Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Witches and Witchcraft Reading Challenge!

Making it official! 
I've been reading witchy novels and loving the world of witchcraft, for the most part.  When Ella suggested we consider the year-long challenge I fell in love with the combination of the traditional cozy and witches.  I'll go into that more when I post my review. Meanwhile, I'm pleasantly surprised, dolefully unhappy, and often confused.   With the Hansel and Gretel movie having them as witch hunters, there is a renewal of the idea of a woman of power being evil.

So, here I am, signing up for the Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf Witches and Witchcraft reading challenge for 2013.  I'm going for the Mother level. I've already passed the Initiate level and there is just something about taking my place as Mother...So...

Watch this space.  And.. feel free to recommend reads. I've already read Discovery of Witches, so we can check that off.  I've got an unpublished one coming up from Net Galley and a blog tour read. Found a blending of steampunk and witchcraft from Pip Ballentine.  Which means I'll probably be talking about podcasts again. 

OK enough. Back to actually reading... No, wait.  I've got these on Kindle..

Back to the books!

3 comments:

Lexa Cain said...

That sounds like a lot of fun! I'm sure you're gonna love all your witch books - and there are plenty of them out there. :-)

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Andrea Cooper said...

I guess I shouldn't recommend my own ;)
Do you like YA? House of Night series is about vampires, but they have magic, call the elements, and cast circles like witches. Kim Harrison's Rachel Morgan, Anne Bishop's Black Jewels series, and if you don't mind erotica-ish Yasmine Galenorn either her Otherworld or my fav. Indigo Court series.

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