Cover design received for the first in the Sacred Landscape trilogy – Caves and Mountains and after the Autumnal Equinox I’ll be making a start on Lakes and Waterfalls. The (Inner-City) Path is now in production with Moon Books and should be in print by this time next year.
The Arte of Darkness in now in print with Ignotus Press UK in both paperback and e-book format and Seeking the Primal Goddess (Moon Books) now has a publication date of 31st January 2020. Seeking the Primal Goddess is the companion volume to Pan: Dark Lord of the Forest, whose aim is to take us back to the days when our gods were mean, moody and magnificent and not surrounded by white light and rainbows. These are the deities of the world when it was young
Since Christmas stuff in now appearing in shops and magazine advertising, I’m jumping on the advertorial band-wagon with a plug for Have A Cool Yule: How to Survive (and Enjoy) the Mid-Winter Festival by Melusine Draco.
For the past couple of weeks the weekend supplements have been trumpeting their early warning systems with Irish department store Brown & Thomas unveiling their annual Christmas shop 132 days before Christmas with shop bosses claiming the early launch is ‘in response to customer needs’. In truth, they’re probably attempting to steal a march on their rivals in case Brexit puts the mockers on the whole shooting match.
And all those reluctant Christmas rebels now have the perfect excuse to announce that they will be changing plans this year and doing something different – including spending less! Have a Cool Yule helps to put the fun back into Yuletide and magically transforms it into something we look forward to once again, instead of dreading.
Have A Cool Yule: How to Survive (and Enjoy) the Mid-Winter Festival by Melusine Draco is published by Moon Books in both paperback and e-book format from Amazon.