Several years ago I was lucky enough to uncover mine. What struck me was how beautifully simple it is; my life's purpose is to learn, have adventures and be as creative as I possibly can be... (and along the way to help others who are creatively blocked to unblock themselves.)
This means I have an eclectic mix of different skills in my toolkit. Sometimes I fulfil my purpose by writing, and sometimes through my Bewitching crafts like soap-making and semi-precious jewellery design. I am also a master practitioner and coach of NLP. At the moment, I am researching one of my favourite writers who has been previously overlooked (Mary Webb) for a PhD in Creative Writing.
If you would like to order a Bewitching Necklace, Pendulum or set of Prayer and Circle beads of your own, please have a look in the shop. I also love taking commissions, as it adds an extra challenge! If you would like something designed especially for you, have a look at the Bewitching gallery for some inspiration, and do get in touch.
Writing and Research
If you are looking for more information about my writing, please follow the links for my books, Nature Mystics, The Lychway, Somewhere She Is There, and The Softness of Water. You can also visit my author page on Amazon to download the e-books for Kindle, buy them in print, or pre-order a copy of Nature Mystics: The Literary Gateway To Modern Paganism. Alternatively, Smashwords will give you access to multiple formats, including Kindle, i-Reader, Nook and others.
If you would like to read the books, but need a little more convincing before you are ready, you can download a free taster from the shop. They will not cost you a bean!
Nature Mystics: The Literary Gateway To Modern Paganism will be released on 31st July. This will be published as part of the Moon Books Pagan Portals series and is now available for pre-order from Amazon. Here is what people are saying about Nature Mystics:
"...a wonderfully deft and vivid introduction to a broad range of
distinguished British authors whose contribution to the making of
modern Paganism is both considerable and little understood."
Professor Ronald Hutton
"This book is an important first: it brings the rich detail of the pagan sensibility in early twentieth-century novels to the modern reader."
Christina Oakley Harrington, Treadwells Bookshop
Please feel free to get in touch and send me your comments, as I always love to hear from you. You can do this by sending me a message here, or via the Social Networking links to Facebook, Twitter and Linked in above on the right.