Argh Author: Deborah Blake’s Little Book of Witchcraft

Our own Deb Blake has your introduction to witchcraft right here:

Brimming with nearly seventy spells, tips, and activities, this illustrated Little Book of Witchcraft helps you take new steps on your personal journey into witchcraft. Award-winning author Deborah Blake teaches you how to build an altar, use divination tools, invoke deities, and much more. Covering a wide range of magical goals, this little book will help you improve your relationships, deepen your connection to nature, and live a successful, enchanted life.

Deborah Blake is the author of the Baba Yaga Series from Berkley (Wickedly Dangerous, Wickedly Wonderful, Wickedly Powerful), as well as the Broken Rider Series, the Veiled Magic series and the cozy mystery Catskills Pet Rescue series. She has also published twelve books on modern witchcraft with Llewellyn Worldwide, along with a tarot and an oracle deck. When not writing, Deborah 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, both magical and mundane.

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10 thoughts on “Argh Author: Deborah Blake’s Little Book of Witchcraft

  1. I love the size of this little book. It will be easy to carry around. I bought it as soon as it came out, but put it aside for Vermillion. I’m going to read it as a refresher on what I’ve learned over the years, and to renew my practice. I have already learned some new things, just skimming through the book. Thanks for this really helpful volume, Deb. I look forward to reading it.

  2. I was Wiccan for years. Largely because I am 99% Celtic and all my cell memories came alive as soon as I read Grandmother Of Time by Zsuzsanna Budapest many, many moons ago.

    These days I am an atheist but I still love ceremony & I still have those cell memories.

    I have a copy of Deb’s book Circle, Coven & Grove. I’ve found it very helpful when writing because my characters are always doing some kind of ceremony.

    This book looks like it would be amazing as a reference book. Come payday I am going to buy it, for sure.

    Also on my wish list when I can afford it – is – – I went to look for it on Amazon & couldn’t find it – isn’t there a datebook by Deborah for 2023?

    And of course I have been entertained endless hours reading all her fiction novels!

    Thank you so much for being such a gifted author, Deb!!!

    1. Llewellyn puts out a datebook every year, and some years I’m in it and some I’m not. I am in the 2024 version, but not 2023. Look for Llewellyn’s Witch’s Datebook 2024. And feel free to contact me if you ever have any questions of the witchy or ceremonial nature. I’m happy to help.

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