Jaq D Hawkins was originally traditionally published in the Mind, Body, Spirit category, but moved to indie publishing soon after releasing her first Fantasy fiction novel, Dance of the Goblins. She currently has one book on chaos magic in release, The Chaonomicon, and a new, complete volume about Elemental Spirits is to be released July 2018.
She currently has five fiction novels released which include the Goblin Series (Dark Fantasy), comprised of Dance of the Goblins, Demoniac Dance and Power of the Dance, and her Steakpunk novel, The Wake of the Dragon (Airship Pirate Adventure) is soon to be followed by a follow-up novel, The Winds of Winter Storms.
A science fiction novel called The Chase for Choronzon is in progress, as well as further writings in occult subjects.
Jaq lives in England with her family and works on amateur filmmaking when she isn't writing. Most of the time she juggles deadlines between the two. She is a strong advocate of human rights and equality, which is reflected in her Fantasy stories through diversity in central characters.
The Hindu god Ganesha has become popular in Western magick more than any other Eastern entity since interest in yoga and Eastern mysticism first captured the Western imagination.
Reflecting on his infiltration into mainstream Western society through art and decorating as well as some lesser known aspects of Lord Ganesha, suggestions for drawing Ganesha into modern ritual methods are included.
The complete collection of the Fantasy trilogy that brought Epic series to a new generation. The goblins lived unseen by man for many generations and were forgotten, consigned to legend, but a fluke sighting when a man wanders into the entrance of a forgotten underground transportation system revives an ancient war between the species.
Discover the nature of the elements, types of spirits associated with each element, and correspondences in magical thought as well as rituals and divination methods in an animistic world of nature magic.
What is chaos magic? Nearly forty years after its beginnings, Pagans and magicians are still asking the question, or finding conflicting information online. Jaq D Hawkins was the first chaos magician to write of the history and elements of chaos magic for a widespread audience. Now, in this new volume, that history is expanded for a new generation of magic users.