Regarding the Chapbooks

Recently, it came to my attention that most people can not print out the included activities from several hand-held ebook readers. This goes against what I was assured when I was researching the possibilities of electronic publication… and kind of angers me, as even priced at $0.99, folks want what they’re paying for.

In light of this, I’m now offering a downloads page as a place to pick up the activities (which may sometimes include the crafts and/or stories as well) in a printer-friendly format.

If you have purchased any of the Sabbat chapbooks so far (Yule, Imbolc and Ostara) please send your electronic receipt via the contact form, and I’ll send the password to the downloads page to you.

I apologize for any and all inconvenience this bungle has caused, and for future reference, all chapbooks will come with a password for the corresponding pages.

Yuletide Interview!

Rebecca Brown from the Pagan Friends Webzine recently conducted an interview with me, which is now posted in their fantastic Yule issue!

And remember, you’ve only got until midnight tonight to send in those receipts to get a free copy of Litha to go with your copy of Yule… click here for more details.

Don’t have Yule yet? It’s only $0.99! Head on over to Amazon or Smashwords to pick up a copy… and then send me the receipt!

‘Twas the Night Before Yuletide

‘Twas the Night Before Yuletide
(This version author unknown, original Clement C. Moore)

‘Twas the night before Yule, and all ‘cross the heath,
not a spirit was stirring – no human or beast.

Warm cider was left by the altar adorned,
to celebrate the Oak King would soon return.

The children lay sleeping all snug in their beds,
while faeries and elves danced through their heads.