From the article: Summer Reading: Witchy Fiction
Got a favorite novel that includes witches, wizards, magic or Paganism? Share it with our other readers here! What's Your Favorite?
Rowan Gant Mysteries
- Has anyone read any of these? The protagonist and his wife are Wiccans heading a small coven. Rowan is a friend of a police detective and has become the PDs Occult consultant. He gets involved with all sorts of occult crimes and uses his knowledge to help them solve them. The one I am reading right now is Never Burn a Witch. Give you an idea about these books. The series is by M.R. Sellars.
- —Guest Rowan ferch Gwynedd
What I like to read.
- I found a new to me series (3 books). They are eBooks and all 3 are on Amazon with only the first 2 so far on Barnes and Noble and some of the others. The series is War-N-Wit, Inc. The first book is The Witch. It is a book about a couple who are PIs. The first brings them together and it goes from there. You may have guessed from the name of the series and their firm that they are a Warlock and Witch. It is fun to read and does provide some good whodunit after the first book.
- —Guest Rowan ferch Gwynedd
- The Secret Circle Series by L.J Smith! I loved the description of Diana's ceremonial dress!!!
- —Guest Saori-Luna
- Dies the Fire by S.M. Stirling. This post apocalyptic trilogy begins with Dies the Fire when all energy above the level of low pressure steam is nullified. Some of the main characters are Wiccan.
- —Guest Pellinor
- I have to add The Daughters of the Moon series as a good young adult series. Another series not mentioned is Witchcraft mysteries by Juliet Blackwell.
- —Guest Brittany
A Discovery of Witches is book one
- Am really enjoying the second book by Deborah Harkness now - just came out a couple of months ago. Vampires, witches, daemons...oh my!
- —Guest Eden Sylverwolf
"Wiccan Shadows" by Lori J. Schiele
- "Wiccan Shadows: Book One of the Wiccan Sisterhood" was voted as one of the TOP TEN "Best Beach Reads" in 2011. It is a paranormal, mystery, romance about a small witch coven, as well as shapeshifters and other supernatural beings. It was written by a practicing Wiccan and all of the rituals and spells are well-researched and accurate as possible. A quick and exciting read! Check out its Facebook page for more information. "Wiccan Moonlight: Book Two" is due out sometime in the next year.
- —Guest Kira_WolfShadow
Witchy Summer Reading
- My new found favorite series is the All Souls series being written by Deborah Harkenss. Just finished book 1 a Discovery of Witches. written for Adults but I'm sure teens will love too. Centers around a reluctant with Diana Bishop, decended from the Bishop's of Salem and a vampiere Mathiew Clairmont. Can't wate for Vol 2 Shadow of Night coming out in July
- —Guest LIZZYBIRD
Grimoire Chronicles: Veil Between Worlds
- Amazing YA paranormal romance - real Wiccan character, no fluff. I could NOT put this book down! The paranormal stuff comes from the... well, if I told you it would ruin it ;) There is ritual, and some of it I want to try!
- —Guest Lydia
Physick Book of Deliverance Dane
- Such a well written book that took you from current times and spun you back to Salem's trials effortlessly.
- —Guest Katherine Howe -
Not just for young adults
- His secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flammel series is fun and fascinating. I can't wait to read more of his books! I also love Terry Brooks' books and Kim Harrison's books
- —Guest Micahel Scott
Witch Way to Murder
- is the first in a series of books by Shirley Damsgaard fearturing Ophelia Jensen, a witch in denial. She gets guidance from her grandmother, Abby, who tries to teach Ophelia to embrace her talents. One of those talents happens to be finding dead bodies. Great series - I've enjoyed all the ones I've read!
- —Guest Shirley Damsgaard
- A wonderful book that tells of the Sabbats through the adventures of a Rabbit and his friends. Fantastic reading (it all rhymes) and the pictures are true art work
- —Guest sybersurfer
mists of avalon
- it's a true classic. the first time i read it, i was a teenager and i had been playing with the idea of paganism. this book pushed me off the fence. i felt like i belonged in avalon. i have re-read it dozens of times in the 2 decades since.
Rupert's Tales: Wheel of the Year
- The first in a series of books written specifically for Pagan children - and anyone who might enjoy learning about the Sabbats along with Rupert the rabbit - in rhyme! Excellent for the Summer Solstice. Tons of bright illustrations.
- —Guest Kyrja
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