Samhain in Southern Hemisphere – Beltane in Northern Hemisphere

To all of us in the Southern Hemisphere a Blessed Samhain as the season changes and we head towards winter. Here in Australia, particularly where I live it almost seems like we have bypassed Autumn, we are having rain and storms. Take care, keep warm and stay safe. Blessed Be!

Samhain brings the darker half of the year

Many people will ask “what is Samhain?”, “is it Halloween?”, “Is Samhain celebrated down in the Southern Hemisphere?”. Let’s dive in to what it’s all about and how it works down in the southern hemisphere.

Samhain is directly opposite to Beltaine on the Celtic and Neo Pagan/Wicca Wheel of the Year. Think of it as Beltaine’s dark twin. Pronounced “sah-win” (depending on dialect), Samhain marks the beginning of the darker half of the year and the last of the Fire Festivals of the Traditional Celtic New Year.

So what is Samhain?

A three day celebration of death and rebirth, Samhain is a time of endings, reflection of mortality, and releasing that which no longer serves in the mundane world.

During the season of Samhain, the veil between the world of the dead and the living is at its thinnest. Meaning, communication between worlds comes a lot easier. However, remember to always use protection magic before, and banishing magic after as you don’t want any entities hanging around.

Now, you maybe still wondering is Samhain is Halloween and the answer is… yes, and no (I’ll talk about Halloween later on). Unfortunately those of us here in the Southern Hemisphere tend to get a little confused, even more so when we have children. Australian pagan festivals like Samhain use the traditional date of Halloween (Christian Festival) and those dates do not coincide with the seasons down here. Going Trick or Treating isn’t as spooky during October for the kids due to the sun not setting till 9.30pm. Yet, getting them to dress up and go door knocking for candy in April is just unheard of and confusing for the kids.

Because of the traditional dates and the difference in seasons, some witches will celebrate both. Samhain being for what it is, spiritual and apart of their craft and Halloween (Christian) as a commercial holiday for kids and trick or treating. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that, never let another tell you otherwise.

So when is it?

Traditionally, Samhain lands on the 31st of October, in the Northern Hemisphere. Samhain in the Southern Hemisphere, however, the veil is at its thinnest between April 30th and May 1st. During this time, divination, scrying and communicating with our ancestors is at its highest point.

With the veil now at it’s thinnest, we divine answers, making contact with our ancestral spirits, embracing our heritage in celebration with those who have crossed over into the spirit world. Here, in Australia, Samhain lands very close to Australia’s and New Zealand’s Day of Remembrance for our fallen in war, ANZAC Day on April 25.

What to do on Samhain

An old ancient rite tells of writing a message to our departed loved ones on a piece of paper and casting it into the cauldron’s fire. As the paper burns, your message is released and will be acknowledged by the recipient. You can also write your intentions for change, renewal and release in this same fashion.

One of the most simplest ways to communicate with those who have crossed over to the otherworld, our family and friends, is by using a pendulum or a Ouija Board. To learn more about pendulums and how to use them, head over to the Pendulum Magic page.

Other magical and enchanting things to do during this time include, craving faces into Pumpions (see what is Mabon) “pumpkins” to create lanterns or decorating your altar with apples, pomegranates and other things to call in spirits of those that have passed.

Samhain Associations

Crystals and Gemstones


  • Black
  • Orange
  • Scarlet
  • Brown
  • Gold

Herbs, Fruits and Spices:

Best time of the year!

So when it comes to Samhain, whether it be from the North or the South Hemisphere, open your minds eye to the otherworld and journey beyond the veil’s edge. Burn some candles, write what you want released from your life, honour your ancestors and seek answers. Have people around for a feast, create a bon fire, there are so many things you can do by yourself or with others to make this festival magical for all!

Many Blessings,
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Beltane in Northern Hemisphere

To All in the Northern Hemisphere, a Blessed Beltane as you head into the warmer weather, although from what I observe you are still experiencing some winter weather, I hope it begins to warm up for you, be well and Blessed Be!

Northern Hemisphere Beltane

The date for the Northern Hemispheric Beltane is April 30 and is followed by ‘May Day’ on May 1st. The climax of Spring!

