on 12 May 1997
Edain McCoy sheds light on how covens actually function, including the different kinds of covens, group dynamics, what to look for and what to avoid when choosing or creating your own coven. She includes a helpful list of questions to ask yourself and potential coven members. With compassion, wit and humor she describes some of the events she has witnessed as a member of different covens over the years, and how to make your coven experience an enlightening one.
on 10 June 1999
This books is great for beginners and the most experierced witch.INSIDE A WITCHES COVEN tells about how to choose which coven is right for you,and it tells about Coven Magick and Healing Rituals,it tells about Teachind Secrets and Secret Teachings,and meny other points such as Networking and Group Dynamics,The Sensible Way to Join or Create a Coven and much much more.
on 18 March 1999
Having been a solitary Wiccan for almost seven years, this book answered a great many questions I had about the "other side of the Wiccan fence." Between it and Amber K's Covencraft, I feel much more comfortable with the concepts of study groups, learning circles and covens as a source for spiritual growth.
on 5 March 1998
If you are a solitary witch wondering about joining a coven, or just wondered what exactly a coven was, this is an excellent to read. Edain McCoy discusses her experiences, and what to look for in a coven. A must-read for beginners.