About CJ Blackwood

CJ Blackwood is a fiction writer and poet. She graduated from Illinois State University with a Bachelor's in journalism and a minor in English and has been a practicing witch and Pagan for eight years. Though her path began with eclectic Wicca, it has now taken her to dusky realms of warrior goddesses, creative goddesses, and crones. It is mainly focused on self-development, social consciousness, and gaining as much skill within various forms of witchcraft as possible. Follow her and her various writing projects via her Facebook page.

Author's Note:
I am on a fixed income and running into some financial difficulties. If you would be kind enough to donate a few dollars, I would be grateful. You can send it through paypal, cjblackwood90@gmail.com.
In exchange, if you contact me through my Facebook page, I am offering tarot readings. Thanks.

15 Facts of Being a Visually Impaired Witch

I'm visually impaired (VI) and a practicing witch, with emotional disorders. I'm sure some of you wonder what that's like. Well, here are some facts to ponder. I bet you wouldn't guess some of them.1. I was terrified to light incense for the longest time because I can't see that skinny little stick looking straight down at it. Until I discovered those short Japanese incense sticks. Those were so manageable that I got used to the bigger ones pretty quickly.2. It's hard to dance around in … [Read more...]

Autumn Equinox: Light and Shadow (by CJ Blackwood)

This is part one of a three-part series. I love autumn. It starts off with pleasantly cool, but not usually chilly, weather and a disappearance of little flying nuissances. The sun is warm, but the air is fresh. It's a changing time, where you can literally watch life transition from the full green of summer to the rich colors of autumn, and then everything goes that rusty golden-brown as it goes to sleep. After the warmth come the festivities. The season from Mabon to Imbolc is my favorite. … [Read more...]


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