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podcast: books that make you reconsider your perceptions on #spirituality, the #occult, and #newage thinking

Podcast: Books That Make You Reconsider Your Perceptions On #Spirituality, The #Occult, And #NewAge...

#16 Books That Make You Reconsider Your Perceptions On Spirituality, The Occult, And New Age Thinking https://www.booksthatmakeyou.com/16-books-that-make-you-reconsider-your-perceptions-on-spirituality-the-occult-and-new-age-thinking-isobel-blackthorn/ “What is new age thinking, or spirituality, or the occult for that matter? Some religions consider the occult to...

Book review: Burning Crowe by Geoff Smith

About Burning Crowe Two teenagers, both alike in indignity. Will they be civil? Or will there be blood? Bartholomew Crowe is 18 years old. His dad dead, and deserted by his stepmother, he’s running seriously low...
book review: the pale by clare rhoden

Book review: The Pale by Clare Rhoden

About The Pale The Outside can be a dangerous place. But so can the inside. It’s been years since the original cataclysm, but life has been structured, peaceful, and most of all uneventful in the Pale. The...
book review – sangre: the wrong side of tomorrow by carlos colon

Sangre: The wrong side of tomorrow by Carlos Colon

About Sangre: The wrong side of tomorrow The harrowing saga of Nicky Negron’s tortured soul continues as the inner and outer demons shadowing Newark, New Jersey’s undead vigilante have no intention of letting him rest...
book review: overture by vanessa couchman

Overture by Vanessa Couchman

Overture What if you had a unique talent, but everything conspired against your dreams? France, 1897. Born to a modest farming family, Marie-Thérèse has a remarkable singing voice and wants to become a professional singer. But...
the ada cambridge prose prize 2019

The Ada Cambridge Prose Prize 2019

Reaching the shortlist of the Ada Cambridge Prose Prize! It is every author’s much coveted dream. When I opened the email from the Williamstown Festival committee and saw the first word, ‘Congratulations!’, I nearly fell...
a matter of latitude #booktour wrap up

A Matter of Latitude #BookTour Wrap Up

A Matter of Latitude Book Tour There were thirty stops on this tour, with twenty-two reviews, all of them filled with praise. No one made these reviewers say what they have, which makes this a...
a stunning review of clarissa’s warning

A stunning review of Clarissa’s Warning

In this busy world of ours, authors can generally expect reviews of one or two paragraphs. Every now and then one comes along that is much more than that. I am delighted to share...
alice bailey featured in new dawn magazine

Alice Bailey featured in New Dawn magazine

When I contacted New Dawn magazine requesting they review The Unlikely Occultist, my biographical novel of Alice A. Bailey, I was anticipating the usual rejection or no-reply. Instead, I received a pleasing email from...

Sunday essay: lost and found in the Tasmanian bush

Lower Snug looking across North West Bay to Mt Wellington, Tasmania. Cassandra Pybus This piece is republished with permission from GriffithReview 63: Writing the Country (Text), ed Ashley Hay. When I was in my middle thirties, I abruptly...