Beltane is the peak of Spring, a celebration of fertility. In ancient times it was the Beltane Rites that reconnected each year the King to the Goddess, the masculine to the feminine. It is a time for us to give thanks for our fertile lives, our creativity and our gender specific gifts and roles. It’s a time to notice and honour the difference in the masculine and feminine. It is a time of increasing growth, building to almost full potential, of beauty and heightened passion. A time again when the veils are thin, and this time we can see the faeries!

Beltane Spiritual Practice

Your being, as part of the Earth, part of the cycle of the seasons, will be influenced by this energy whether you’re paying attention to it or not. If you pay some attention, you will feel it, and you can be in flow with it.

Think like the gardener, and align with the Earth energy of now, contemplate the growth that is peaking in your life, that is getting all the attention…if conditions support its final growth phase, this is what will eventually fruit.

So, how can you best nurture what is blossoming in your life now so that it will bear fruit? What do you know you must do?

And if you are not doing it, why aren’t you? Where is your desire leading you?

Suggested Ceremony for Beltane

Our community gathers at Beltane to honour and celebrate the rites of passage of our young folk as they grow from children to fertile young adults and to express ceremonially the specific and very different roles of the masculine and the feminine.

It’s a joyous time, much looked forward to. We camp for the weekend, sitting on the Earth. We live as a community together, all helping each other. We have separate women’s and men’s circles to conduct the rites of passage for the teenagers and then reunite as the sun sets dancing around a big fire, welcoming the new young adults back to the group in their new roles and status.

The next day, ‘May Day’, we have a May Pole ceremony. The May Pole is a beautiful ceremony for young and old and has deeper levels of significance the more you lend yourself to the symbology of all that it represents.

For the children it is a fun and playful game with their parents, dancing and singing, for the adults it is a re-enactment of the union of the masculine and the feminine and a chance to weave magic and love into that aspect of yourself within and without.

Here’s a suggestion for a simple ceremony to honour the Beltane energy with your family or by your- self:

Do what you do to make sacred space, call for protection, guidance and support and focus.

Go around the circle and each person can give thanks for all that is growing in their life, if you are alone, take your time and really feel this giving thanks process.

Choose one or two or three, you’ll know how many, specific things that are growing that you would like to focus on.

You could put something on your altar that represents this/these and light a candle for it/them.

Ask those there with you if they would be willing to support you in seeing this particular thing come to its fullness, and you could ask them for specific help if appropriate.

If you are doing this with your children it would probably be a good time to offer suggestions to them for what could help them.

And it is said that at Beltane, the veils between the worlds are thin and so you can see the fairies, so be sure to look out for them!

Blessed Be!


New Release – Sail Away, Sail Away, Sail Away by Will Macmillan Jones

Another awesome New Release from my friend Will Macmillan Jones. Sail Away, Sail Away, Sail Away, a Nautical Ghost Story (Red Kite Pocket Horror). Will always writes edge of your seat stories, so enjoy.

The sea has always fascinated me, and I grew up with a weakness for sea stories. I have always enjoyed ghost stories too, and the sea and the uncanny are wonderful bedfellows. Here are two stories about yachts that meet inclement weather where the Bristol Channel meets the Irish Sea and the Atlantic Ocean – with very different results.




Mabon in Southern Hemisphere – Ostara in Northern Hemisphere

Blessed Mabon to all of us in the Southern Hemisphere, as we move into Autumn the days are a lot cooler and here in Australia in our northern states we have had devastating floods, people have lost everything as their homes were covered in water and everything was destroyed. We send healing thoughts to everyone. Blessed Be!

From WOTC to all our readers in the Southern Hemisphere we wish you a happy and blessed Mabon. We hope your gardens have given you a good harvest this year. We send love and light to help you through the deary, cold months.

I hope the information, rituals, etc that I posted today and through out the last couple of weeks has help to increase your knowledge about Mabon. I  tried to do a good mixture of information to maybe give you some new ideas on ways to celebrate.

To me Mabon is a time I serve a meal almost completely from my vegetable garden with some type of meat to round it out. I tried to sneak tofu in one year in a stir fry but my husband knew immediately it wasn’t “real” meat. I tried to explain it was a little healthier then the usual steaks he grills to go with our veggies but he didn’t go for it so he made himself a hot dog to go with the stir fry…I just shook my head and enjoyed the meal.

