Recent releases of Pagan fiction and non-fiction titles… These are not reviews, content is taken from author and publisher websites.
Mac Ailpin’s Treason by Andrew J Keir.
Out of darkness, Scotland is born. When Dál Riata’s King is viciously killed by the Pictish army, his son, Cináed mac Ailpín, is driven into exile. Resultant chaos reigns across the lands of Alba, in the guise of tragedy and Viking brutality; ultimately forcing Cináed to seek out a new kingdom for the Gaels … and to extract bloody revenge.
More about the book here – http://www.andrewjkeir.net/mac-ailpins-treason.html
Matlock The Hare: The Trial of The Majickal Elders, by Phil Lovesy, art by Jacqui Lovesy. This is volume three of a three part series.
Immerse yourself in the most fully-realised ‘majickal’ world ever imagined as Matlock and his clottabussed friends from Winchett Dale set off to complete three ‘peffa-twizzly’ tasks to prove him the most worthy hare in all the dales – in a wondrous fantasy saga with more twists and turns than Trefflepugga Path itself… Animist fiction for subversive adults.
More Matlock here – http://matlockthehare.com/page/654816-books.aspx
The Secret People by Melusine Draco
The Secret People is a remembrance of times past and a preservation of ‘parish-pump witchcraft, wise woman and cunning ways’ adapted for use in the 21st century.
More about the book here – http://www.moon-books.net/books/secret-people
A Mystic Guide to Cleansing & Clearing, by David Salisbury
Using energetic methods from a variety of traditions and philosophies, this is a new approach to the practice of cleansing our lives.
More about the book here – http://www.moon-books.net/books/mystic-guide-cleansing-clearing