BOOK REVIEW - Llewellyn's 2009 Witches' Datebook
Michael Gleason firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat Jul 12, 2008 3:45 pm (PDT)
Llewellyn's 2009 Witches' Datebook © 2008 Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN 978-0-7387-0725-9 144 pages Paperback $10.99 (U.S.) $12.50 (Canada)
I doubt that there is anyone out there who doesn't know that Llewellyn
brings out a line of annual publications. Some people like them and some
This year's Datebook (for 2009) contains five articles - Clearing Your
Unwanted Attachments; Tools of the Trade; First Nation's Autumn Magic;
Scents to Effect Magic; and Tarot Card Applications - and half-page
recipes, articles, and poetry scattered throughout the 144 pages.
Each daily entry has a bit of space for notes, some basic astrological
data, as well as observances and indications or whether it is a
"planting day," a "harvesting day," or neither.
This is the 10th year the Datebook has been published and I suspect it
will continue for quite a while.
The poetry contained within the spiral-bound covers of this book is
inspirational, the Sabbat information is as well, and even the daily
notes can make one stop and think. Being spiral-bound makes it easy to
use, since it will open flat; the two pages per week make it easy to
check upcoming dates, and the price is easily affordable. All of the
preceding make it one of the valuable additions to my annual collection,
and should do the same for you.