I use leaves from our yard, flowers from our flower beds along with a candle I made at Imbolc to decorate the table every year. The candle is blessed to give continuous thanks to Mother Earth, Ra and the four elements for all they gave to help our gardens grow. I do not grow anything that is considered a fall flower, like Mums, because of allergies. I write a new “prayer” every year to give thanks not just for the food we have been given but also for having a warm, dry home to spend the winter in (as well as all the other seasons), blankets, enough food, warm clothes and boots to keep us warm and hopefully help to keep us healthy through out the cold months to come.

During the day I take out everything I have canned or frozen from the garden say a “prayer” of thanks for the ability to grow and have enough food for the cold months.

What you will need for the blessed candle:

1 -2/5.08 cm inch votive candle in red or yellow or orange

1 candle holder or eve better a heat proof plate with extra room under the candle

Enough sand to fill the bottom of the candle holder about 1/2 or 1.3 cm in deep

The blessing/spell I empower my candle with is:

Mother Earth, Ra, Ancient powers of Air Fire Water and Earth

I empower this candle to give thanks for all we have been given from our land

I ask you all to sit at our hearth

Until this candle burns down to the sand

The candle will go out once it reaches the sand. The melted wax will mix with the sand. I take this out and bury it in one of my flower beds or vegetable garden on a rotating basis. I feel this way the candle helps bless the garden or bed I bury it in. To bury it I dig down about 3-4 inches/7.62-10.16 cm and make the hole about the same size around. I loosely pack the dirt around the candle/sand disk and then mulch the garden or bed for the cold months. When the weather warms again the wax will flow into the ground and the sand just mixes with the dirt. The wax does not hurt the growth of anything because there isn’t much of it. If you only have one garden or flower bed bury the candle/sand disk in a different corner every year, this way you do not get a waxy build up in any one place.

If you would like to read even more ideas and information for Mabon click on this link:

Ostara – Northern Hemisphere

Blessed Ostara to all in the Northern Hemisphere, as the days become warmer, enjoy the suns rays and new growth as it bursts forth, Blessed Be!

This festival is named after the Anglo-Saxon Goddess Eostre, also known in Old German as Ostara. Little is known about this Goddess except that Her festival was celebrated at the Spring Equinox. She was a Goddess of Fertility and was connected with hares and eggs. She may have been a Goddess of the Dawn. She may also be connected with the Greek Eos and the Roman Aurora, both Dawn Goddesses, and with the Babylonian Ishtar and Phoenician Astarte, both who are Love Goddesses.

The Spring Equinox is a time both of fertility and new life, and of balance and harmony. Light and dark are here in balance, but the light is growing stronger. It is a time of birth, and of manifestation.

The days grow lighter and the Earth grows warmer. At Ostara, seeds may be blessed and planted. Seeds of wisdom, understanding and magikal skills may also be planted. Eggs are used for the creation of talismans, especially for fertility, or ritually eaten. The egg is a symbol of rebirth and its yolk represents the sun, and the white representing the White Goddess. This is a time of both growth and balance, a time to work on balancing yourself.

Ostara is a celebration of birth and new life. You will begin to see shoots of new growth and swelling buds on the trees. Energy is building as the days become warmer. This is the time of the official return of the young Goddess after Her Winter hibernation. The young God has now grown into manhood. It is believed that at Ostara the Goddess and the God consummated their love for one another. From this the Goddess became pregnant with the God to be reborn at Yule.

The Green Man is very predominate at this time of the year. He is a personification of all life that exist deep within Nature and is usually represented as the foliate mask made up of greenery, leaves growing from mouth and nose, and encircling the face as beard and hair. In some pictures He looks savage, ugly or threatening; in others He is benevolent and watchfully protective.

Blessed Be!

New Release – The Cellar in The Emporium By Will Macmillan Jones

Here is a new release of a short story, The Cellar in The Emporium a ghostly short story by my friend, Will Macmillan Jones. Will writes wonderful scary stories, not my usual read but I got hooked into a few of his books and they scared the heck out of me, really great reads.

A classic gothic horror short story set at the end of the nineteenth century. An unexpected inheritance brings a brother and sister ownership of an Emporium – but the Emporium hides a secret. Are they the only inhabitants? And why did the previous tenant warn against entering the cellar? Here lies a deadly mystery to be solved.




New Release – Eagle in Flight by Maggie Plummer

My friend Maggie Plummer has a new book out, Eagle in Flight, which is Book Three in The Jessie Morgan Series. You can now get it in ebook and paperback. Enjoy the whole series beginning with Bell Bottom Gypsy.

