Witches, angels, and reincarnation? The series I’ve been publishing the last several years has a wide range of subjects, creatures, and topics discussed and even merely mentioned, but what are the origins? Where did I find inspiration to create the world that became The Blasphemer Series? There will be a new series here on the website covering and diving deep underground into the research that went into my writing of these hauntingly beautiful tales and together we will discover where I kept true to the lore, where I went into my creativity to create something new, and even why I wrote the things the way I did on a deeper more investigative level. Did any of my creative writing predict outcomes in the world? You’d be surprised!
This series will cover the following creatures and lores:
This is a new specialized blog series starting March 12th, 2021.
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 of communicating with spirit. This book I read first, so I am taking the approach of reviewing as if the two books were like a series. If you’ve been following the reviews, you know I will review the first of a series instead of all the series. The book is an excellent read. Excellent if you’re wanting to begin down the above mentioned paths. It touches on all the basics that anyone wanting to start would need to know. It includes illustrations, guides, and just so much of the important foundations of modern witchcraft. I am not reviewing this to convert anyone to any path, but it was included on the recommended reads as it’s a book I enjoyed and also wanted to leave my own review since that is what I’m doing for this challenge. For those that have caught my lives and web show appearances, you probably saw this book on my bookcase behind me along with many books on occult, poetry, and other religious books.
This review is a part of my 2020 yearlong self-challenge to read and review. I have reread some books for the purpose of reviewing them on my website whereas I have read others for the first time. Check out Book Reviews and Recommendations to find other book reviews, book recommendations, and more information about the books I’m reading, have read, or are sharing.
Have you read this book? What were your thoughts? Do you agree with me? Do you disagree? Let’s have a conversation about it.