Crafting Magick with Pen and Ink: Learn to Write Stories, Spells and Other Magickal Works

  • Title: Crafting Magick with Pen and Ink: Learn to Write Stories, Spells and Other Magickal Works
  • Author: Susan Pesznecker
  • ISBN: 9780738711454
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • Crafting Magick with Pen and Ink Learn to Write Stories Spells and Other Magickal Works With the help of this book your writing and magickal skills will expand and growYou will be a true magickal writer Richard Webster award winning author of Write Your Own Magic Would you like to craf
    With the help of this book, your writing and magickal skills will expand and growYou will be a true magickal writer Richard Webster, award winning author of Write Your Own Magic Would you like to craft your own Book of Shadows Write a story Create Pagan rituals or Wiccan spells for special occasions And ultimately infuse your writing with added beauty, style, an With the help of this book, your writing and magickal skills will expand and growYou will be a true magickal writer Richard Webster, award winning author of Write Your Own Magic Would you like to craft your own Book of Shadows Write a story Create Pagan rituals or Wiccan spells for special occasions And ultimately infuse your writing with added beauty, style, and power Get your creativity flowing as you step into a boundless world where magick comes alive through the written word Clear, step by step instructions will guide you through each phase of creating beautiful and powerful magickal works Drumming up ideas Keeping a magickal journal Freewriting Choosing a composition form Revising drafts to a refined polish This book on magickal writing offers an array of exercises, tips and terms, and writing samples to help you craft stories, devotional poems, spells, chants, prayers, blessings, meditations, and rituals By mastering the techniques in this book, your every word will crackle with energy, vibrancy, and true power.

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    1. "Crafting Magic" By Susan Pesznecker A great book for someone who just about to travel on the road of the writer. Supposedly geared toward writing spells and prayers the book covers other areas such as journal writing, creative writing and journals. I was expecting more techniques on writing spells then on stories. The author begins her book by teaching the reader how to create their scared writing space. This is done by a ritual ass well as by making your own writing stole and consecrating it. [...]

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    2. Much, much, much recommended for the Pagan Writer! Susan's exercises between chapters are interesting and thought provoking. Her entire outlook on writing mirrors how I've always wanted to fashion that aspect of my life. With her advice, I've taken copious notes on making my writing space magickal, my personal library special, and how to use my every day life in strengthening my writing.

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    3. I am glad I just borrowed this book from the library and didn't buy it. It basically is an introduction to writing, almost all of which is the same that is taught in grade school. Because its just a repeat of basic writing education I ended up skimming a lot of this book because it wasn't anything new. Also there is very little about writing spellwork actually involved in this book.

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    4. This book attempts to be both a basic introductory writing text and a guide to writing as used in magic. Since it comes in at only 240 pages, this is a book of breadth more than depth. While I can think of lots of things I wish she'd had space to cover, I think she was remarkably successful given the lack of space.There aren't a lot of books on magical writing to compare this too (the only one that leaps to mind is Write Your Own Magic, although there may be others), but you could fill a library [...]

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    5. Disclaimer: I am not a Wiccan, I am doing research on witchcraft for a project (hence the research shelf.)I didn't get what I expected with this book. From the title and the blurb I thought it would be about writing spells, but instead it's more of a general writing book that happens to be from a Wiccan perspective. Towards the end she does start to go into writing spells and rituals, but most of the book deals with basic writing instruction: how to set up your work area, how to brainstorm, etc. [...]

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    6. DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK!This book is so incredibly basic that if you've completed middle school you know all of the "mundane" writing things in it, and if you've read ANY Wicca 101 book you know the magickal stuff in it. She doesn't teach you how to write a ritual, she only mentions what needs to go in a ritual--ie circle casting, etc. She doesn't even give you examples. There are FAR better books out there than this one. For "mundane" writing, try "Plot vs Character" by Jeff Gerke, and for ritual [...]

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    7. I borrowed this book from a friend and really enjoyed it. Though it could have been organized better, it straddled the worlds of mundane writing advice and fun magical tips and tricks. If you like reading books about witchcraft, this is a good way to get yourself to read about writing skills and techniques without dying of boredom. This isn't just for constructing rituals and spells. I would recommend this book to all my witchy author friends.

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    8. This is a great reference book for ideas on how to get your writing juices flowing, whether it be writing stories, journal writing, or poetry. It is a great addition to my library for writing help. It's very much my style.

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    9. I'm reviewing this book for a publication.Just a short note: I LOVED it!!!

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    10. An excellent merging of writing 101 and magickal practice.

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    11. i liked this book but not sure that I will put it into good use for my writing as it will be very very limited indeed

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