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Diary of a Witchcraft Shop Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I downloaded this primarily as I had looked for a book on witchcrat or druidry to try on my new Yule gift.
What a hoot! I found myself nodding & laughing along with various parts. (We have all come across our fair share of crazy making!)
The descriptions of the celebrations and different ways they are kept was inspiring too.
I will be recomending this book to my witch and druid friends, and also a few shop keepers!
My only question, what happened to the "Pan Drum" ;p
This is exactly the sort of wee shop that I would like to have one day.
I especially loved the bit where the owner comes back to find a customer locked in the shop with one of the dogs :)
The local idiosyncrasies were gently mentioned without malice or spite but with amused tolerance.
I really enjoyed that the authors were not wide-eyed and gullible 'new agers' but sensible folk who happened to have a witchcraft shop.
This book made me smile with recognition such as Liz's attitude to cooking Christmas puds , shake my head sadly at the behaviour of some people and laugh out loud....usually a tale involving one of their cats or dogs.
A book as intriguing, quirky, magical and yet normal as Glastonbury itself.
Extremely entertaining stories about life in the Cat & Cauldron shop and in and around Glastonbury itself.
I found myself laughing at the silliness of the human race and nodding in total agreement to the views and opinions put forward.
Well worth a read, especially if you know Glastonbury but also if you don't - it gives you an honest approach to how mad this very special village truly is.
The book didn't disappoint me and I liked finding out a little more about how the glastonbury shopowners feel about the town and the visitors. I only wish someone would drive me down there again so I can spend a happy day shopping and eating and then resting in the Goddess Temple.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great collection of anecdotes about paganism in England, life in Glastonbury, and everything you always wanted to ask about running a witchcraft shop but didn't asked because you... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ole A. Imsen
I love visiting Glastonbury and try to make a pilgrimage every year there. The tales in this book do sum up quite well the wonderfully quirky, and downright odd things that happen... Read morePublished 24 months ago by juliefitznz
Absolutely loved it! I visit Glastonbury on a regular basis and this book made me laugh out loud. I ordered the sequel after the first chapter and highly recommend this brilliant... Read morePublished on 18 Aug. 2014 by Mrs. L. J. Lewis
very funny diary of a witch craft shop, good read, really enjoyed it, looking forward forward to the next book..Published on 21 Mar. 2014 by rachelle wilkinson
A wonderful book to read all the ins and outs of this shop, when I next go to Glastonbury I will pay them a visit.
I love Glastonbury the Tor,Chalice Gardens too. Read more
Rather dull too much like reading a diary. Gentle and amusing but not worth spending time on. Sorry to say that since they sound nice people.Published on 15 Jan. 2014 by Oygen
I've been enjoying reading this. A nice bit of pagan entertainment. If it continues to entertain, i have the second book in my sights as well.Published on 15 Nov. 2013 by Lexie Devine
I found it very hard to 'get into 'this book. maybe it was because i wasn't well at the time but I did find it hard going.Published on 6 Nov. 2013 by janjcks