Witchcraft materials + recommended books

An introduction to witchcraft: recommended reading

To Ride a Silver Broomstick by Silver RavenWolf ​​

Teen Witch by Silver RavenWolf ​

The Elements of Ritual  by Deborah Lipp

What the Fuck is Tarot? And How Do I Do It?  by Bakara Wintner

Queer Magic - LGBT+ Spirituality and Culture from Around the World by Tomas Prower ​

Queer Magic - Power Beyond Boundaries, by Lee Harrington and Tai Fenix Kulystin

Italy's Witches and Medicine Women (vol 1) by Karyn Crisis

Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs by Scott Cunningham 

Pure Magic by Judika Illes

Witchcraze, A New History of the European Witch Hunts, by Anne Barstow​​

Spiritual development 

Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estés 

 

The Goddess Within​: A Guide to the Eternal Myths that Shape Women's Lives by Jennifer Barker Woolger and Roger Woolger

The New Crystal Bible by Cassandra Eason

Magickal spellcards by Lucy Cavenshish 

Relationship development 

MYERS BRIGGS personality indicator (16 types) - web link

 

Pagan Polyamory: Becoming a Tribe of Hearts by Raven Kaldera

The Five Love Languages - by Gary Chapman - web link 

Men who Hate Women and the Women Who Love Them by Joan Torres and Susan Forward

 

The Whole Lesbian Sex Book: A Passionate Guide for All of Us by Felice Newman 

 

She Comes First by Ian Kerner

Energy healing and medicine 

Energetic Boundaries by Cyndi Dale 

The Subtle Body by Cyndi Dale 

 

The Empath Survival Guide, 

Life Strategies for Sensitive People by Judith Orloff

Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom by Christiane Northrup

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Personal development 

Everyday Sexism:

The Project that Inspired a Worldwide Movement by Laura Bates

Vagina: A New Biography by Naomi Wolf

The Dance of Anger by Harriet Lerner

Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge

The Nice Girl Syndrome: Stop Being Manipulated and abused by Beverly Engel

Abundance and money 

Get Rich, Lucky Bitch by Denise Duffield Thomas

Succelent, Wild Woman by Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy (SARK)

Note: 

I don't endorse everything written in these books. But they are useful resources. Critique these books through your own worldview and use your critical thinking skills to take in what is useful to you and pass on what doesn't sit right.