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Although it takes effort for me to admit it, I have to face the facts: I am fundamentally a teacher.

Can’t help it.

Teaching, sharing, giving, that’s what gets me out of bed every morning with a smile on my face.

I was a Literature teacher in high school, I then became a school librarian and bibliotherapist to help kids feel better through books and literature, and as you maybe know, the launch of my Modern Bibliotherapy online training was one of my proudest accomplishments so far!

Until this day, I’ve always had this wild, weird, somewhat unattainable dream: teaching the one thing that helps me go through every stage of my life.

Yep, you guessed it.


To me, Witchcraft means family.

It means love, and care, and support, and I still can’t believe I had the best grand mother in the whole world to help me walk this amazing path that has since enlightened even the darkest days of my life.

I started learning the Craft about 400 moons ago (!) when I was a child, and it’s been a beautiful journey ever since.

Now, a confession: the idea of being able to sharing my knowledge and practice with others isn’t new; I guess it’s only the logical next step into my own journey as a Witch.

Therefore, without further ado, I’m super thrilled to launch “The Ultimate Beginners Guides to Witchcraft”!

‘The Ultimate Beginner Witches Guides’ is a post series entirely dedicated to the beginner Witch (the seasoned Witch may learn some stuff too, however!)

On the first Wednesday of the month, I’ll publish a new guide to help you, dearly beloved beginner Witch, to enter this beautiful path in a safe and effective manner.

You won’t have to be afraid anymore of experimenting in the dark: I’m here to guide you on the right path!

As per usual, you’ll be able to download the PDF of the post to save it in your Book of Shadows.

I’ll make sure each month to update this article so it’s easier to navigate throughout every piece of information I have to share!

I’m so excited!

And, if you’re like me and just can’t wait next month to start, remember I post Witchcraft-related articles each Wednesday and offer a special advice each month in my newsletter!

🖤 Let’s be weird together, my friend! 👇

Looking forward to reading you,

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Agnès Maelström is a French author who writes supernatural horror novels portraying terrifying characters dealing with abuse, violence, and trauma. Fascinated with the Occult, she has been studying Witchcraft since childhood. Her debut novel, Porcelaine, takes place in 1993 in Danvers, a small town in Massachusetts built on the remains of the infamous Salem Village. The quiet town experiences a new period of terror when Sarah, a young girl whose sharp humor is matched only by the blade of her knife, meets Porcelaine, a bewitched doll.

📖 To support Mental Health Awareness Month, my online training in Modern Bibliotherapy is $7 for this month ONLY! Wanna know more? 🖤

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