“You can’t put it down until you read it all book. Insightful and informative with some humor thrown in along the way. Loved it. I will be rereading this often until I get my Queen on for sure and certain.” ~~CountryGirl
“Katrina write as she lives her life, with warmth, laughter and an intelligence that can’t be denied. Tarot for Real People reads with simple, yet profound ideas on Tarot and life in general. To follow her instruction is to be lead through a deck of self-awareness, awareness of those around us and the world as a whole. I love this book!!” …Tammy C.
“Like many others, I would love to write books and be published. Watching friends and family struggle to get their books published had discouraged me from believing this was a possibility. Then I noticed several friends were self publishing. I was immediately interested, but at a loss as how to accomplish this task. Just this past week I was discussing this very topic with a friend, ready to start pestering any and all self-published acquaintances to share their experience. In perfect timing, I discovered this gem of a book. And as someone that has limited computer knowledge, I was beyond thrilled to discover this book contains pictures(!) with highlighting(!) walking me through the process step by step. I will be recommending this ebook to all my friends and family that write and long to be published and hopefully using this guide to publishing my own work.” ~~Alicia C.
“As a long time reader of Katrina’s blogs, I have tried many of her recipes over the years. I can vouch for the ease of preparation, tastiness and economical factor on your budget. The recipes are simple enough for the beginner cook and tasty enough for the recipients to ask for seconds. The recipes admittedly do not fall under “healthy” eating, but readily bring back memories of my childhood table. I was confident enough that I would enjoy the recipes, that I did not even bother to “look inside” the book before purchasing. I found the first part of the book to be a delightful surprise and a sharp reminder that I used to cook with focus and love but now consider it an annoying, necessary task. Is it any wonder that my family now considers meal time an annoying interruption of more important things? Tonight’s meal will be created with the focused intention of nurturing myself and my family. Thank you for the reminder of what it important, Katrina.” ~~ Amazon Customer
“While Kentucky isn’t that far away, nor the author’s childhood, this book takes you on a journey. This book is a beautiful glimpse into a simpler time and place yet woven with serious and complicated decisions that transcends geography and time. Situations humanity has faced in the past, present and certainly will in the future, but that are still uniquely the author’s. I read this book straight through, and at the end wanting to start on the next installment immediately!! Can’t wait!” ~~ Chelsea Fisher
“These are the personal memories and stories of someone in The Craft for decades, evocative and compelling. This is not a book that tells the reader how to climb the mountain; this is more a ‘view from the top’. Whether you’re an advanced level practitioner, a spiritually evolved non-Craft person or simply a curious bystander, you’ll find this book both entertaining and thought-provoking.” ~~.K. Albeck
“I would recommend this book to anyone interested in creating a group of people to worship together. Very helpful and informative book. I love the examples that are given!” ~~ Amazon Customer
2 thoughts on “Non-Fiction by Katrina”
I’m very interested in exploring my spiritual side and firmly believe in the duality of female and male energy. Which of your non-fiction books would you recommend I read first on my quest?
I recommend starting with Energy Magic Compleat. It will give you a pattern for applying energy throughout the year (in the “CUSP” portion), which begins at the Winter Solstice, to manifest long term change and also give you information on how to use energy to affect change on a more immediate basis (in the “Energy Magic” portion). The combo of the two books makes a nice start. You might be interested in my next non-fiction book, which is tentatively called “Duality Magic” and explores the male-female dynamic in magic. I hope for a release early next year.