Introducing Something Wicked… ‘The Book of Witches’

Dedicated to every woman or person who has suffered persecution or demonization for who they are.

The Book of Witches

A group of researchers from Middlesex University, working with prize-winning creative writers from North West England, have produced this exciting new book that explores the history of witches in the UK, and what it is to be part of marginalised groups in today’s world.

Learn how the tradition of witchcraft is still alive and well in the UK’s south-west, find out the truth behind the Pendle Witch Trials, discover just why Henry VIII was the first to outlaw witchcraft, and shake your head as you come to understand what drove the maniacal Witchfinder General Matthew Hopkins!

With contributions from authors Adam Lively (Granta Best Young Novelist), A J Dalton (www.ajdalton.eu), and others, this collection remembers the innocent women and individuals who were cruelly sacrificed, examines how particular groups in society are still persecuted, and shows how society and relationships might still be magically transformed!

The Book of Witches

Available from Amazon and other book outlets from 7th August 2020. Pre-order your copy today.

Review copies can be obtained by emailing Dr Adam Dalton-West (adz_d2003@yahoo.co.uk) or by contacting Kristell Ink Publishing.

News articles concerning modern and historic witchcraft (summarising the findings of The Book of Witches) are available upon request.

Copyright © A J Dalton, The Book of Witches 2020

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