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The Bookworm Is In

I know I haven’t been doing a whole lot of content production on my blog lately. It’s not a dynamic that really works for me. So, I’m trying another approach: a newsletter.

Every month, The Bookworm Is In will talk about topics in books, media, magic and the occult. The first edition will come out this weekend. If you’re interested, please sign up here.

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Retelling the Present

I started researching Tarot for a small scene in a book that has been currently exiled to the drawer. Like many research projects it got (wonderfully) out of hand. I ended up with two decks, an online class, and a great book by Jessa Crispin. You can read my review of her book The Creative Tarot in my new Magus Bog post.

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Kid in a Candy Store

Working in a bookstore, especially one specializing in magic, religion, and the occult is a temptation for any writer. As someone working on an urban fantasy novel, it’s doubly so. See how I (attempt) to resist temptation in my new Magus Books Blog post.

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