Sunday, January 3, 2010

A new year, new goals, and new changes!

A new year, new goals, and new changes!

Yes, I do plan on working on my blog and newsletter much more this year. It’s time to start bringing some new order to my life.

I am still waiting to hear back from my new agent (my former agent has left the business) on the last book I sent in. It has been over 5 months now, so hopefully I will hear something soon.

I hope everyone has had a happy and safe holiday season and that 2010 is your most prosperous year yet!


The Pagan Review
The Pagan Review is still going, though the shape of the economy has affected our reviewable items greatly. You can find The Pagan Review on both Facebook and Myspace.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/search/?ref=search&q=the%20pagan%20review&init=quick#/pages/The-Pagan-Review/100387167714?v=wall&ref=search

Myspace:
http://www.myspace.com/thepaganreview


Classes
This spring I do plan to start offering more classes and workshops both at my home and online, so keep an eye out for those.

Current online classes can be found at The School of the Craft: http://www.shopwicca.com/college/

Readings
I am also looking for people who would like to receive a free reading. New year, new decks of tarot cards and other oracles! So I am looking for people I can do practice readings with to try these out. This month’s deck I am working with is The Wisdom of Avalon oracle. It interested please email me.

Writings and Contest!
My latest book Goodbye Grandmother is available through Wyrdwood Publications at http://www.wyrdwoodpublications.com/gg.htm.

Goodbye Grandmother is the story of eleven year old Hope who is getting ready to attend the Wiccan funeral rite of her beloved Grandmother. Although Hope has attended ritual with her family in the past and her mother is the High Priestess of the grove they practice with, this is the first time Hope has attended a funeral rite and is, needless to say, sad and nervous at the same time.
This story is intended for intermediate children readers as it does contain difficult situations that are harder for younger children to understand. As death is something that affects all of us at one time, or another, this is an important story for children to know there is someone else out there in the world that feels as they do. This is a story that parents should share with a child on it’s first reading, and can then be referred back to as a child goes through the grieving process of losing a loved one. Parts of the story can be read to younger children, with the parents editing out those sections they feel the need to pass on, depending on the age of the child.

Anyone who purchases a copy of Goodbye Grandmother will be entered into a drawing for a free autographed copy of The Pocket Guide to Rituals. Simply go to the above website, purchase a copy of Goodbye Grandmother for $4.99. Send me an email at kerri.connor@mchsi.com with confirmation of your purchase and you will be entered into the drawing. The drawing will take place on February 28, 2010.


Other Ways to Connect

webpage:
www.kerriconnor.com

blog:
http://kerriconnor.blogspot.com/

email:
kerri.connor@mchsi.com

Twitter:
http://twitter.com/KerriConnor

New articles up on my Associated Content page:
http://www.associatedcontent.com/user/23403/kerrilyn_bachlerconnor.html

New and used books for sale on Half.com:
http://shops.half.ebay.com/my-hope-chest_W0QQsellerZmyQ2dhopeQ2dchest


My facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?ref=profile&id=578533056#/profile.php?id=1373273452&ref=ts

My Myspace:
www.myspace.com/kerrilynhope

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