Re: [WitchesWorkshop] The Magic Handbook
- I actually bought Fiona Hornes book for my teenage daughter, as I actually
thought it put quite a positive light on school, parents and teenage stuff.
We have been witches for a long time, and my daughter had also participated
in lots of stuff with my mother and I and others, but never really saw
herself in that light, as most of the "witch scene" is pushed forward by the
she actually found the book, quite enjoyable, as it was basic, aimed at her
age group, and offerred some positive ideas to help getting through life as a
- Where can I buy this book???
It sounds right up my alley.
I think people that don't want to read about other magick than "Wicca" then don't read it, it wasn't intended for you.
Carole Chapman wrote:
> Greetings everyone and Happy Beltaine,
> I have received yet another worrying letter. I have copied it below.
> Brightest Blessings
> <I am writing you this morning as I strongly believe I have both a moral and an ethical responsibility to inform and warn the community about a book entitled "The Magick Handbook- Black and White guide to Witchcraft" by author Richard Deutch (Penguin Publications) RRP $16.95 currently being sold in Dymocks Bookstores. I am sure you all remember the uproar over the issue of a major leading fashion store selling "voodoo dolls" to young teenagers a short while back and I want to bring this book to the attention of the public as it is in keeping with the same genre as those terrible dolls (which I add were removed from the shelves as a result).