Book Review: A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming: Mastering the Art of Oneironautics 4/5

A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming: Mastering the Art of Oneironautics by Dylan Tuccillo, Jared Zeizel, & Thomas Peisel 4/5 - You should be reading this [TCC review guide] Warnings: Glossed over science and history Overall, this book was pretty good and I'll be looking to add it to my personal library. It's a great … Continue reading Book Review: A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming: Mastering the Art of Oneironautics 4/5

Book Review: The Teen Witch Spell Book by Jamie Wood 2/5

2/5 - It's OK. You can read more about my rating system here. Things to watch for: Bad or vague history, binary thinking, sexism, Wicca = witchcraft, grab and go gods and goddesses, cultural appropriation, Harm None Rede and Threefold Law every three pages, "ancient (matriarchal) religions", generalization and weird witchy folklore, and not really … Continue reading Book Review: The Teen Witch Spell Book by Jamie Wood 2/5

Book Review: “The Witch’s Handbook” by Malcolm Bird – 4/5

4/5 - You should be reading this An excellent children's book that will double as a fun source of information and craft ideas for practitioners.The only thing that kept this from being a 5/5 is that it's clearly a children's book and written about your stereotypical Halloween style witches. (Which is the point of the book … Continue reading Book Review: “The Witch’s Handbook” by Malcolm Bird – 4/5

Book Review: Easy Instant Astral Projection by Alan Marx – 3/5 Meh

Easy Instant Astral Projection by Alan Marx - 3/5 Meh It does what it says it does. It will tell you one easy way to get into the astral. No muss, no fuss. However, it has three major problems I'll elaborate on below but most readers won't be put off by the issues. I'm going to … Continue reading Book Review: Easy Instant Astral Projection by Alan Marx – 3/5 Meh

The Goddess is in the Details by Deborah Blake Book Review 3/5

3/5 - Meh. Total review length: ~2500 words. See more about my review system here. Warnings for casual religion and Christian bashing, Wiccan=Witch=Pagan, "we all revere nature/the God/Goddess/divine", inconsistency, slight misunderstanding/shaming on lesser known subjects such as BDSM and satanism, generalization for all pagans/wiccans/witches, "the gods know what's best for us" thinking, slight victim shaming, … Continue reading The Goddess is in the Details by Deborah Blake Book Review 3/5

Crown’s Book Review Guide

When I review books I look for the following:  Author’s stating that their opinions and personal definitions are just that. Author’s actual handle on writing and the editing process. Few to no grammatical errors, misspellings, off wording, or typos Consistency in the material. Hypocrisy will be pointed out at once. Flat-out misinformation or false or revised history. … Continue reading Crown’s Book Review Guide