It’s May 1975 and Jessie needs to disappear.

In Book 3 of The Jessie Morgan Series, our heroine takes to the sea and to the rugged Stikine River, voyaging solo into the wilds of northern British Columbia and Southeast Alaska. Traumatized by her ex-boyfriend’s violent attack, Jess escapes to the remote, off-the-grid North Country – where she hopes he cannot find her.

She experiences true wilderness, works at an Alaska salmon-processing plant, has a few adventures on commercial fishing boats, and battles her post-assault fears. In Sitka, Jessie connects with a support group for battered women, and realizes that she is not alone in the struggle to heal.



Lammas in Southern Hemisphere – Imbolc in Northern Hemisphere

Lammas blessings to all of us in the Southern Hemisphere, as the season changes it is appropriately cold here today. May we all be blessed with a healthy, successful year ahead. Blessed Be!

Lammas History: Welcoming the Harvest

By Patti Wigington,

The Beginning of the Harvest:

At Lammas, also called Lughnasadh, the hot days of February are upon us, much of the earth is dry and parched, but we still know that the bright reds and yellows of the harvest season are just around the corner. Apples are beginning to ripen in the trees, our summer vegetables have been picked, corn is tall and green, waiting for us to come gather the bounty of the crop fields. Now is the time to begin reaping what we have sown, and gathering up the first harvests of grain, wheat, oats, and more.

This holiday can be celebrated either as a way to honor the god Lugh, or as a celebration of the harvest.

Celebrating Grain in Ancient Cultures:

Grain has held a place of importance in civilization back nearly to the beginning of time. Grain became associated with the cycle of death and rebirth. The Sumerian god Tammuz was slain and his lover Ishtar grieved so heartily that nature stopped producing. Ishtar mourned Tammuz, and followed him to the Underworld to bring him back, similar to the story of Demeter and Persephone.

In Greek legend, the grain god was Adonis. Two goddesses, Aphrodite and Persephone, battled for his love. To end the fighting, Zeus ordered Adonis to spend six months with Persephone in the Underworld, and the rest with Aphrodite.

A Feast of Bread:

In early Ireland, it was a bad idea to harvest your grain any time before Lammas — it meant that the previous year’s harvest had run out early, and that was a serious failing in agricultural communities. However, on August 1, the first sheaves of grain were cut by the farmer, and by nightfall his wife had made the first loaves of bread of the season.

The word Lammas derives from the Old English phrase hlaf-maesse, which translates to loaf mass. In early Christian times, the first loaves of the season were blessed by the Church.

Honoring Lugh, the Skillful God:

In some Wiccan and modern Pagan traditions, Lammas is also a day of honoring Lugh, the Celtic craftsman god. He is a god of many skills, and was honored in various aspects by societies both in the British Isles and in Europe. Lughnasadh (pronounced Loo-NAS-ah) is still celebrated in many parts of the world today. Lugh’s influence appears in the names of several European towns.

Honoring the Past:

In our modern world, it’s often easy to forget the trials and tribulations our ancestors had to endure. For us, if we need a loaf of bread, we simply drive over to the local grocery store and buy a few bags of prepackaged bread. If we run out, it’s no big deal, we just go and get more. When our ancestors lived, hundreds and thousands of years ago, the harvesting and processing of grain was crucial. If crops were left in the fields too long, or the bread not baked in time, families could starve. Taking care of one’s crops meant the difference between life and death.

By celebrating Lammas as a harvest holiday, we honor our ancestors and the hard work they must have had to do in order to survive. This is a good time to give thanks for the abundance we have in our lives, and to be grateful for the food on our tables. Lammas is a time of transformation, of rebirth and new beginnings.

Symbols of the Season

The Wheel of the Year has turned once more, and you may feel like decorating your house accordingly. While you probably can’t find too many items marked as “Lammas decor” in your local discount store, there are a number of items you can use as decoration for this harvest holiday.

Crafts, Song and Celebration

Because of its association with Lugh, the skilled god, Lammas (Lughnasadh) is also a time to celebrate talents and craftsmanship. It’s a traditional time of year for craft festivals, and for skilled artisans to peddle their wares. In medieval Europe, guilds would arrange for their members to set up booths around a village green, festooned with bright ribbons and fall colors. Perhaps this is why so many modern Renaissance Festivals begin around this time of year!

