The Witching Year: A Memoir of Earnest Fumbling Through Modern Witchcraft
by Diana Helmuth Author
Diana Helmuth didn't put much stock in religion. Organized, disorganized, it didn't matter—it wasn't for her. But one year, tired of God being dead, she decided to tap into something new: witchcraft.
What followed was a year of reflection, trial and error, fumbles, and back spasms. Turns out there isn't a lot of consensus on the "right" way to be a witch, and Diana realized she'd have to find her own meaning in the practice. The Witching Year is a humorous and insightful look into the magical tradition of trying something new.
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