Book: ‘University Witch: A Witch’s Guide to Surviving Higher Education’

This is a first for AWL.  Instead of doing a review, I’m helping a friend promote her book.

If you’ve been around the blog for a while, you know I do guest posts from time to time, when I can find someone interested in writing something.  Soull, from University Witch, has been a wonderful guest writer on the blog for a while now.

Guess what!  She’s written a book!  University Witch: A Witch’s Guide to Surviving Higher Education was just made available on Amazon yesterday in ebook form for the Kindle.  It may become available for the Nook later on, but not just yet.

I haven’t read the book yet, but I will be reading it this weekend and posting a review next week.  However, I have skimmed through it a bit, and from what I’ve seen so far, it looks to be pretty good.  Here’s a summary:

High school and college are already tough, and for a witch, its even harder. Throwing a bag of stuff together before school starts? Not sure how to tell a potential roommate that you’re into the craft? Curse under your breath that “open flames” aren’t allowed on campus?
University Witch is a guide book for the modern day magick practitioner! For the beginning of college and beyond, this guide is jam-packed with knowledge on tackling higher education, as well as sprinkled with humor to lighten your load! This is a great read for both parents of students as well as young witches alike! This book covers topics such as self-image, alternative magick items fit for college, a collection of easy-to-do spells for any college-kid budget, and even a cheat sheet for significant colors, days of the week, and more! Just be sure not to fail the humorous final exam at the end!

Find it on Amazon here.  If you read it, come back and tell me (and her) what you think!


2 responses to “Book: ‘University Witch: A Witch’s Guide to Surviving Higher Education’

  1. This is really nice that she came up with a book! amazing, Wishing her all the best and may be she will publish some more of her thoughts.

  2. I can’t wait to read the review, and maybe buy it. ^.^

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