Boudica Foster


I am a former New Yorker of 43 years now living in Pennsylvania. I have been writing articles published in Llewellyn’s almanacs since 2004. And I wrote book reviews, mostly on pagan content, since 1998, and started with Amazon reviews in 2000. When I decided to write some books, I stopped reviewing.

I live in Bucks County with my husband and my cats. We moved from the Midwest a few years ago to be on the East Coast. Closer to home and much more the life style we enjoy.

My first book was 21 Spells for Assured Success, and was originally done for a small publishing company who did not care for it as it is a collection of spells for working women. So I turned to self publishing. I followed that book up with 21 Spells for Protection. Again, the book tells how to work spells, set out in examples I have encountered over the years. No better way to show how than by telling someones story.

I have two books on Reiki; Level One and Level Two. And a book of collected Interviews of well known Pagans in the community, taken from our interviews at The Wiccan/Pagan Times.

I have also wandered into the field of Paranormal Fiction. The First book in my series "The Fools Journey" (A Tarot Reference) is The Mother In the Gallery. It is paranormal fiction - mystery/romance.

All my books are available on Amazon. The Mother in the Gallery is available as both e-book and paperback. The other books are all e-books.

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The Love Spell - A Very Short Story
Price: Free! Words: 1,850. Language: English. Published: September 24, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Short Stories
When Detective Artie Banks arrived at the scene, it was not what he had expected. He sat down in the living room and asked Lilly Bronstein, the shooter, to explain what happened. And then she started to tell him, through the tears and her fright, about her love spell. We should always be careful what we wish for...

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Smashwords book reviews by Boudica Foster

  • Bunnies on Jan. 18, 2012

    Great short story - wonderfully done. Not a childrens book - but adults will find this a wonderful short read. Horror genre.