My upcoming book The Witch’s Path: Advancing Your Craft at Every Level will be available in 2021. My previous book, Traditional Wicca: A Seeker’s Guide, is available wherever books are sold (and, yes, there’s an audio version!) Order your copy on Amazon or ask for it at your local book store!
“A masterful gem of insight and wisdom, Traditional Wicca: A Seeker’s Guide reveals the time-honored practices of initiatory Wicca, thought all but lost by many, but hidden like so many occult secrets in plain sight. Drawing a clear and respectful distinction between eclectic Wicca and its older more traditional sibling, Thorn Mooney takes us on a personal journey exploring the powers and the pitfalls of the initiatory inner court, revealing the persistence of a thriving and dynamic Craft.”―Storm Faerywolf, author of Betwixt and Between
“Traditional Wicca is a unique and important book. It’s amazing to me that in over 70 years of publishing on the subject of Wicca, nothing like this book has ever been written! . . . The chapter on initiation is, by itself, worth the cover price. If you want to understand what people mean by ‘traditional Wicca,’ whether or not you’re seeking it, this is the one book you must read.”―Deborah Lipp, Wiccan high priestess and author of Tarot Interactions
“Thorn writes with obvious sincerity, with feeling, and from experience. Her book covers everything from defining Witchcraft, through the workings of a coven, to actual initiation and beyond. She warns that Wicca is not for everyone and–I am personally delighted to see–includes a chapter on recognizing ‘red flags’ when first contacting others . . . especially those who might claim to be more than they actually are. This book is the quintessential guide for the true, sincere seeker.”―Raymond Buckland, author of Buckland’s Complete Book of Witchcraft
You can also find my work in Witches&Pagans Magazine, where I write “No Two Witches” with my friend, Eurus. Together, we tackle community questions about witchcraft, magic, and the Pagan community. Usually with a drink in hand.