Basic Witches: How to Summon Success, Banish Drama, and Raise Hell with Your Coven by Jaya Saxena

Basic Witches: How to Summon Success, Banish Drama, and Raise Hell with Your Coven

Capitalizing on the rising trend of hipster witchcraft, BASIC WITCHES is a lighthearted and empowering book of spells and lifestyle tips for feisty millennial women.In Basic Witches, readers will discover how to tap into their inner sorceress and channel the dark arts for everything from cluttered apartments to dating disasters. Want to enhance your attractiveness? Pick th...

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  • Lizy
    I was really excited about this ARC until pages 49-52, where the authors deadass suggest that if you're not a man (or just not feminine at all) but want to be witchy you should dress in your power colors (verbatim. Power colors), find a nicely scented cologne to wear, and do an anti-femininity spell...
  • Cora ☕ Tea Party Princess
    5 Words: Magic, well-being, feminism, empowerment, humour.I loved this....
  • Jessica
    I received this book for free from the publisher (Quirk Books) in exchange for an honest review. I give this book 4.5 stars which rounds up to 5. I’ve been wanting to read this book for the longest time. I’ve been very interested in witches and witchcraft since I read the Chilling Adventur...
  • Danielle Brusco
    It's a mix of positive affirmations, feminism, and very loose ties to witchcraft and rituals. The authors make it clear in the first couple chapters that they're not spiritually wiccan, nor are they pagans practicing witchcraft. Maybe it is because I'm studying paganism and witchcraft as spiritual p...
  • Melissa
    You know, I originally had a very long, angry review posted for this book, however I deleted it. I tossed and turned at night because of this book. I woke up in a cold sweat, my nightmares filled with images of Killstar-esque Tumblr witches sporting Ray Bans and purple lipstick and shirts that say "...
  • Kayla Torres
    WHOOOO BOY IF I COULD RATE THIS ZERO STARS I WOULD!I’m sorry. I had my eyes on this book for some time and I knew I wasn’t going to like it but I gave it a chance. I’m still disappointed...I’m really hating the fact that there are books being written that HAVE TO HAVE FEMINISM WI...
  • Teresa
    Ok let me start by saying I have been studying and learning witchcraft for more years then I care to say. This book is a joke to anyone who is even the least bit schooled in the real thing. On top of that if you take this as your first book and try some of the junk in this book you can and will be o...
  • Iris
    THIS BOOK IS NOT FORWITCHESIt is definitely for those not well versed in anything wiccan or occult. It is a self help book for the millenial/gen-z-er that needs a little spirituality in their life. It goes over ways to empower yourself, through day to day life, and with little charms. While it is in...
  • Becca
    5 stars for the lovely illustrations!!Otherwise, I think this is maybe meant for teens, so I’m not the ideal audience. And it’s not exactly serious witchcraft... it’s more like a five minute guide on: how to use charms in positive visualization, play with tea leaves/tarot cards/runes,...

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