Argh Author: Deborah Blake’s The Little Book of Cat Magic

So this should have been up weeks ago, but as we all know, I’m forgetful, and I lost Deb’s book in the chaos.  This is particularly bad because Deb has been an Argher forever, and I could never forget her in general.  Argh.

Deb’s book is The Little Book of Cat Magic:

Deepen the bond between you and your cats as you practice magic together. This wonderful and witchy book is filled with a wide variety of spells, enchantments, and recipes that will improve the life you share with them. From finding and naming a new cat to working with a feline as a familiar, The Little Book of Cat Magic has something for everyone who loves cats and magic.  Learn about cats throughout history as well as the myths, folklore, and deities associated with them. Explore spells for living with cats, improving their health, and saying goodbye when their nine lives have run their course. You’ll also enjoy crafts and divination techniques involving cats as well as paw-some advice from Deborah Blake’s extraordinary familiar, Magic the Cat.   

Deborah Blake is the award-winning author of The Goddess is in the Details, Everyday Witchcraft, and numerous other books from Llewellyn, along with her Everyday Witch tarot deck. She has published articles in Llewellyn annuals, and her ongoing column, “Everyday Witchcraft,” is featured in Witches & Pagans.  When not writing, Deborah runs the Artisans’ Guild, a cooperative shop she founded with a friend in 1999, and also works as a jewelry maker, tarot reader, and energy healer. She lives in a 130-year-old farmhouse in rural upstate New York with various cats who supervise all her activities, magickal and mundane. She can be found online at Facebook, Twitter, and

You should buy this book.

Or go visit Deb on her website.

(Really sorry about the late post, Deb.)

21 thoughts on “Argh Author: Deborah Blake’s The Little Book of Cat Magic

  1. So lovely! I may have found something for my sister for Christmas! Also, I have a cat AI in my new WIP, so I suspect there are some good ideas in here that I could apply — I’m almost sure the person who programmed the cat read a book much like this.

    Congrats, Deb!

      1. (-: Well, watch this space in the next 18 to 24 months, maybe. I think I can get a collection out of the current round of thought.

  2. Thanks, Jenny. And no worries about forgetting. If I had a nickel for everything I forgot on a daily basis, I’d have…um…well, I can’t remember how many, but a lot of nickels.

    Does making this book count as my Make it Wednesday thing?

    This book has a special place in my heart, because it is the last one “co-authored” by my beloved Magic the Cat, Queen of the Universe. She has all sorts of advice and commentary, and her paw prints are on every page. So thanks from her and from me.


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