Morrison alleviates the negativity and fear surrounding menopause with a wealth of meditations, invocations, rituals, spells, chants, songs, and other tips that will help readers face their own emotional and spiritual challenges. Illustrations.
As the last Keeper of the vile Crone’s Stone, 17 year-old Winsome Light has inherited a terrible legacy – for Satan’s mistress does not take kindly to thieves. She wants her powerful stone back and Winnie is the only one left to hide it. The problem is; no one told her. The Crone is coming to take back what’s hers and Winnie had better be ready. This is no fairytale. “Danger and excitement abound in this enticing first book in an exciting new paranormal series.” Publisher’s Weekly Reviewer. “One cannot help but root for Winnie, both in her quest, and in love. The author introduces intriguingly flawed, yet heroic characters poised to embark on a search for other ancestral artifacts that will aid in the protection of the Stone and its Keeper. Winnie must not only fend off the manifestations of her worst nightmares but she must also be wary of the ultimate deceiver, Finesse’s lover, Seth.” Publisher’s Weekly Reviewer.
Denie is the lone survivor of a horrific plane crash. Raised with great love and care by her Uncle Rylan and Devon, they are ready to start a new life. Denie has Down syndrome - but she is exceptional in other ways they will slowly start to realize. Settling down in their new home, an eerie visit from the mysterious Momma Clay leaves the family on edge - particularly when she announces that she has called Denie to come. Denie and an old friend are thrust into the unknown. They must piece together a mysterious puzzle and untangle the web spun by the old crone in order to save their loved ones. Or will they be too late? About the Author J.M. Smith resides in Las Vegas with his husband, Mitch, and their two dogs. The Crone is his first novel.
In a style that is poetic and appealing to the imagination, "Crone's Book of Charms & Spells" gives practical directions for carrying out numerous spells, charms, recipes or rituals--all of which take their inspiration from nature and folklore. In a world where nature is so often slighted or ignored, this book serves to heighten your awareness of the magic lying beneath the surface, and the powerful ties that exist between mind and matter.
Ever since that tragic night when her mother and guardian were murdered, thirteen-year-old Sarah has been living on her own and searching for the knight who was responsible. Her quest for revenge leads to an even greater adventure when she witnesses Queen Guinevere being kidnapped. Soon Sarah finds herself accompanying Sir Gawain and Squire Terence on a remarkable journey to rescue the Queen. In their travels they meet, among others, a mystery knight traveling incognito in a dung cart, a faery who becomes Sarah’s first friend in a long time, a reclusive monk who plans to spend the rest of his life building a tomb for Sir Lancelot, and a princess who might have a little more gumption than she appears to. As the plot thickens, Sarah finds out more about the people she’s met and befriended, as well as about herself. She begins to learn the true consequences of vengeance and what it really means to be a princess.
Sally Thomason's research and reflection on aging disclose the scientific and medical oversights and cultural biases that inform our attitudes toward aging. Based on the personal experiences and stories of dozens of women interviewed, Thomason proposes strong, new, holistic perspectives that can overcome our cultural misconceptions and animate personal, medical, and religious work by and with the aging.