Welcome to a second instalment of the joys, challenges and downright oddness inherent in running an eclectic business in the fable-rich village of Glastonbury. Aided and abetted by Jack and Jamie, the Voodoo boys, Liz and Trevor guide us through twelve months of amusing incidents and bizarre events, introducing us in passing to a growing menagerie of pets, a cast of characters both charming and eccentric, and a community with a personality all its own.
Full of anecdotes and witty observations, the Diary of a Witchcraft Shop books are a delight, and Trevor Jones and Liz Williams the most congenial of hosts. If Bill Bryson ever decided to embrace paganism and open a witchcraft shop, this is surely the sort of book that would result.
Sit down, kick back, and enjoy…
“Occasionally I chuckle out loud. Often it’s an unrestrained guffaw, which draws attention to my now blushing face. I can imagine all too clearly the anecdotes taking place.” – Wizzley Book Reviews
“No matter what your views of witchcraft and paganism this diary is brimming with humour, honesty and downright strange occurrences.” – Selina Lock, the British Fantasy Society
“Demon shortages. Faerie queens on the loose. Druids in dresses. It could only be Glastonbury. Part Hot Fuzz, part Kilvert's Diary, Diary of a Witchcraft Shop is a funny, thoughtful, and crashingly honest account of the year in the life of a highly eccentric and highly intriguing business.” – Kari Sperring, author of Living with Ghosts.