Argh Author: Deborah Blake’s Witchcraft on a Shoestring

. Our own Deb Blake has a great book out now, Witchcraft on a Shoestring, that will take the reader through a fun and engaging journey of magical practices without breaking the bank. You’ll have a magical time creating spells, divinations, and even recipes that cost little to no money, all to remind you that you don’t need fancy tools to practice the craft; all you need is a little imagination!

Witchcraft Without Worry

We’ve always believed that Witchcraft should be accessible to anyone brave enough to answer the call, and fortunately, Deborah Blake has created a wonderful resource for tapping into the powers of the craft without the need for excessive investing, making the craft once again attainable. Contained herein are instructions for making oils, runes, candles, charms, and more using easy-to-obtain materials while showcasing over fifty methods of working magic that cost little to money.

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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.

16 thoughts on “Argh Author: Deborah Blake’s Witchcraft on a Shoestring

  1. Thanks, Jenny! I’ve also got another new Witchcraft book out, The Eclectic Witch’s Book of Shadows Companion, if people are in a magical mood.

        1. No, two different books deserve two different posts so people don’t lump them together.
          But I really am sorry I was so late with them.

  2. Congratulations! Your books are so practical and helpful, and inspiring. I’m still following A Year and a Day of Everyday Witchcraft. I learned that the cards used by Bill Murray to test ESP in Ghost Busters have a name! Zener cards. I never know what I’ll learn next your books!

    1. I’m working on the revisions for a follow-up Year and a Day book, which will be out sometime next year 🙂 I’m glad you liked the first one!

  3. When I saw the cover, it instantly reminded me of Jenny’s collages and made me wonder if Deborah had commissioned her for the perfect cover.

    Meant to preorder but it got away from me! Deborah, do you have a preferred platform for ordering?

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