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Everything Roses

In tarot, the symbol of roses suggests everything is in balance. Perhaps that’s why roses keep showing up in my life. The hectic schedule is finally starting to wind down and I’m tremendously excited for 2019. I have a lot going on. However, I have to remember that I still have a few things to pull out of the hat before year’s end.

The final OTS book is past the mid-point and starting to flow rather smoothly, open enrollment at the day job is winding down, and the thinning veil is almost upon us! If you don’t have anything planned for October 28, consider joining us for my annual online Halloween book bash — Dissolution of the Veil: A Chilling Book Event. We have some great authors and storytellers joining us. Replete with a costume contest and lots of fabulous prizes!  This event is always fun and the attendance increases every year because it’s such a kick-ass event.

This coming weekend I had to cancel my attendance at Mile Hi Con 50 due to some religious celebrations and surprise guests. YAY! So excited to see friends I haven’t seen in a few years! This will be one of two Rites to Eury I’ll be attending, not including my own. It’s time to bring in some changes in how I do things and get back to what matters and that alone brings me great joy and a closer connection with the Daemonic Divine.  Leviathan and Paimon hit that nail on the head, as usual. There’s also the matter of the greater rite coming up, and I’ve been conspiring, well – planning, with Belial and Leviathan, some magick that should prove interesting.

I did skip out on this month’s #DoMagick and for that, I apologize. But I have some things already brewing and while it does involve daily invocation – I don’t have the time to actively share in the work at this time. Again, my biggest hurdle with #DoMagick is finding the time to blog and share with people.

DH and I made some hard cider this past weekend from our crazy apple harvest and it’s in the next room, bubbling away. Can’t wait to try it! But it won’t be ready until about mid-November, just in time for Thanksgiving.

Life has been good to us this year, even though it was a super busy one. I’m ready to slide with grace and ease into a much calmer 2019 with a lot of fabulous projects and exciting news.  So stay tuned and get ready –  and thank you for your patience during a summer/autumn of percolation. I blame the retrogrades and Sorath for all that busy opportunity. All of which has led to bigger and better things and that’s the point.  I howl. 😉

Steph is an award winning and bestselling author of thrilling steamy and paranormal romances, dark urban fantasy, occult horror-thrillers, cozy mysteries, contemporary romance, sword and sorcery fantasy, and books about the esoteric and Daemonolatry. A Daemonolatress and forever a resident of Smelt Isle, she is happily married and cat-mom to three pampered house cats. Her muse is a demanding sadistic Dom who often keeps her up into the wee hours of the morning. You can contact her at swordarkeereon@gmail.com

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