A Witch's Mirror, by Levannah Morgan
A Witch's Mirror: The Art of Making Magic offers you an overview of traditional witchcraft as practiced in Devon. The book stays away from complex and ceremonial rituals that are often found in modern magical practices, and focuses more on the simple ways in which witchcraft can become part of your everyday life.
Witchery, by Lily Oak
The is a wonderful little tome, completely devoid of all pretension. Anyone seeking to take their first steps in learning about modern witchcraft can pick this up and use it as a useful primer.
Hedge Witchcraft, by Harmonia Saille
If you are after a short guide to traditionally based witchcraft then this is a really interesting little read, it will provide you with a general overview of pagan festivals, and examples of how they are practiced. It also goes into elemental correspondences, and how these tie the everyday world to the magical one. But, if you have a decent background knowledge of general traditional witchcraft and modern pagan spirituality, then you may be left feeling a let down by this title.
Mrs Darley's Pagan Healing Wisdom, by Carole Carlton
I was recently sent a copy of “Mrs Darley's Pagan Healing Wisdom”, the book is written by Carole Carlton, and is the fourth book in the “Mrs Darley” series. Anyone looking at the cover and title of this book would be forgiven for thinking that they were looking at a spell book of healing rituals, but as the back cover explains...
Earth, Air, Fire and Water: More Techniques of Natural Magic(Llewellyn's Practical Magick) by Scott Cunningham
'Earth, Air, Fire & Water: More Techniques of Natural Magic' was written by Scott Cunningham as a follow up to 'Earth Power', published over ten years prior.
Despite his Wiccan beginnings Scott Cunningham's writing bears very little impression of this. As with the majority of Scott Cunningham books 'Earth, Air, Fire & Water' focuses on what he terms "folk magic", which he goes on to describe as "the magic of the people".