Magnifique Noir

Magnifique Noir Book 1: I am Magical By Briana Lawrence 2017 Bree is a Youtube gamer. Marianna is an aspiring chef. Lonnie is a powerhouse in the ring. Amid college classes, girlfriends, and general life craziness, when monsters attack their city they become...
Convergence 2022

Convergence 2022

A 4-day of celebration all things geek, Convergence is an annual sci-fi convention held in Minneapolis. 2022 felt like a big step to getting back to the before times with Convergence. This year the Wee Dictator joined us for some of it. He Who Toils Endlessly got his...

Review: Loki and Sigyn

Loki and Sigyn By Lea Svendsen Llewellyn Books 2022 At times whimsical yet informative, Loki and Sigyn explores the often neglected and overshadowed Sigyn and ever growing in popularity husband. Author Lea Svendsen runs through the basics of Loki in the lore and what...

Monarch of Lightning Review

Monarch of Lightning by Danith Mcpherson On the eve of announcing her pregnancy, Janvian witnesses the assassination of her husband. Now a monarch of Lorcha carrying the next heir to the throne, Janvian realizes even the order of mystics tasked with keeping order...

Witches Sabbath Book Review

Witches Sabbath by Kelden In Kelden’s second book, the traditional witch tackles a central part of the folk beliefs around withes: the witches sabbath. Not only does Witches Sabbath include solid scholarship, but instructions for the practicing witch to attend the...

The Way of Fire and Ice Book Review

The Way of Fire and Ice by Ryan Smith 2019 Llewellyn Publications In the Way of Fire and Ice, author Ryan Smith provides an introduction to what he terms Radical Norse Paganism. This is essentially inclusive Norse Paganism that firmly shuts the door on white...

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