Here's this week's autumnal roundup of random witchy goodness!
And a little witch history, since I'm all about making this educational (heh heh). The 17th century witch hunt that scandalized France.
A Witch's Guide to NaNoWriMo?! Yes, please! Writers may know what NaNoWriMo is, but for those who don't it's National Novel Writer's Month (i.e., November), and the annual challenge is to write a novel in a month. I did it once, when writing Steam and Sensibility. I hadn't planned on doing it this year, but this might inspire me! BTW, the book is free through the end of November.
I'm doing a workshop on the goddess Hekate this month and need to help create an altar. Desperate and in need, I'm all over A Witch's Path, a blog that has regular pics of altars to different goddesses. Here's a lovely Autumn altar from Witchy Worlds. Thank you, Internet.
About the Author
Kirsten Weiss is the author of the Doyle Witch series of cozy mysteries and other good things.