Litha Delayed

We’re having issues with the images, so we’re expecting to be delayed at least until Friday.

The girls have done me proud, really. Rhia’s story is amusing and she left enough of a hook at the end to move it forward into Lughnasadh. Care’s coloring page is pretty darn good.

Now if I could just get it to lay out properly. ;)

Portfolio Site Updated

I’ve made some changes to my portfolio website. I’ve added a proper contact page, a new testimonial from the darling TL Trevaskis (author of The Forgotten Disturbed), posted a discount on the services page… and if you find the others, you win a hearty-smiley thingy!

10% discount on editing services until August 30th.

I’ve also been approached by a handful of folks that want banners similar to Edmund’s for Dreaming Creek, and Louise’s for The Black Act. I’m thinking of adding the graphic design section again, but..we’ll see.

So. What’s up? How’s things?

Oh, right. A link. hehehe


Creating New Pagan Family Traditions – Chapbook Series

The girls and I picked up the supplies for the chapbooks yesterday, along with the first printings of the covers for Litha and Lughnasadh. They look great! I can’t wait to get started…

Each chapbook will have Sabbat information, sample ritual, activity suggestions for kids, sample menu with recipes, crafts, youth-centered fiction and paper activities (coloring, picture search, etc.).

These two releases are our market test – should they go well, we may be submitting to a handful of publishers with the full chapbook series.

by Jodi Lee
incl. sections by Rhia and Care

The first chapbook in the ‘Creating new Pagan family traditions’ series will be released May 5th, available here and through our Etsy page. We’re considering an e-book edition, too.

Hand-assembled chapbook: $7.00 + $3.00 s&h
(possible) e-book: $3.50


Pre-orders: sales <{@}>

by Jodi Lee
incl. sections by Rhia and Care

The second chapbook will be released in late June, and we’ll probably have pre-orders starting a week or two before release.