Candle Magic by Raven Willow

simple spells for beginners to witchcraft

Candle magic

Perfect for beginners to witchcraft, or as a simple reference guide for intermediate practitioners. Informative, concise, and current this book is the perfect addition to any witchcraft reference collection. 

This book explores the topic of candle magic, focusing on how to get started with simple candle spells, and ways to make your spells more effective. Learn how to use colours, oils, and moon phases to get the results you want from your spells. 

There are also some short and simple spells that you can use, or adapt, to help you achieve your goals.

Genre: RELIGION / General

Language: English

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Word Count: 6482

Sales info:

The book normally ranks about 40,000 total and in the top 20-100 in the witchcraft category. Sales are approximately 1.5 per day.


Sample text:

This book is a reference guide for simple, but effective,

candle spells. There are spells in this book that you can follow, but

we will also look at how to put together your own spell to suit your

needs. Candle magic can be one of the simplest types of magic to

perform. You can cast any kind of spell with only a candle, because

the most important ingredient in the entire spell is your own

intention. You can enhance your candle magic by inscribing,

anointing or dressing your candle and by choosing specific colours

to complement your intentions. Those are all excellent ways to

enhance your spells and we will look at them all individually. Never

forget though, that these are only enhancements. With focus and

the right intention you can cast a powerful spell without any of

those elements; and even the most carefully chosen enhancements

won’t make a spell work if you don’t focus your intention properly.

 

 

 


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

LanguageStatus
French
Already translated. Translated by Orlanne Rancelot
German
Already translated. Translated by Irene Wieser
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Eugenia Franzoni
Author review:
Excellent translator. Eugenia was very quick to translate the book, and to a very high standard. Communication was excellent, and she asked several really relevant questions to make sure the translated version of the book was in the best shape possible.

Eugenia has also offered help with marketing, which was very encouraging. I hope to work with this translator again soon!
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Rafaella C. S. Barros
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by Pablo Crescentini

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