Argh Author: Deborah Blake’s The Eclectic Witch’s Book of Shadows Companion

. Our own Deb Blake has TWO books out this month, so you definitely need to know about her new workbook, the perfect companion to The Eclectic Witch’s Book of Shadows. This fun and easy-to-use workbook is packed with witchy activities, prompts, and guidance from bestselling author Deborah Blake. Your magical endeavors will be stronger and more fulfilling with a variety of spells, correspondences, recipes, and divination charts.

This workbook also features illustrations by artist Mickie Mueller, coloring pages, and space to write down the results of your magical experiences. This hands-on companion, organized the same as The Eclectic Witch’s Book of Shadows for ease of use, is the perfect tool for continuing to develop your own Book of Shadows. Explore herbs, stones, candles, gods and goddesses, and more.

Whether you’re looking to try chakra spells or invocations, this book will enhance your daily practice and help you create unique magic.

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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 written over a dozen books on modern witchcraft with Llewellyn Worldwide, along with a tarot and an oracle deck. When not writing, Deborah also works as a 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.

12 thoughts on “Argh Author: Deborah Blake’s The Eclectic Witch’s Book of Shadows Companion

    1. It’s actually a silly coincidence. The first book, Witchcraft on a Shoestring, is a reissue of an older Llewellyn book that went out of print, by a new publisher, Crossed Crow Books. This one is my newest Llewellyn book. Since they are two different publishers who don’t talk to each other about such things, one ended up coming out on March 5th and one on March 8th. Not optimal from the author’s point of view (“Buy my book! No, buy my OTHER book!”), but it’s just one of those things we don’t have any control over.

      Add to that my new oracle deck, which was originally due out in August, but then another deck had to be moved back because the creators were late handing things in, and ours was ready, so it got moved up to May instead. Then I have another Llewellyn book coming out in July!

      Which is all fabulous, except that after a release in 2025, I don’t have any books coming out next year. Feast or famine…

      1. Oh goodness that sounds like so many logistics to keep track of! Still, congratulations on any and all publishings! They’re all accomplishments 🙂

  1. Good work, Deborah. I stand in awe of what you accomplish, given your health challenges.

      1. Tell the cats they need to get out and start catching their own food?!? Also congrats on all the new publications!

  2. Please let us know if you do another Tarot lesson. I have a set of cards, and I have been trying to learn on my own, but it’s a lot. 🙂

    1. You ended up in the spam folder, Jennifer, and I have NO idea why. But I got you out.

  3. I bought your first Baba Yaga book, and remember enjoying it, enough that I knew I wanted to read more. Now I’m struggling to find Kindle versions on Amazon – I don’t do audio books – any tips?

    1. Susanna, The Kindle books are down for the moment because I got the rights back to the series, and so Berkley can’t sell them anymore and I haven’t gotten the books back out into the world yet. Hoping to have the first prequel novella and book one out in April, with the rest staggered over the ensuing months. At that point, there will be both print and ebook versions (although no audio). Ironically, because of a bad contract, the original print version will still be available from Berkley until they run out of stock or decide not to bother. But my new version should be out in April (book 1)/June (book 2)/August (book 3) October (Riders book 1) and December (Riders book 2). In theory.

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