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March 2018 Wrap Up! 20 Books!

I don't know what has gotten into me but I've been writing hardly any reviews. I just don't feel like it right now. I did write a few that I think are really good this month but most I didn't even bother. Also, I think I'm in a reading slump... I probably burned myself out reading all those books in January and February. I'm always stressed with starting a new job. My daughter is sick... again. Life is just attacking me really hard right now. 

Anyway, you came here for the books I read, not to hear me complain. If you'd like to see whether or not I liked it, check out my Goodreads March Shelf. Now,  let's jump into it! 


L-DK Volume 11

L-DK Volume 12

L-DK Volume 13

Black Bird Volume 1

Black Bird Volume 2

Black Bird Volume 3 


Vampire's Kiss

Beauty and the Vampire

Llewellyn's Little Book of Meditation

Norman: The Doll That Needed to Be Locked Away


A Cart Full of Magic: Your Secret Supermarket Shopping List


How to Cast Real Spells: An Introduction to Wiccan Spells, Magic, and Witchcraft

Book that I can't believe I finished because it was freaking awful 

Defying the Pack


Witch Fire


Moonlight Sins

Pagan Books

Moon Power: Lunar Rituals for Connecting with Your Inner Goddess

City Magick: Urban Rituals, Spells, and Shamanism

The Faerie Handbook: An Enchanting Compendium of Literature, Lore, Art, Recipes, and Projects

Ostara: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for the Spring Equinox

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