2020 Book Review: Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches by Charles G. Leland

This is a book at the center of many debates, with some giving it historical significance as a one of the oldest references to the practice of magic and others denouncing its historical importance. It was published 1899, meaning it's one of the earliest studies of historical witchcraft. There are other debates floating around, such … Continue reading 2020 Book Review: Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches by Charles G. Leland

2020 Book Review: The Will to Power by Friedrich Nietzsche

I have already reviewed one work by Nietzsche, you can find it here 2020 Book Review: Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich┬áNietzsche. I also had to read a translation of this one, but I base this review not on the original text, but the translated version I own. This is a work that I understand … Continue reading 2020 Book Review: The Will to Power by Friedrich Nietzsche

2020 Book Review: Bible Myths and Their Parallels in Other Religions by Thomas William Doane

This is not a unique type of book to me. I have read other books of comparison of Christianity and other religious books, for example, Jesus and Buddha: The Parallel Sayings by Marcus Borg. A book that put toward the reader the sayings of both teachers and let you see for yourself how closely they … Continue reading 2020 Book Review: Bible Myths and Their Parallels in Other Religions by Thomas William Doane

2020 Book Review: Memories of John Lennon by Yoko Ono

At this point in the self-imposed challenge for the year, I'm just about done with less than a handful of reviews left to do. I have had many comments on my website of people enjoying the books I've read and my thoughts on them. I have wondered if I should do another challenge or make … Continue reading 2020 Book Review: Memories of John Lennon by Yoko Ono

2020 Book Review: The Gospel of Judas by Rodolphe Kasser, Marvin Meyer, Gregor Wurst, Bart D. Ehrman

Years ago, roughly six years in fact, I came across this book and bought it. I have always been honest with my religious studies and how they began when I was very young. Across my social media accounts or even throughout my appearances, you can hear me talk about my journey and how it began … Continue reading 2020 Book Review: The Gospel of Judas by Rodolphe Kasser, Marvin Meyer, Gregor Wurst, Bart D. Ehrman

2020 Book Review: The Goodnight Kiss Collectors Edition by R.L. Stine

For the love of vampires and horror, I cannot claim anything without mentioning the importance of this book. I've touted how important Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice has been to me many times but never had I mentioned this book. It, when I thought about it, is just as important and came into … Continue reading 2020 Book Review: The Goodnight Kiss Collectors Edition by R.L. Stine

2020 Book Review: Buckland’s Complete Book of Witchcraft by Raymond Buckland

This is a wonderful read, if you're following a pagan/witchcraft path. For me, research comes as the heart of much of my writing and my choices. This is not a book for everyone. I was given this book by a close friend years ago, along with a book that went along with it that spoke … Continue reading 2020 Book Review: Buckland’s Complete Book of Witchcraft by Raymond Buckland

2020 Book Review: The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty

This is one of those books I read to face a fear. From a young age the movie impressed upon me a fear of demons, the unknown, and what could happen if I 'played' with a ouija board. It later in life inspired me to write some things I have, so without a doubt The … Continue reading 2020 Book Review: The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty

2020 Book Review: Dracula by Bram Stoker

This is undoubtably a horror classic that has spawned a ship of a thousand novels. Dracula has spawned movies, television shows, and books with romantic vampires and oceans of times. Dark, sexy, and ominous this book without hesitation made the list for reviewing and just in time for Halloween. Unlike the many books, television, and … Continue reading 2020 Book Review: Dracula by Bram Stoker

2020 Book Review: Welcome to Marwencol by Chris Shellen and Mark Hogancamp

I read this book after researching after seeing the movie Welcome to Marwen. A unique and sad telling of trauma of a man and how he coped. It really spoke to me, and I wanted to learn more about Mark Hogancamp. I came across this book during my digging into the search and wanted to … Continue reading 2020 Book Review: Welcome to Marwencol by Chris Shellen and Mark Hogancamp