List Price: $12.95
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
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My long-awaited book is now out for your consumption! eBooks are currently available in various formats (Kindle/Nook/etc.) and paperbacks are now out as well - just in time to start planning for some summer fun! People are really digging it, too! Here's some links for you to check out!
Review: PNC-Minnesota Review: The Juggler Review: Diva Digest Review: Northern Tribes Review: Pagan Book Reviews Review: Facing North Review: Witches and Pagans
Interview: Pagans Tonight Interview: Lamyka's Wiccan Podcast Interview: Forbidden America Interview: Akasha Temple Live
Article: The Witches Hour Magazine Article: Pagan Edge Magazine
In Person: Ringing Anvil Beltane and Pagan Coming Out Day Event In Person: Pagan Spirit Gathering 2011 In Person: Illinois Pagan Fest 2011 In Person: Chicago Pagan Pride 2011
Be sure to CLICK HERE and download your eBook copy (Kindle available here!), or CLICK HERE to order your copy in paperback print! And, also visit the Pagan Camping blog on LiveJournal for special coupons, news and where I'll be camping! If you're on Facebook, Like! the Pagan Camping book page and help spread the word! And, for those of you interested, I have also opened a Twitter account if you're interested in that.
Psst! If you friend me on LJ, you'll gain access to some of my original, unedited articles!
This is my labor of love nearly a decade long, so I thank you for all the years of support and friendship. I'm not out to make a fast buck or anything, just to recoup my meager investment, and any extra scratch goes towards the "Send Lori to Camp!" fund.
I'm looking forward to a fun festival season, and I hope to run into you at one soon!
Many blessings to you and yours,
Composed over nearly a decade, A Guide to Pagan Camping is finally available - just what the Community’s been waiting for! This book travels beyond the basics in order to encourage more Magical folk to bid adieu to their mundane lives and dance beneath the stars.
Written by a true camping pro, A Guide to Pagan Camping makes primitive camping and temporary community building appear incredibly easy and intensely fun. This isn’t your daddy’s boring and nit-picky camping book!
Features in A Guide to Pagan Camping include:
Deciding which festivals best suit your needs and match your budget. Choosing what gear to bring and why, all while keeping it simple, comfortable and stylish. Locating the optimal campsite and transforming it into a true Covenstead. Presenting a Pagan workshop, performing a musical act, which workshifts to choose and how (and what) to vend. Owning your spirituality and personal ethics while respecting those of others. Handling complex personalities and egos with grace, tact and professionalism. Simple, healthy, easy to follow and incredibly delicious outdoor recipes.
Lori Dake is a lifelong camping and music enthusiast who loves to combine the two whenever possible. She has traveled to almost every edge of North America the old-fashioned way, and she is always up for pitching a tent and living simply among like-minded, spiritual individuals.