3 thoughts on “The House Witch: Your Complete Guide to Creating a Magical Space with Rituals and Spells for Hearth and Home”

  1. 245 of 245 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Buyer Beware This is just a rewrite of Way of the Hedge Witch, November 20, 2018
    By 
    Carole Chambers (Anderson In. USA)

    This review is from: The House Witch: Your Complete Guide to Creating a Magical Space with Rituals and Spells for Hearth and Home (Hardcover)
    I am a fan of Arin and was very excited she had put out a new book. However when I got it I realized it is just a rewrite of The Way of the Hedge Witch. Just like The Green Witch is a rewrite of the Way of the Green Witch. I know a few writers are republishing their books with a new cover and a new name but generally they tell you this. I really feel deceived. Now on a positive note. The hard cover is awesome and this is really a good book. I love the look and feel of the book. I intend to keep it but would of been nice to know. I will also order The Green Witch because my Way of the Green Witch is falling apart. So from now on it would be nice if you would tell us this is just a republishing and let us decide if we want to get it again. But this is a good read and I refer to it often.
  2. 107 of 107 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Decieving, March 21, 2019
    By 
    B.W. Sally

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    This review is from: The House Witch: Your Complete Guide to Creating a Magical Space with Rituals and Spells for Hearth and Home (Hardcover)
    Just now read another review here, where someone else put that they felt decieved by the cover.
    I’m pretty new into this whole witchcraft thing, but this felt like a big red flag about the writer (image attached).
    Most books on the topic of witchcraft put : The God/ The Goddess.
    They also have actual spells, and actual rituals. Not things like: feel the weight of the jug in your hand, feel it tilt as you pour it, hear the the sound of liquid flowing…
    The entire book is basically telling you to “zone out”, and meditate in every single thing you do around the house?
    I already have that covered via the Headspace app, is that witchcraft? Honestly, what do I know, I’m new to this.

    This may just be my voice of opinion, but this isn’t a book with spells or rituals. This comes off as a book making people feel like they’re being a “witch”, with doing next to nothing.

  3. 112 of 112 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Title is misleading — author is very stern about there being NO magic or spells in the book., January 29, 2019
    By 
    JP (Austin, TX United States)

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    This review is from: The House Witch: Your Complete Guide to Creating a Magical Space with Rituals and Spells for Hearth and Home (Hardcover)
    I feel awful when I don’t give things 5/5, but this book is a little misleading. While I appreciate the modern-day twist on the word “witch” (being a wholistic, grounded, earth centered person), the cover and description make it seem as though it’s magic-centric. For example, the cover says “creating a magical space with rituals and spells for hearth and home”, but then in the introduction it literally says “this isn’t a book of magic or spells, so if you want that, to buy my other book.” So, it’s a bit misleading in that way. If you’re into being a homebody and making the space compelling and comfortable for guests/when you entertain, or taking care of your family, then maybe you’ll find a lot of value in this. Unfortunately, it wasn’t exactly what I expected.

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