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Sunday, December 20, 2015

Yule Celebration Giveaway!


Yule, also known as the Winter Solstice, starts either Monday night or Tuesday morning, depending on which part of the country you live in. (If you're in the Southern Hemisphere, you're observing the Summer Solstice instead, of course.) In celebration of all the holidays at this time of year, as well as my new Llewellyn book contract (you KNEW I was going to do a giveaway for that, right?) I'm going to do one last giveaway this year. It's a cool one!

Everyday Witchcraft tote bag and notebook, plus a broom ornament, plus swag!

Isn't this adorable?!

OMG! Look what's on the back of the tote bag!
The giveaway includes a reversible oversize tote bag with EVERYDAY WITCHCRAFT on one side and The Witch's Broom (still on sale in Kindle form for only $2.99, but I have no idea for how long!) on the other side. Also, the last of my Everyday Witchcraft notebooks, and a cool Yule broom ornament I special-ordered from some lovely Pagans in France on Etsy to give to my family and friends--this was the last of those, too. See how special y'all are? Plus, of course, some misc. swag and bookmarks and such.

By the way, check out how popular Everyday Witchcraft still is! (I tend not to check, so when I happen to look at the page, it is always a pleasant surprise. Thanks SOOOOO much to all of you who have bought a copy!)
#11 in Books > Religion & Spirituality > New Age & Spirituality > Wicca, Witchcraft & Paganism > #15 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Religion & Spirituality > Earth-Based Religions > Paganism & Neo-Paganism

All you have to do to enter the contest is to use the Rafflecopter form below and choose some or all of the options. (USA only this time, alas. Don't worry, I'll do another world-wide one in the new year.) 

Tell me, what do you celebrate at this time of year? Hanukkah, Yule, Christmas, or some combination? What do you do to celebrate?

Wishing you all a fabulous holiday season and a blessed Yule!

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36 comments:

  1. I am on Chapter 23 in Veiled Magic. I'm really enjoying this one!

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    1. Yay! I'm so glad you're enjoying it! (Don't forget to put up a review when you're done, if you can find the time.)

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  2. Being Wiccan I celebrate Yule with my coven mates. We have a small ritual and dinner afterwards. We also exchange gifts. Now on Christmas eve however the rest of my family is christian so I vist with them on that day. Then finally on Christmas day my partner and I have breakfast with his family. And on Christmas night he and I spend some alone time with each other to make plans for the upcoming year. Thats the plan as of now...LOL..Blessings to all!

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    1. That all sounds lovely! The best of both worlds.

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  3. Celebrate Yule and Christmas and New Years and my Birthday...simply celebrate with friends for all the possible reasons.

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  5. celebrate a combination of Yule and Christmas

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  6. I usually celebrate Yule, but not this year as I am all alone...

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    1. I'm sorry you're alone--consider me company, if you like, and light a candle!

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  7. Yule and Christmas. One gift and baking and eating cookies on Yule. We also go visit other pagans too. Christmas is with family with traditional foods and opening gifts.

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  8. Christmas with the in-laws, but Yule at home.

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  9. Love your books, try to get a new one each payday :)

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  10. Christmas with the Grands & family. Yule for me. This is when the atmosphere changes & candles are lit.

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  11. I celebrate both Yule and Christmas, since my kids father is Christian and I am pagan.

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  12. We celebrate Yule and Christmas.. gift giving, music, a ritual and other fun.

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  13. It has been wonderful teaching our daughter about Yule this year. :) We try to teach all holidays and joy they all can bring. Thank you for such wonderful books!

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  14. We just got back from celebrating Mother's Night with our kindred. Every night We will be doing something special for the 12 days of Yule. God Jul!

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    1. That sounds lovely! I'd love to know what the 12 things are.

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  15. I celebrate Yule with the kids and hubby, then we visit his family for Xmas! :)

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  16. I celebrate both Yule and Christmas

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  17. Christmas and Yule. We get together with my family and eat, exchange presents and visit :)

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  18. we celebrate Christmas but this year I just don't have the celebrating spirit in me.

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    1. I'm sorry. I hope nothing is wrong. *hugs*

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  19. We are celebrating Yule and Christmas, because I'm a pagan and my husband is a Christian.

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  20. What fun. We celebrate Christmas. But trying to get more Yule celebrations in.

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  21. Christmas with extended family, but Yule is really special to me personally.

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  22. We do yule and Christmas traditions.... I tell the tale of the great battle of the twin kings Oak and Holly Kings and drink egg nog or hot coco and depending on where we are (fireplace or not) depends on what log we use..... As a child Momma would burn then store the ashes under her bed to reuse for the next years yule.... Merry meet and Thanx for the giveaway

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    1. Fabulous traditions. My first coven used to put on a community Yule ritual at the local UU Church and one year we enacted the battle between the kings. It was a blast.

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  23. Yule and Christmas. We get together with the whole family to celebrate.

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  24. I celebrate Yule and Christmas as well, as I understand the word Christ to mean something more all encompassing than simply the Judeo-Christian term. Culture has associated the word in recent times with these religions almost exclusively, but I prefer to view it in its original literary context. I really enjoy incorporating the mythos and traditions from both cultures :D

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  25. I celebrate Yule and Christmas as well, as I understand the word Christ to mean something more all encompassing than simply the Judeo-Christian term. Culture has associated the word in recent times with these religions almost exclusively, but I prefer to view it in its original literary context. I really enjoy incorporating the mythos and traditions from both cultures :D

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  26. I celebrate Yule and a secular Christmas,which is also my husband's birthday! I blend the many traditions of my muttlike heritages with my husband's pure German roots for a delightfully eclectic Yuletide season!

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  27. I celebrate Yule and a secular Christmas,which is also my husband's birthday! I blend the many traditions of my muttlike heritages with my husband's pure German roots for a delightfully eclectic Yuletide season!

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  28. Yule and Christmas. As we are a blended couple it only makes sense! Love all of your work!

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