Book Review: “Empower Your Life with Gentleness”

The author had read where I struggle with anxiety and suggested that this book might help me. I love the concept of Gentleness. It does make sense that, especially as we get older, we stop focusing on being Gentle with ourselves and those around us. There are a number of methods in the book that show good ways to help with relaxing, being Gentle, and moving away from Harshness. The only issue I have with this book is that it said (once perhaps twice) that essential oils can be ingested. I strongly disagree with this sentiment and every company that stands by said statement. Otherwise I love the different methods and may look up some of them. It was a slow read for me, but I do feel it is thought provoking and useful for anyone struggling with mental illness, alongside therapy.

“Gold, She Spins” book review

So I will admit that the first two chapters or so had me bored to tears and I contemplated not continuing. I wanted to give the story a chance though and those two chapters were just character introduction. This was a sweet coming of age story that blended this world’s magic and science (even if the science didn’t really work). I do wish that the magical family had been more fleshed out in the story, but it made sense to focus on just the two main characters. I loved the ending. This book was given to me at no charge and all opinions are my own.

Exciting things yesterday!

Yesterday Rev Emaireldh initiated me as a First Degree Reverend with the Correllian Tradition. Afterwards we celebrated with handing out bubbles to Trick or Treaters while friends and family went around the neighborhood for the kids to Trick or Treat. Then we had an amazing dinner that was a group effort (which I feel are always the best!). I absolutely enjoyed spending time with everyone and my Initiation is something I’ll remember forever ❤️.

I have started a Facebook page for my Clergy related services, of which right now are basically I can officiate weddings and commitment ceremonies. It’s a work in progress and brand new lol so I’ll be adding to it as time goes on.

Book review: Lion Shifter by Kathy Scalise

This is a cute supernatural action book with a new take on the battle between good and evil. There’s magic, familiars, Egyptian deities, and demons. The book absolutely shows great promise as the beginning of a fun series. I received this book at no charge and all opinions are my own. The Kindle copy I received does have some editing needed, but nothing majorly significant and it didn’t detract from the amazing story.

Link to the Amazon ebook included. I do not receive compensation for it.

Update on clergy!

So I had shared that I (finally!) submitted my application for First Degree Clergy with the Correllian Tradition. The other day I received the email approving my application! I’m extremely excited to continue this journey, continue learning, and help others. My Initiation is scheduled for November 2nd ❤️. The biggest struggle during my studies was actually my own insecurities. I had family, friends, and a wonderful mentor encouraging me and building me up. Thank you to those who helped and many who didn’t even realize they helped 😁.

For anyone interested in learning more about the Correllian Tradition you can check the website at

The class website is currently being updated but will be back up around Samhain (Halloween) and it’s address is

Blessed Be! 🌛🌕🌜


Book review: Warrior’s Destiny by Allie Burton

This is a fascinating story of ancient Egyptian powers transferred to an unsuspecting teenage girl. Two 16 year old kids are struggling to survive and readapt to the massive curve balls thrown at them when plans go awry. Every adult who should be helping them seems to just want to attack, murder, or control them. It’s an interesting journey and sweet as well. I absolutely recommend this book. This book was given to me at no charge. All opinions are completely my own.

Including the link in case you would like to see it on Amazon. (I do not receive compensation for this.)