Witchy Books


I’m 100% sure my Hogwarts letter got lost in the post… Either that, or I’m just a Muggle obsessed with the occult.

In the spirit of Halloween, I decided to share some Witchy-themed books from my ever-growing book shelf:

1. ‘Wiccapedia: A Modern-Day White Witch’s Guide’ by Shawn Robbins & Leanna Greenaway.


I spotted this book in a tiny corner of Waterstones labelled ‘Spiritual’. After initially laughing at the title, I flicked through and realised its potential.

From what I understand, White Witches follow Wicca, a branch of Paganism. They practise magic for altruistic purposes, for good. I’m not Pagan, but I love this book because it talks about the different forms of magic and all the necessary ingredients required to conjure it.

With spell casting aside, I find it useful in understanding the benefits of different crystals and herbs. I like learning how we can use the Earth’s natural powers in our daily lives and the possibility of solving problems through nature.

There’s also a section on dream meanings.

If you follow me on Twitter, you’ll know I have the  w e i r d e s t  dreams and deciphering them is insightful to say the least…

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Famous First Lines

Yesterday, I came across an infographic on Pinterest:

34 Compelling First Lines of Famous Books

Immediately, I thought of Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter & The Philosopher’s Stone, then I patted myself on the back, when I saw they had both been included in this list…

34 Compelling First Lines of Famous Books - Scribendi.com - Infographic


After I read it, I proceeded to tearing apart my bookshelves, hunting for novels that had golden introductions.

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