"All the information a coven member could ask for is here, as well as clear-minded counsel for those interested in the Craft, or seeking to move into group practice."
"If you do plan to launch a group of your own, do yourself a favor and read this book first, because it will save you a lot of headaches. An essential part of any coven library. Most highly recommended."
Over the course of 27 chapters and 42 appendices, Amber K shares with you her vast coven know-how, with plenty of veteran insights and straight-up advice.
This is a great book for those who are new to working with the craft in a group or coven.
A "must have" for anyone interested in joining or creating a coven!
This is an excellent book for the beginner, but most especially helpful for those planning on creating a Coven. The author approaches some of the most familiar arguments that may occur in the Coven, along with how to diffuse and solve them. The book gives basic layouts for several ceremonies that involve multiple people. She also does a fine job of explaining how to make substitutes when there are too few or too many for certain ceremonies.
*The only thing that I dislike is in the introduction (and at certain points in the book) the author makes the conjecture (like so many others) that "Witchcraft" hasn't changed at all since its creation. This conjecture is unvarifiable for any religion/spiritual system.*