Witchcraft into the wilds book launch
I am very excited for my thirteenth book to be published…thirteen has to be lucky right?
Witchcraft into the wilds will be officially released on 23rd February 2018. Although it is available for pre-order now, if you feel the urge…
The official blurb
“A book that leads us through the wilds of nature and back to the roots and bones of witchcraft. A natural witchcraft that works with the seasons and all the natural items that Mother Nature provides. Drawing on magical folk lore and a little bit of gypsy magic too. No fancy schmany tools or ceremonial rituals, this is about working with the source.
Mother Earth provides us with the changing of the seasons and within that turning of the year. She gives us everything we need to work magic with from natural energy in the form of storms, rain and sunshine to tangible items packed full of magical energy such as seeds, leaves and stones.”
General Kitchen Witch shenanigans
And if you are in the local area (Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK) on Saturday 24th February 2018 we are having a bit of a Kitchen Witch party. Join us at Sundance on Southsea Parade Pier for a book signing. Meet and chat with the Kitchen Witch posse. Make your own smudge sticks and of course there will be cake. Afterwards, weather permitting we hope to hold an open ritual on the beach.
For full details see http://www.rachelpatterson.co.uk/booklaunch
AvailabilityAvailable from the usual online stockists (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Waterstones etc). But for further details please hop on over to http://www.rachelpatterson.co.uk/witchcraft-into-the-wilds
The book has already had some lovely feedback, here is one of the reviews:
“Whether you are experienced in the ways of the Craft, new, or somewhere in between, Rachel Patterson’s Witchcraft into the Wilds is for you! If you are a regular reader of Patterson’s works, you know that her style is very personable. Presenting her ideas in a very conversational, approachable manner, and this volume is no exception. She does not take a prescriptive approach to sharing her knowledge. But instead presents her suggestions in a way that encourages the reader to trust in her or his own intuition.
This book is packed full of wonderful, practical information, ideas, and suggestions that will help the reader make stronger connections to all that nature has to offer the practicing Pagan. Another feature of this book that I truly appreciate is that Patterson has made it interactive with the reader. Offering journal prompts throughout the chapters that encourage the reader to explore her or his thoughts about information in the book while reading it. But also to continue the journaling throughout their personal journey with the Craft. If you are drawn to working more with nature, or you are interested in learning more about nature’s role in magic, this is a must-have book for your collection.”
For details of my publisher Moon Books feel free to hop on over to their website at www.moon-books.net