By Pauline Campanelli
Published 1989 by Llewellyn Publications
Synopsis: Month by month information on living the magical life.
I like this book because it is a bit like a diary of everyday life as a witch. It is written mostly in first person, which gives it a personal touch. Makes you feel as if you are "in" the life of a witch. As with so many of this type of book, there is a lot of opinion and personal preference. But, that will be found in most books.
For each month, the magical events are described. There are recipes and rituals for each occasion. There is also lots of information such as when to plant, when to harvest, what types of wood to use for certain magical goals, how to make magical tools. It is really a warm, fuzzy type of book, in my opinion.
The only real negative aspect of this book is, again, the authors assume everyone is Wiccan. But, I believe this book is worth getting around that assumption for the info included.