Take control of your life with this essential handbook of 85 everyday easy spells for the modern witch, revised with 10 new spells and filled with beautiful illustrations and helpful tips.
Every witch needs a book of spells...
The world's most popular fortune-telling techniques—crystal balls, tarot cards, and palm-reading—originated with the Romany people, whose belief in magic, spell-casting, and prophecy has endured for nine centuries.
Now you can bring the power of these time-honored magical traditions into your everyday life with this beautifully illustrated new edition of Gillian Kemp’s The Good Spell Book. The 85 easy-to-follow spells, including 10 new ones, make use of common ingredients like candles, flowers, ribbon, and string, and they can help solve problems we all face, from attracting the one you love to improving your health to landing your dream job.
Whether you’re a complete beginner, advanced spell caster, or simply curious, these spells will increase your self-worth and empower you to lead a healthier, happier, and more fulfilled life.
About the Author
Gillian Kemp is a bestselling author, clairvoyant and astrologer. As a journalist she met Olive Cox, the last Romany girl in Britain to be born, marry, and bear her own children in a horse-drawn caravan.
Gillian’s horoscopes regularly appear in national and local newspapers, and she was previously a resident astrologer for many British magazines.
As a clairvoyant she has contributed live card and crystal ball readings to many BBC and local radio stations and has been interviewed on television about her books. Numerous national and local newspapers and radio stations have interviewed Gillian about her books.
Since the first publication of The Good Spell Book, a bestseller, Gillian has worked full time as an author, with a total of eleven books published wordwide. She continues to entertain as a clairvoyant medium at parties in top hotels and restaurants. She also gives one-to-one readings to individual clients.
She lives in England with her beloved Yorkshire terrier, Lily, from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
Gillian’s website is GillianKemp.com.