 Sickles and scythes, as well as other symbols of harvesting

 Grapes and vines

 Dried grains — sheafs of wheat, bowls of oats, etc.

 Corn dolls — you can make these easily using dried husks

 Early fall vegetables, such as squashes and pumpkins

 Late summer fruits, like apples, plums and peaches

Lugh is also known in some traditions as the patron of bards and magicians. Now is a great time of year to work on honing your own talents. Learn a new craft, or get better at an old one. Put on a play, write a story or poem, take up a musical instrument, or sing a song. Whatever you choose to do, this is the right season for rebirth and renewal, so set August 1 as the day to share your new skill with your friends and family.

Imbolc – Northern Hemisphere

To everyone in the Northern Hemisphere, I am sure you are looking forward to the change in weather and the warmer days, may your future days be filled with health, vitality and success. Blessed Be!

Imbolc Lore

Posted on February 2, 2015 by ladyoftheabyss

Imbolc Ritual

By Scott Cunningham

A symbol of the season, such as a representation of a snowflake, a white flower, or perhaps some snow in a crystal container can be placed on the altar. An orange candle anointed with musk, cinnamon, frankincense or rosemary oil, unlit, should also be there. Snow can be melted and used for the water during the circle casting.

Arrange the altar, light the candles and censer, and cast the Circle of Stones.

Recite the Blessing Chant.

Invoke the Goddess and God.

Say such words as the following:

This is the time of the feast of torches,
when every lamp blazes and shines
to welcome the rebirth of the God.
I celebrate the Goddess,
I celebrate the God;
All the Earth celebrates
Beneath its mantle of sleep.

Light the orange taper from the red candle on the altar (or at the Southern point of the circle). Slowly walk the circle clockwise, bearing the candle before you. Say these or similar words:

All the land is wrapped in winter.
The air is chilled and
frost envelopes the Earth.
But Lord of the Sun,
Horned One of animals and wild places,
Unseen you have been reborn of the gracious
Mother Goddess, Lady of all fertility.
Hail Great God! Hail and welcome!

Stop before the altar, holding aloft the candle. Gaze at its flame. Visualize your life blossoming with creativity, with renewed energy and strength.

If you need to look into the future or past, now is an ideal time.

Works of magic, if necessary, may follow.

Celebrate the Simple Feast.

The circle is released.

—Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner
Scott Cunningham

New Release – Second Skin by Simone Beaudelaire

Today I have a New Release for you by my friend Simone Beaudelaire, Second Skin: A Paranormal Suspense Novel. I always get hooked in when I read Simone’s books, so enjoy.

Second Skin: A Paranormal Suspense Novel by [Simone Beaudelaire]

Elisa Monroe’s controlling husband Alex declares it’s time for them to buy a house and start a family, but Elisa doesn’t want either. He manipulates her into buying the house anyway, and she realizes that the only way to have a life that belongs to her is to leave him. But how?

Marshalling support from her colleagues, her therapist and domestic violence workers, Elisa begins the slow process of breaking free. But Alex is not willing to let her go, and he escalates from bullying to outright abuse, revealing that he is a much more dangerous creature than she could ever have imagined.

Will Elisa escape with her life? Or will what lies beneath the second skin finally devour her alive?

Trigger warning: This paranormal suspense novel contains scenes of reproductive rape and domestic violence. Reader discretion is advised.



Litha in Southern Hemisphere – Yule in Northern Hemisphere

Litha Blessings to all of us in the Southern Hemisphere, Summer Solstice is here and so far the weather has been wintery with a couple of days of warmth. May you all enjoy your Christmas and New Year, stay safe and mask up. Blessed Be!

Litha, or Midsummer, is celebrated at the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the Year, and the shortest night.

Litha celebrates the very height of the powers of the Sun and of Life. But it also acknowledges that after this date the Sun will begin to weaken and the days to grow shorter. Litha is a time of purification.  An Example of a purification Litha spell is to take a small herbal bag filled with Litha herbs/flowers, put all your problems, worries etc. into the bag, and drop it into the Litha fire to burn all those worries away. 

Litha is also a time to pay attention to your dreams, as these could contain messages for the future.  This Sabbat is a good time to perform any Magikal workings, and jumping over a Litha balefire will increase the Magikal energy and give purification  Herbs and plants for ritual use can be harvested at Litha to make use of the high level of Magik power at this time. 

