#BookReview: How to Study Magic: A Guide to History, Lore, and Building Your Own Practice by Sarah Lyons

I received this book for review. Read on to see what I thought of it.

My Review

This book had my attention from the start, and I liked how the author kept it simple. There is no need for ritual and fancy words when it comes to working with pure magic and doing magical work, and that is what is discussed here. The illustrations are lovely, the chapters are easy to digest, and the content left me feeling a renewed vigour for my magical practice. If you are a young witch looking for guidance, then this is a good place to start. If you are a slightly older witch who needs a gentle push back into the practice (like me), this book is also for you.

About the Book

An insider’s guide for beginner mystics, How to Study Magic is your ultimate introduction to the main areas of magic―from witchcraft to grimoires―what it means to practice them, and, most of all, how to get started.

Have you ever wanted to dive into the world of magic, but weren’t sure where to begin? You’re not alone! Knowing where to start can be mystifying, but it doesn’t have to be. In How to Study Magic, author, educator, and seasoned witch Sarah Lyons guides you through an introductory course of study, and an enchanted entry point to the wide world of magical paths.

Buy the book here.

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