The Witches' Journal

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
A fun little book to help you find your inner witch. Recipes, spells, birthstones, terminology, candles, flowers, poetry and more. More
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About Patti Roberts

For me, talking to readers who love my stories and characters as much as I do is a dream come true. NOTHING is more exhilarating or inspiring. The author writes, yes, but I honestly believe it is the reader, who breathes life and soul into the characters in a book. Without the reader and their wonderful imaginations, stories and characters are words arranged neatly on a page waiting to be born, waiting to be loved.
To the reader, my characters and I thank you.
Patti Roberts.

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Other publications by this author:

The Paradox Series – The Angels Are Here – Book 1 is free. A paranormal time travel adventure with Fallen Angels, vampires, and a host of mystical beings.

Witchwood Estate Series - Going Home - Book 1 is free. The Craft meets Practical Magic.

You may also like to download a free copy of the Witches' Journal. Because there is a little witch in all of us.

Standalone contemporary romance, About Three Authors - Whoever said love was easy?

Non- fiction. Surviving Tracy, featuring true stories from survivors of Cyclone Tracy which devastated Darwin in the Northern Territory in 1974.

PATTI ROBERTS was born in Brisbane Australia but soon moved to Darwin in the Northern Territory. Her son Luke was born in 1980. Her son and grandson are the two leading men in Patti's life. She currently lives in Cairns, Queensland, where she is writing the Paradox Series of books. Since then, Patti has commenced writing the Witchwood Estate series, and a contemporary romance, About Three Authors – Whoever Said Love Was Easy? Patti has also published a non-fiction book, Surviving Tracy, featuring true stories from survivors of Cyclone Tracy which devastated Darwin in the Northern Territory in 1974.

Patti's books are available worldwide from, libraries, bookstores on request, and all the better online stores.

You can contact Patti direct at

Future books to look out for:
KLA2EEN – A sci-fi series. We are not alone in the universe.
I'm That Girl. Contemporary drama/romance.
The Forgotten Girl – A sci-fi standalone novel about alien abduction.

In her spare time, Patti designs book covers and formats for authors.

You can email Patti direct if you would like to review any of her books -

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Review by: James Jenkins on July 07, 2016 :
Not overly good or bad. Not a reference for serious practitioners, but a fun read for those with a passing interest.
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Review by: Tabitha Ormiston-Smith on Jan. 10, 2016 :
For sheer fun I don't know when I've seen the like of this remarkable little book. It's a wonderful mixed bag of recipes, bath recipes, Celtic tree astrology, poetry and reference sections with the properties of herbs, colours, and stones. You could dip into it at random like a lucky dip, or perhaps concentrate on a section of interest. A bonus item included is a copy of Witchwood Estate - Going Home, the first book in the well-known Witchwood Estate series by this author.

The recipe section contains some very intriguing recipes, two of which were contributed by me and are delicious and super-easy, but the others all also look to be delicious and super-easy. The poetry section contains several poems by Barry Peabody, a poet in the style of Kipling of whose work I am fond. The sections giving the magical properties of stones, colours, herbs et alia could be used as a handy pocket reference by Wiccans and other spell-working New Age people - they are not encyclopaedic, but are solid, with all of the major items covered.

Well worth downloading, and I plan to add it to my Reference section just for the recipes.
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Review by: Jenny Bynum on Jan. 08, 2016 :
This is an awesome book filled with delicious recipes and fun stories and poems to read and enjoy for years to come!!
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