Litha is also a time to make protection amulets, and bless people or animals.

Plants for Litha:  Mugwort, Vervain, Chamomile, Rose, lily, Oak, Lavender, Ivy, Yarrow, Fern, Elder, Wild thyme, Daisy, Carnation, St John’s Wort.

Stones: Moonstone, Quartz, Pearl.

Colours:  Green, Orange, Yellow, Gold.

Element:  Water.

Planet:  Moon.

Zodiac:  Cancer.

Pagan Beliefs:  The Goddess is mature.  The God prepares for his death.  Some traditions have the Holly King and the Oak King fighting again, but this time the Holly King wins, and rules until Yule.

Litha Goddesses: Athena, Bona Dea, Freya, Hathor, Isis, Juno, Nuit, Artemis, Dana, Eos, Kali, Sekhmet, Vesta.

Litha Gods: Apollo, Baal, Dagda, Balder, Helios, lugh, Oak king, Holly King, Prometheus, Ra, Thor, Sol, Zeus.

Yule – Northern Hemisphere

To everyone in the Northern Hemisphere I wish you a Blessed Yule, I see in most places you are getting snow and cold weather. Snuggle up and stay warm as you celebrate the Winter Solstice. Enjoy your Christmas and New Year and stay safe. Blessed Be!

Yule – {The Winter solstice}

The real “12 Days of Christmas”, Yule begins on “Mothers Night” and ends 12 days later on “Yule Night”. Typically starting on the 20th or 21st of December to December 31st (Northern Hemisphere), 20th or 21st of June to June 30th (Southern Hemisphere).

Yule is a time when the waxing sun overcomes the waning sun. The Holly King, which represents the death aspect of God, is overcome by the Oak King who represents the rebirth of the God. It is the time when you conclude the chapter of your life for the year and prepare for the rebirth of the New Year’s lessons and opportunities.

Celebrations vary from tradition to tradition, but there are some similarities that most people will probably recognise.

Dark red or Bayberry candles are used to decorate the home and ensure wealth and happiness for the coming year. Many Witches will place the candles as a centrepiece on their dining table and allow it to burn until it extinguishes by itself. A set of candles can also be placed on the mantle and lit at the beginning of the Yule ceremony.

The festival is associated with fire, and the Yule log. The fire is the tool that returns all to its beginnings, “ashes to ashes”. And prepares the soul for rebirth, the “rise of the Phoenix from the ashes”.

The season is also represented by the colours red (for the fire) and green (for the rebirth) process. The season includes the cutting of the Yule tree, decorating the home with a holy wreath (nature’s red and green bush) and decorating special cookies for celebrating the sweet joys of the year past and the sweetness for the year to come.

Finally the season includes the reindeer stag to represent the horned God, the Wiccan God of death and the final chapter of the year.

New Release – Divine Magic By T Jackson King

Today I have a New Release for you, Divine Magic (Girl Magic, Book 4) by my friend T. Jackson King. He is a great writer and I highly recommend you read this series and his other books, go check him out.

Divine Magic (Girl Magic Book 4) by [T. Jackson King]

A death god is hunting for Janie. But she does not know its name or gender. Then the Three Furies visit her to tell her she needs to further curse media mogul Derek Lunessee. To help her with that task the Furies hold hands with her and transfer some of their God Power into her. She’s never felt God Power, which only true Gods and Goddesses possess. Now, some of it is present in her cell of her body. Janie becomes more powerful than ever before. Demons from Tarturus and Hades come after her, including the demon prince Belphegor. Who wants her soul. Janie finds ways to survive her new dangers, and learns how God Power can make her something she has never before been. A demigod!




New Release – Moon Kissed by Tish Thawer

A new release Moon Kissed by author Tish Thawer, all of her books are awesome and well worth reading, haven’t gotten to this one yet it’s on my extensive TBR list, but I am looking forward to it.

Moon Kissed by [Tish Thawer]

With an invitation in hand, Sarah is bound for the Monster Ball—the most exclusive supernatural party in existence. Sex, magic, and music fill the night, but it’s the combination of the three that has “Sarah’s” dreams coming true.

Long separated from the love of her life, a dear friend grants her one night of passion that will change the world forever.

Join the party, and look to the sky when you’re ready to be Moon Kissed.