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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Llewellyn Witches' Calendar Giveaway!

Llewellyn's 2013 Witches' Calendar
Isn't it pretty?

I have been writing books for Llewellyn Worldwide since my first one, Circle, Coven & Grove, came out in 2007. I also have articles in many of their fabulous annuals and almanacs. But this year is the first time I have ever been featured in one of my favorites of all their products: the Witches' Calendar!


I'm a little excited :-)

You can find my essays and spells on the February, June, and October months, and the calender itself is available online from Llewellyn and Amazon, if you can't find it in a store near you.

There are a few other kinda cool things going on, including the fact that my latest novel is now out on submission! [And that means I can tell you what it is all about...stay tuned.]

To celebrate, I am going to be giving away a copy of the new calender to someone who comments here by the end of the week (Friday, midnight EST). This one has to be for USA residents only, I'm afraid, since sending the calendar elsewhere would cost more than it is worth.

And as always, I would REALLY appreciate it if you could take a moment to write a review for any of the books you've read and liked, and post it on Amazon, B&N, and/or Goodreads, as well as clicking "like" on Amazon. I was looking up a book by fellow Llewellyn author Tess Whitehurst (a sweetie!) and discovered that one of her books had over 200 reviews! I'm beginning to develop a complex...

Anyway, leave a comment here about the calendar, the books, or, heck, the weather, and one lucky winner will get to see my first-ever calendar appearance! Good luck.






42 comments:

  1. CONGRATS!!! I love your stuff and I love reading the stuff Llewellyn puts together. So informative and helpful. I'm doing a happy dance for you :)

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  2. Already have one. :-) However, I will comment on your books - they are all a fabulous read and for this Solitary, good insight. Blessed Be. I just read a book where the characters all said "Blessed Be" when they said good-bye...I liked the idea.

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    1. Thanks! And yes, I like the idea too. Let me know what you think of the three monthly spells I did.

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  3. Loved your book Witchcraft on a shoestring, has so many good ideas. So happy for you to have 3 of your articles in this years Llewellyn calendar!! Congrats!!!

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  4. Congratulations and every success on your new novel! I am a big fan of Llewellyn's calender,as well as your writings, so this can only be a most excellent fit!

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  5. I love your books. I wish I could afford all of them all at once! LOL The Llewellyn Calendar is a beautiful foil for your prose. Much love!

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  6. Adore you, your books, your style, and everything. You are an inspiration and a hero to me and I am honored to be among your friends and know that I am always here and thinking of you. Lots of love!

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  7. Love your books & so thrilled that you are in the calendar this year.

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  8. That's so cool that you are in the calendar! You have so much to share, it's great to see you having access to an even wider audience.

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  9. Love all of your books, especially "The Goddess is in the Details." Very down-to-earth and practical. Great information for bringing the Goddess into our daily lives.

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    1. That one is my favorite too :-) Shhhh...don't tell the others.

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  10. I love Llewellyn's calendars and almanacs. I need to catch up on them, especially now that you are featured in the calendar. Congratulations!

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  11. Blessings Deborah. Love your books, bought several of them since I first took one of your classes two years ago.

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  12. The Witches' Calendar is a must for any hearth. So much useful information and tips. I love that you are being featured in this year's calendar!!!!

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  13. This everyday witch Loves your Everyday Witch from A to z book.And congrats !! Alex M.

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  14. OK, I'm going to go one different! I love your columns in Witches and Pagans, especially the last one in the "Element of Air' issue! That one, 'Magick On A Shestring' with it's focus on Air Elements, really gave me some great ideas about incorporating Air into my everyday life, especially #3, 'Fill The Air With Sound'. As a musician, I play music daily, and I found it extremely meditative, insightful and practical that I could really inspire my practices, and even improvisations with a focus on the Air Elementals. To play mindfully, made me not only want to play more, but it made me start to record and see what i could come up with, and the result was startling. It even influenced the work I did recording and listening to playback, and charting the moods of the pieces I was working on, some becoming songs, some becoming improvisational recordings, which could either be built upon, or just stand alone on their own. The fact that any sound, from a chant to a bell, to a guitar, to even static, channeled correctly made me look at the Element of Air in a completely different way. I shall never play or make music, or even listen to it the same way again! Thanks for that! It sure opened up he improvisational abiliies1

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    1. Wow--that's great! I'm so glad that my simple ideas sparked something in your spirit. That makes my day. (I love writing those columns, too.)

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  15. Congratulations! I would like to get a copy of that calendar. Maybe even before December!

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  16. Congratulations! I converted to Wicca/Paganism only this past year, so I don't have much of a library yet. I'll be sure to look at your books as soon as my budget allows. Hopefully they are available electronically, I steal time to read whenever I get a moment.

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    1. Yes, they are all available as ebooks! I hope you find a couple you like.

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  17. I also commented on your Goodreads post, and shared around my social media via Twitter, Facebook, and even LiveJournal! That is just awesome Deborah!

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  18. Congrats!! I love your books and now I can say calendar, too!! It would be great to own the calendar! I cold use another one! I have only one so far (it's a Dr Who one, but..)
    Thanks!
    Anna Lipari

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    1. Ooohhhh...Doctor Who! The Matt Smith doctor?

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  19. Congrats Deborah!! I always love reading stuff from you and finding out that you are now going to be showcased in the Llewellyn calendar is wonderful. Now I have another reason to get one. I currenly only have one of your books, Witchcraft on a Shoestring. I found it to be a wonderfully written book full of great ideas, recipes, and crafts. I also have a goal to purchase your books "The Goddess is in the Details" and "Circle, Coven and Grove". I have heard both are great and I can't wait to get my own copy of them.

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  20. Congrats! I would love to win this calendar, as I am late in buying one this year! Flu is bad and knocks you out this year even more than it normally does. Wishing all the luck in the world with future writing and try to stay healthy!

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  21. Congrats I hope your year brings you great joy!

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  22. congratulations on your upcoming novel. the witches calendar is one of my fav Llewellyn products, too! BB!

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    1. This is great news! I really loved your contributions to the 2012 Witches' Datebook. You have an incredible ability for spell crafting and making them accessible and inspiration to new and experienced practitioners. I look forward to seeing this calendar! Thanks! Aimee

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    2. Thanks Aimee! The Datebook was another one that was fun to be a part of.

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  24. Love your writings...Blessed Be!!!

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  25. How cool to be in the calendar; congrats!! :) Hmm, I didn't buy a Witches' Calendar this year (b/c I buy the datebook, get free calendars in the mail, and thought I'd practice tracking moon phases, etc. on my own)… but how can I pass up trying to win one now? Put me in the contest, please! P.S. I’ll write another book review on Amazon by the end of the week (under the name “Mel).

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  26. Bob said in an email:
    Love to win the Witches' Calendar because, up to now, I've mainly used calendars depicting classic autos. While pictures of Duesenbergs and Packards are all well and good, it's time for a change - the kind that leaves folks wondering if I've suddenly become a deeper gent. And, hey, maybe I actually will!

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  27. Always enjoy the calendar. Informative and fun.

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  28. Grats! May 2013 bring you bright blessings :)

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  29. I've had a Witches calendar before and I loved it! Many blessings to you in this new year!

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  30. I originally commented on the blog post over on goodreads. Commenting here just to be safe!

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  31. KIMBERLY S--you won! Contact me at magicmysticminerva at yahoo with your address :-)

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