Cozy Hermit Bookshelf


There’s nothing more cozy than brewing a cup of tea and curling up with a good book on a rainy afternoon. Here’s a collection of some of my favorite reads.


Cozy Hermit Bookshelf

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Women Who Run With The Wolves

Women Who Run With The Wolves: Myths And Stories Of The Wild Woman Archetype by Clarissa Pinkola Estés

Find Your Strength

Find Your Strength: A Workbook For The Highly Sensitive Person by April Snow

The Soul Sourced Entrepreneur

The Soul Sourced Entrepreneur: An Unconventional Success Plan for the Highly Creative, Secretly Sensitive, and Wildly Ambitious by Christine Kane

White Women

White Women: Everything You Already Know About Your Own Racism and How to Do Better by Regina Jackson and Saira Rao

Heal The Witch Wound

Heal The Witch Wound: Reclaim Your Magic And Step Into Your Power by Celeste Larsen

Fearless Tarot

Fearless Tarot: How To Give A Positive Reading In Any Situation by Elliot Adam

Quiet Marketing

Quiet Marketing: A Calm, Minimal Approach to Business and Online Visibility, for Highly Sensitive Solopreneurs by Danielle Gardner


Witch: Unleashed. Untamed. Unapologetic by Lisa Lister

Heal Your Witch Wound

Heal Your Witch Wound: A Magickal Depth Approach to Reclaiming Creative and Intuitive Potency and Reawakening the Feminine Soul Voice by Annalise Oatman, LCSW

In Defence Of Witches

In Defence Of Witches: The Legacy Of The Witch Hunts And Why Women Are Still On Trial by Mona Chollet

More Books to Come Soon...

Anti-Racism & Decolonization Promise: I am committed to unlearning ways of being that are steeped in capitalism, colonialism, patriarchy, racism, & white supremacy. Although I will stumble along the way, I promise to make space in my programs for nuances, conversations, & feedback on topics of race, gender, sexuality, class, disability, & other identities from folks with lived experiences of oppression that I do not share.

Land Acknowledgement: With gratitude & respect I acknowledge that the land on which I live & work is the stolen territory of the Cherokee people (ᏣᎳᎫᏪᏘᏱ Tsalaguwetiyi). I honor this land & its stewards - past, present, & future. I encourage learning about the land you are on at in addition to reflecting on your role in reconciliation, building meaningful relationships, & responsibly and reciprocally caring for the land.