Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Delilah Temple's debut novel takes readers on a sizzling plunge into the sexy and sorcerous lives of a coven of traditional witches who hide in plain site on the outskirts of Indianapolis. Provocative and delicious, it'll leave you yearning for Book 2.
Explore the world of five Indianapolis witches as they struggle to keep a low-profile during the beginnings of a fresh new witch hunt.
Available on Kindle, CreateSpace, and Amazon.
Friday, February 14, 2014
Sappho, the lyric poet whose life and lovers give us our current understanding of the word "Lesbian," was hailed as the Tenth Muse on her island home of Lesvos and all throughout Classical Greece. Her poems of passion and longing were directed at the men ... and women ... whom she adored and sometimes envied.
Like most girls of Lesvos, Sappho lived a life among women. After her earliest education, though, she rejects the traditional married life and gives herself in service to the temple of Aphrodite to become a priestess of love, beauty, and sexual ecstasy. Cloistered among the sacred courtesans, she opens her heart and body to love. But when Pittakos the tyrant and Alcaeus the poet vie with each other to be first in her heart, will she lose herself and all that she holds dear?
Laurelei Black, who is herself a priestess of Aphrodite, offers a unique and often erotic look into the passionate, tumultuous, and inspirational life of Sappho through the lens of service to the Goddess of Love.
Written and Edited by Laurelei Black
Posted by Natalie at 10:33 PM
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
This prophetic work is channeled from the Witch Father, Tubal-Qayin, and the Witch Mother, who is both Lilith and Ishtar. Hear now the Gospel of Qayin, the wisdom he brings to all Witches in this New Aeon.
Liber Qayin is a channeled book in three parts: The Black Book of Lilith-Sophia, The Red Book of Qayin-Azazel, and the White Book of Ishtar-Lilith.
40 pages, available in paperback or instant digital download.
Written/received by Laurelei and Natalie Black
Cover art by John Birkel
Posted by Natalie at 7:02 PM