Okay, maybe a little. I like fluffy kittens and soft puppies. I’m a sucker for fluffy bunnies, too. They’re so adorable with their flippity-flop ears and foofball tails. Who doesn’t like fluffy? True – true. I don’t call myself: “ScaryEvil666SatanicWitchSorceressDarkPriestessofLeviathan”, Continue reading Fluffy?!
I remember when I made my first semi-pro short story sale. It was A Sorcerer By Any Other Name and I sold it to a small zine called Sorcerous Magazine back in 1996. I later sold the same story to Continue reading Firsts
The companion chapbook to S. Connolly’s bestselling Honoring Death and companion to Keys of Ocat. This is a supplementary ritual and prayer book that completes S. Connolly’s trilogy of Daemonolatry necromancy reference works. While the other books aren’t necessary to understand Continue reading Necromantic Sacraments
The Keys of Ocat reveals the never before published Saturn rites, seals, and theophantic gate opening rituals of Ocat, the abyssal gatekeeper of the dead. Behind His gates dwell the Daemons of death including Euronymous, Balberith, Bune, Hekate, Frucisierre, and many others. These blood magick Continue reading Keys of Ocat – Now Available!
Let’s face it – I expected it. It was only a matter of time before Fox News’ (Faux News) Fox & Friends pissed in the Post Toasties of Wiccans and Pagans. If you haven’t seen it yet – here is Continue reading Wow, Faux News! Really?
I have heard people (jealous haters) accuse writers (me included) of being narcissistic. Not in the sense that we lack empathy, can’t keep meaningful relationships, or that we’re using others for our own gain. No, rather we’re often labeled narcissistic for Continue reading The Narcissistic Writer
From Amazon reviews to author criticisms in forums – negative, destructive criticism happens. It sometimes even happens in critique groups. A few weeks back, I told a woman that her blog post about an author was exceedingly negative. Imagine my surprise Continue reading Constructive vs. Everything Else
I was very disappointed yesterday when I learned one of the MOOCs I’m taking was cancelled due to student comprehension problems and, let’s be frank, the technologically impaired. Yes, I am simply saying how I feel. I can do that Continue reading #edcmooc The Trouble With MOOCs
Praise to you Ptah, Lord of All Builders. You who takes the clay from Hapy’s banks, You who takes the sand from the home of Set, You who takes the tears of Nit Who adds the wheat stalks of grain Continue reading Ptah: The End of Malaise Through Catharsis