pound…… Yes, it may not be officially released until November 1st, but one of the perks of being … Continue Reading →


27 SEVEN DAYS, PEOPLE. 27 DAYS TO GO.

This is me waiting for November 1st: via GIPHY And THIS is what I’m waiting for!  But these 27 days are good news for you!  You still have 27 days … Continue Reading →


Discovering Brigit: Goddess and Saint with Mael Brigde

For those who love Brigid (Or Brigit, whichever you prefer!), there’s yet another resource to dive deeper into knowing this extraordinary Goddess. Mael Brigde, who generously contributed a beautiful poem … Continue Reading →


“The Christians and The Pagans”: A Nice Reminder in Divisive Times

One of my favorite musicians is Dar Williams. I finally got to see her live just this past Friday night at City Winery here in NYC. I started listening to Dar around the … Continue Reading →