I’m pleased to be able to announce that I have another book being published!
Crafting Your Practice is due out from Llewellyn Worldwide in Fall 2022 and I’m quite pleased with the manuscript submitted. Aimed at those of us who know we want an alternative spirituality but feel overwhelmed by the sheer tonnage of information available. It’s a distillation of the most basic principles of creating a magical practice for oneself.
Stay tuned for more details as they unfold!
I have always been super proud of Magickal Connections, a book I think every person in a spiritual group needs to read. It’s been available for awhile, and is now in electronic format. I’ve also always felt my birthday is a special time of year.
For my birthday this year I’m offering you a gift! You can have a hardcopy of Magickal Connections for $1 plus shipping (and I will ship anywhere in the world). Contact me at lisa at cybercoven dot org for PayPal (or Venmo) information and spread the news!
Remember that Big Shift I wrote a bit about (teasingly) in April?
At the end of November my husband and I are going to San Francisco to share Thanksgiving with our family there. The next day, we’re boarding a plane to Portugal.
We have one-way tickets.
It’s been a big year for me, not just with a pandemic; too much going on to stop and write.
detail from Acropolis Wall; copyright Lisa Mc Sherry
I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be speaking at Puget Sound Pagan Pride 2021!
A few years ago I published my Bucket List. 2020 changed my priorities a lot and I ended up reassessing the things I truly want to try and accomplish before I die.
About 10 years ago John and I were having dinner and I told him that I’d like to get married. (For those who don’t know, its a long story. Buy me a glass of wine and I’ll tell you.) That was a big shift for us.
It was a voyage into the unknown.
Now available on Amazon on kindle — print coming soon!
There are so many amazing artists in the world. This is one I would have loved to use for the cover of The Virtual Pagan 2.0:
Its called “Futuristic flowers” and was created by Kristin Meyer. Check out her site at: http://www.salvagedesign.net/prints/space-flowers-mt7kr
Brown wooden shelves packed with books
I read, A LOT. Several hours every night. I always estimated I go through about a book a day. Granted some of them are cookbooks not novels, and there is a large amount of plain ole nonfiction which isn’t a lot of *deep* reading.
Still, I read a lot. Annnnnd I’m competitive. So when a friend commented that they didn’t believe I read a book a day, I got a little motivated and started keeping track. Here then, with no comment, is what i read in 2020.