When I see “The Lovers…”

My new book is kicking my butt. This one started out gentle, but moved quickly. I became too trusting and the book revealed its true nature: hard and slow. It … Continue Reading →


Real Hermits, NH Witches, Good Friends, and Another Fab Review!

This is a hodge-podge of an entry–full of self-promotion, love for friends, and more cool things that I found. I hope you find at least some of it interesting! Hermit … Continue Reading →


Things I’ve Read, Things I’m Reading, and Things I Like….

Book report time! Reading makes me want to write. I once had a teacher who said that as a writer, if you had to choose between reading and writing, choose … Continue Reading →


A Queen of Swords–My Newest (S)hero: Nona Faustine

The Queen of Swords: A feminine person who refuses to exist short of full authenticity, personal authority, and pure truth. What she has to say is not always comfortable, but … Continue Reading →


New blog and a cool meme

    Here is my latest blog on Witches and Pagans: The Space as the Tool for Healing and Change–Don’t Skip It.


A Star, a Star….

Said the night wind to the little lamb Do you see what I see? Way up in the sky little lamb Do you see what I see? A star, a … Continue Reading →


The Tower: Falling thoughts, crumbling flags, plus the People Who Come to See me and a new interview!

Just like the Tower, sometimes we just have to let the thoughts crumble. Some mornings, I get up to write and I can’t think of a damn thing to say. … Continue Reading →


Georgia (still) on my mind….plus the Google Search Question of the Week

My trip to Georgia came and went all too fast! First of all, I was lucky enough to go to Atlanta to take part in the MountainTop conference, which I … Continue Reading →


On Sacred Ground with Khi Armand

One of the best parts of having a book out is that I get to talk to so many of my favorite people for extended periods of time. One of … Continue Reading →


Urban Art Witches, plus a new post!

Yesterday, I quoted my friend Reverend Jen Miller, as her approach to dealing with critics is the most authentic and workable I’ve ever experienced. She’s the friend you can call … Continue Reading →


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