When trouble comes knocking, Tessely Anne Marie Maher invites it in without a second thought...

        On a lovely spring day, violence intrudes on Tess Maher's world, her best friend, running buddy and possible soul-mate, Chick Donnelly, is shot and killed practically right before her eyes. At first glance, his death appears to be a hunting accident, but she and her brother, the county sheriff, quickly rule that out. Tess is all but certain that Chick is the victim of foul play. As she investigates the crime, she is plunged into a world of murder, greed, betrayal and terror - all of which eventually makes her a target as she works to bring the killer to justice.

        But what the person who took Chick's life doesn't know is exactly who he's dealing with: a pissed off, grief stricken, gun-toting woman who is described by her own mother as tenacious as a pit bull with a bone. And that doesn't even count the fact that she has a peculiar habit of talking to the dead.


        Really big trouble is knocking on the killer's door, and her name is Tess...

 
"Updated Honey West P.I. noir with an otherworldly twist. Don't wait for summer or any other season for that matter - add this book to your
     reading list right now!"

     -M.R. Sellars
     Author of the best selling S.A. Constance Mandalay and Rowen Gant Investigations novels

   
Spot-on Southernese mixed with a crackling mystery and touches of the supernatural.  These are folks you'll want to visit again.
     --Alex Bledsoe
     Author of The Hum and the Shiver

   
"No one spins a tale like Tish Owen!  Who else could mix up such a delectable dish of  small town scandal and nail-biting suspense, season it with just the
     right amount of Southern humor, and serve it up with characters so real that you want to pick up the phone and invite them over for supper? 
A Death on Sunday is the must-read of the summer!"

     -Dorothy Morrison
     Author of Lucinda's Web and Utterly Wicked
                                                                                                        
                                                                        
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So you really want to run a Pagan Festival?
Then you need this book.


Chasing the Rainbow is destined to become the quintessential guide for facilitating Pagan festivals. Author Tish Owen draws from over a decade of experience running one of the Mid-south's largest alternative-spirituality gatherings. In her down to earth and often humorous style, she offers advice and common sense planning techniques that will help to make any festival coordinator's job a pleasure rather than a pain - be it a small celebration or a large event on a regional scale.

"Don't even think of planning your next festival before reading Chasing the Rainbow. Stuffed with the practical advice of someone who knows, the information found in this wonderful book will quickly turn any mediocre festival into a celebratory event. Tish Owen is, indeed, my new Goddess.

- Dorothy Morrison
Everyday Magic


"Tish offers plenty of suggestions and personal experiences to illustrate the joys, and sorrows, of running a festival. After reading this book you will, I hope, have more understanding of what the festival organizers have gone through in order to attract you, your friends and all those VIPs to the festival."
- Mike Gleason
Nationally Syndicated Reviewer


"I cannot think of anyone better qualified to do this than Tish Owen, who coordinates one of the best organized events I have attended. This is a must read for anyone creating or working in Pagan Gatherings of any kind."
- Ann Moura
Green Witchcraft


"This book is a festival organizer's Bible! All Hail Tish Owen!"
- Rev. Duane Marshall
Pagan Pride Board Member
MAGIC
It's not just for Witches anymore


In writing Spell It Correctly, author Tish Owen calls on her two decades of experience reading Tarot and crafting spells for the clientele of her alternative spirituality store. Goddess and the Moon, in Nashville, Tennessee. However, just as important, she draws deeply from her wide-ranging knowledge of various spiritual paths, including the fact that she was raised in the Catholic Church. Written in signature "Southern folk" and often humorous style, she offers an in-depth look at magic, spellcraft and how it works - for everyone, not just for Witches. Spell It Correctly, includes Tish's own personally crafted, practical spells for everything from ending an addiction to stopping gossip and even help with finding a job.

"Jam-packed with practical advice, laced with humor and brimming with effective, east-to=work magic, Spell It Correctly provides everything necessary to reinvent life and start living it again. It's a must-have for every magical library!"

-  Dorothy Morrison
Best selling author of Utterly Wicked


"Tish Owen is the real deal and she writes with the confidence and humor of someone who has been there and back again. This is a compendium of tried and true spellwork, along with the hows and whys of it all. Spell it Correctly is a fantastic book that gives you everything you need  to succeed."
- Kristin Madden
Best selling author of Magick, Mystery &  Medicine


"Tish Owen nevers fails to delight, surprise and most importantly - educate! One of the most comprehensive yet easy to understand spell books out there by someone living and breathing magick, and helping others to do the same. I love it!"
- Christopher Penczak
Best selling Author of The Inner Temple of Witchcraft and The Witch's Coin
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