In Defense of Witches by Mona Chollet

“Every possible decision modern women make or role they occupy, outside of the most rigorous and regressive, can be tied back to the very symptoms of witchcraft: refusal of motherhood, rejection of marriage, ignoring traditional beauty standards, bodily and sexual autonomy, homosexuality, aging, anger, even a general sense of self-determination.” Straight from Goodreads: Centuries after…

The Witch King by H.E. Edgmon

“I guess it depends a lot on your definition of being in love with someone versus loving them. Maybe the difference it too minute to really be able to explain it.” In Asalin, fae rule and witches like Wyatt Croft…don’t. He’s been betrothed to his best friend, fae prince Emry North, since he was a…

WitchCraft Cocktails by Julia Halina Hadas

WitchCraft Cocktails contains 70 seasonal boozy recipes, all of which are excellent for the cocktail loving witchy crowd or just anyone who likes alcohol. Arranged seasonally, it provides the perfect drink for any season ranging from Celebratory Sangria to an Awakening Mule Yule, listing energies, correspondences, accompanying rituals and further explorations. Also provided are the…

The Forest God by Jamie Lackey

“The Forest God would have never before suspected that simple domesticity could be so pleasant. It had never understood humans before, had never gained any insight into why they lived as they did. But now it could see the appeal of a warm hearth, of regular meals, of the company of loved ones.” The forest…

The Girl of Hawthorn and Glass by Adan Jerreat-Poole

“She saw the white men that Tav described, who were threatened by a Black queer boi, saw the tension in wire-sharp shoulder blades. She heard the threat in the exhaled breath that had curled around Tav’s wrists like manacles. Tav spoke about chains, about ancestors and wounds that bled into the soil and became encoded…