Blogtober Day 14: Witchy Reads: Enchanting Escapes Between the Pages

Happy October!!

Hey there,

Fellow bookworms and my fellow witches! ๐ŸŒ™โœจ

It is Blogtober day 14 and to be honest with you we are sticking on a similar theme to yesterday but discussing one of my favourite things… WITCHES!

I think you need to go and grab your comfiest blanket, brew a steaming cup of herbal tea (any tea will do) and let’s chat about one of my absolute favorite things in the world: witchy reads! ๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ”ฎ

There’s something undeniably enchanting about curling up with a good book that delves into the world of magic, witches, and the supernatural. Whether you’re a seasoned practitioner of the craft or just someone who’s curious about all things occult, there’s a witchy read out there for everyone.

First off, let’s talk about “The Witching Hour” by Anne Rice. If you’ve ever been curious about witches and the powerful families who’ve carried their ancient traditions through the centuries, this is an absolute must-read. Rice’s writing is rich and mesmerizing, and her characters will take you on a spellbinding journey through New Orleans.

Of course, who can forget the classic “Practical Magic” by Alice Hoffman? If you’ve only seen the movie, you’re in for a treat. This book is all about sisterhood, family, and the magic that binds them together. AND MY FAVOURITE QUOTES EVER! Remember, “Always throw spilled salt over your left shoulder; keep rosemary by your garden gate; plant lavender for luck, and fall in love whenever you can.”

If you’re in the mood for a dash of historical witchery, Deborah Harkness’s “A Discovery of Witches” is an absolute gem. It combines witches, vampires, and demons in a captivating tale that spans across time and continents. You’ll find yourself utterly absorbed in the world she creates.

For something a little more contemporary and edgy, “The Witches of New York” by Ami McKay is a delightful choice. Set in 1880s New York City, it follows the lives of three witches as they navigate the challenges of their time. It’s a blend of historical fiction, mystery, and enchanting spells that will transport you to another era.

Of course, if you’re more into non-fiction, “Witch” by Lisa Lister is a must-read for anyone interested in reclaiming their inner power. It’s all about embracing your inner witch and connecting with the ancient, mystical side of yourself.

So, cozy up, light a few candles, and lose yourself in the world of witchy reads. Whether you’re looking for romance, mystery, historical tales, or a sprinkle of practical magic, there’s a book out there that will whisk you away on a spellbinding adventure.

What are your favorite witchy reads? Share your recommendations and let’s keep this magical conversation going! ๐ŸŒŸ๐Ÿ“–๐Ÿง™โ€โ™€๏ธ

Love Always,

Gee xoxo

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