Katie Gerrard

Helpful votes received on reviews: 98% (41 of 42)
Location: London
Web Page: www.seidr.co.uk
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Author of: Odin's Gateways Seidr: The Gate is Open Contributor to: Priestesses, Pythonesses, and Sybils VS: That Thou Art

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Somewhere She Is There by Rebecca Beattie
Somewhere She Is There by Rebecca Beattie
5.0 out of 5 stars A record of healing, 1 Mar 2014
Grief is such a complex and life changing emotion. It overwhelms you in a way that makes you believe that there can never be a way out, but gradually you find your way through the mist and life goes on.
It is so difficult to explain the grieving process when you've come out of the other end, yet Rebecca Beattie's Somewhere She is There does just that and this makes it the perfect book to buy someone who is full of the rawness of new grief. The words are soothing and convey the strength of character that shines through in all of us during difficult times. As you read you know that Charlotte will get through those tough months and this in turn helps the reader know that they can too.
Freyja, Lady, Vanadis: An Introduction to the Godd&hellip by Patricia M. Lafayllve
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I have been working with the goddess Freyja for many years (more than I care to admit to these days!) and therefore bought this book immediately after discovering it existed. It is a nice sturdy little guide to the goddess and allows the reader to understand her within a pagan/ heathen context. It is clear that the author has done a lot of research in her field and she is careful to show where she found her information and to represent it clearly for the reader. Where this differs from purely academic texts however is that the author also brings in information on how Freyja is worshipped and understood by the modern pagan audience. I do feel that in her struggle to be taken seriously as an… Read more
An Ogham Wood by Cliff Seruntine
An Ogham Wood by Cliff Seruntine
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
First of all, I am delighted to say that this book is available on Kindle which is at the moment my preferred reading medium! I am also very pleased to see that not only is this a Kindle read, but the publishers have chosen to make the Kindle version a fraction of the paperback price, which of course it *should* be being that no paper is involved and no trees were harmed in the production of this book. Take note publishers with overinflated Kindle prices!

Secondly, it is wonderful to see Avalonia books publishing fiction, and I eagerly await many more fiction reads

An Ogham Wood is a romantic tale about a man who has recently lost his partner and who, remembering their… Read more