Suzanne Ruthven
Suzanne Ruthven

Mélusine Draco’s highly individualistic teaching methods and writing draw on historical sources supported by academic texts and current archaeological findings; endorsing Crowley’s view that magic(k) is an amalgam of science and art, and that magic is the outer route to the inner Mysteries.
Author of several titles currently published with John Hunt Publishing including the best-selling six-part Traditional Witchcraft series; two titles on power animals – Aubry’s Dog and Black Horse, White Horse; By Spellbook & Candle; The Dictionary of Magic & Mystery published by Moon Books; Magic Crystals Sacred Stones and The Atum-Re Revival published by Axis Mundi Books – all available on Amazon.
Web: www.covenofthescales.com and www.templeofkhem.com
Blog: http://melusinedracoattempleofkhem.blogspot.com/


Books by Suzanne Ruthven

Life-Writes

Where do writers get their ideas from ... It's called Life

May 2012

Life-Writes helps you to find and develop ideas with editor appeal.

Compass Points: The Pagan Writers' Guide

Writing for the Pagan and MB&S Publications

Jul 2013

Want to be a pagan author and write for the pagan community? This is how to get published.

How To Write for the How-To Market

Jun 2013

Detailed instruction and analysis covering writing for the widest marketplace in creative writing.

Country Writer's Craft, The

Writing For Country, Regional & Rural Publications

May 2013

A "How To" covering one of the largest marketplaces for writers across the English-speaking world.

Compass Points - Horror Upon Horror

A Step by Step Guide to Writing a Horror Novel

Nov 2013

Horror writer and former Gothic Society member, Suzanne Ruthven brings us a step-by-step guide to writing horror fiction.

Charnel House Blues: The Vampyre's Tale

Mar 2014

A view of the vampire through folklore, history, literature and film.

Compass Points: Creating Meaningful Dialogue

Sep 2014

The essential guide to sharpening dialogue.

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