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March, 2007


Reviews!

Magickal Connections debuted on amazon.com today — #168,314 — a lot higher than I’d thought it would start at. (Wow.) Especially since The Virtual Pagan never broke one million. And there are already two reviews posted. Nice ones. Allow me to glow, just a bit.

Moving In, Moving Out

I’ve been contemplating my stance in and towards the world. Quite a while ago (in my 20s) I realized that I seem to follow a 7 year cycle of alternating between being introverted and extroverted. As near as I can tell, from birth to about 7 years of age, I was a fierce little tomboy of a girl who ran …Continue reading →

Front Page!

Magickal Connections is on the front page of WitchVox (http://www.witchvox.com). w00t! edit: it’s one of several books rotating on the front page. More importantly, its had 60k+ hits. My other two combined didn’t break 2k. *happy dance*

Thank you, Mr. Swift

I really can’t abide anyone who claims to be a christian. This goes double for “catholics,” “Presbyterians” or anyone whose religion takes more than 6 letters to spell (or two syllables). Mostly this is because I grew up in the NorthEast (US) which, along with bureaucrats and homosexuals, has a disproportionately high number of smug catholics who seem to regard …Continue reading →

Toronto Pagan Conference

What a blast! This is a great conference – with a clear emphasis on education. The people are wonderful, warm and welcoming; the topics intriguing; the setting perfect That’s it in a nutshell. Want to know more? Read on. There was a solid program on Friday – which I missed (but never again!), including a presentations on conflict resolution from …Continue reading →

Traveling

I made it to Toronto yesterday — but my luggage apparent’y remained behind in Chicago. It was a tight connection to the last plane out, and I knew it was a 50/50 chance . . . and I lost. The bad news is that they ‘can’t find’ my luggage, and in one hour I’m going to be presenting here at …Continue reading →

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