I was having a conversation with a friend last week about necromancy and the thinning of the veil. He made a passing comment about how October 31 is when the veil is thinnest. I had to stop and correct him Continue reading Necromancy: Why October 31 isn’t the ‘only’ time the veil is thin.
First things first – you should know that I’m not a programmer or an IT person. I’m just a regular girl who isn’t into fashion tech. Either tech is useful or it isn’t. Either it boosts my productivity or it Continue reading Windows #Surface – A Review
You’ve probably noticed that I’m posting more this month than I did through the summer and early autumn. There are actually a few reasons for this. Earlier this year I was working on tight deadlines from spring up through September Continue reading Prolific Is As Prolific Does
Nuctemeron Gates discusses the Nuctemeron of Apollonius of Tyana as a full path-working ritual for the adept and as a complete gate opening ritual to bring the “light of the world” manifest into the magus. Please note that this book Continue reading Nuctemeron Gates
Being a professional writer means different things to different people. In the writing world, some writers have come to define professional as qualifying for membership in a professional writing organization. This often means you have to have been published by an approved Continue reading When You’ve Gone Pro
I recently received notice from my web hosting service that my website had exceeded its disk space limits. So I contacted them about getting a larger hosting package to increase my disk space. I was basically told that changing to Continue reading Migration Nightmare
There were once two frogs who lived on opposite sides of a pond. One frog sang its own frog song night after night. Many of the other frogs loved how this frog sang. They rallied around the singing frog and Continue reading A Fable: The Singing Frog
It’s time for another trip into my mailbag! Most often the people who contact me wanting to become writers (or looking to make money writing) are people looking to pen an occult book. The following emails cover the questions and Continue reading Mailbag: Writing Advice For Beginners
That is a sentence you rarely hear a writer utter. Most writers love their Macs. We’re trained to them. I don’t know about the rest of you, but back in college, when working for the college papers, all we ever Continue reading I Hate My Mac
I figured it was probably time to give you all an update. First I want to say thank you to everyone who reads my work. I also want to especially thank those of you who follow me and leave reviews, Continue reading Updates + A Freebie!