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Author: Moira

Blue Moon

Blue Moon

Blue’s sheltered existence as the daughter of a werewolf alpha prepared her for life as a trophy wife, destined to merge two packs together to end a centuries-long feud. It didn’t prepare her fall in love with a sexy master vampire and strike out in defiance of her father to become an alpha of her own pack. But hey, sometimes life isn’t what your father makes it. Sometimes, life is better. Or it would be if Blue wasn’t being hounded…

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Far away from everything familiar, Katy Hunter dreads the thought of spending six months is the sleepy countryside with relatives she barely knows. As she starts to settle in, Katy finds out that Clover Cottage is not as peaceful as it seems. Dark dreams, whispered secrets and mysterious midnight visitors fill her with fear in the dead of night. When she finds a silver star that belongs to a witch, Katy knows there’s a mystery to solve. But when trouble…

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Blue Moon

Blue Moon

A master vampire, a witch with a penchant for potions and a mutant werewolf full of blood-lust – mix them together, throw them at werewolf Blue and step back to watch the show. Blue’s sheltered existence as the daughter of a werewolf alpha prepared her for life as a trophy wife, destined to merge two packs together to end a centuries-long feud. It didn’t prepare her to fall in love with a sexy master vampire and strike out in defiance…

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The Folklore and Magic of Dolls

The Folklore and Magic of Dolls

My latest book explores some of the stories, legends and folklore of magical dolls and investigates why some people fear them. Along with directions and patterns to create your own unique dolls for spell-craft or as temple icons, this book is teeming with inspiration and ideas to create a world of playful magic for any purpose. From the elaborately carved foliate faces found in churches to the mass-produced fashion dolls of childhood, dolls have been part of our world throughout…

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Witchcraft Workshop Notes

Witchcraft Workshop Notes

Hi all and thank you so much for coming along to the workshop, really good to spend time with you all. As promised here’s a few notes for you to take from today’s session.

On Being a Witchy Author…

On Being a Witchy Author…

The Witching Path, my first published book, was launched in 2007 with as much fanfare and publicity as a glass of flat lemonade at your grandmother’s 85th birthday party. The book sold fairly well for a debut from an unknown author and I had a run of feature articles in prestigious, glossy new age magazines following that over the next few years and then… nothing. My circumstances changed dramatically and neither time nor situation allowed me to do much in…

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The Witch’s Journey

The Witch’s Journey

I am thrilled to announce the release of my new non-fiction witchcraft book, The Witch’s Journey, now available with Thoth Publications. You can get your signed copy at Empyrean and Nottingham Pagan Network. The Witch’s Journey saw its debut in December Five Leaves Bookshop along with my first novel, Wild Women.  The evening was well attended with standing room only so thank you ever so much for coming along to support my writing. The Witch’s Journey Drawing on the experience and…

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Wild Times…

Wild Times…

Hello everyone, Welcome to my website, I hope you find what you’re looking for here. Exciting news! My debut novel, Wild Women, is now on sale, new non-fiction book The Witch’s Journey is available now and Living Witchcraft will launch shortly. I am working hard on Midnight Magic, the second novel, and a new non-fiction on the magical uses dolls and poppets. New events and workshops  are now in the calendar. [ Sorry, I don’t have any copies of this in stock…

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Spring Time Blossoms – A Haiku

Spring Time Blossoms – A Haiku

Seeds planted spring forth. Dreaming creates emergence Blossoming results.   I do enjoy writing, both fiction and non-fiction, with some measure of success and for the most part, I’m starting to feel that I’ve acheived something significant with my writing. Unfortunately I can’t write poetry, or rather, I write poetry very badly (and therefore very rarely to save you poor souls the horror of reading it) however, I quite like Haiku and with only three lines, I can’t go far…

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