Chronarchy (chronarchy) wrote,

PFS Book: complete and in final edits, finally!

Last night, I sent the book for the Pagan Fire Seminar we held back on Feb. 11th off for final proofing: I think it's ready, and that we'll be able to put the books up for order within about a week.

The book is clocking in at over 130 pages, and all I can say is "WOW" at the topics covered in that little bit of space. From tips on writing prayers to ways to deal with a variety of different ritual styles that others might present, I'm more and more happy with parts of it as I read back through it.

seamus_mcnasty is in progress on the video version of the shindig, and we're not sure how that will turn out yet: it may be a bit more than we can chew on.

Most of our books go through a pretty standard refresh process: the first edition is mostly just a test edition, and the second edition is a reorganized and expanded version in a couple of years (usually two to three) once we've gotten some feedback and grown a bit ourselves with the information. I don't expect this one will be much different: it's organized based on the workshop and workbook, so I could see us fully reorganizing this one and turning it into a much larger book. But for now, this one will be what it is.

I'm very excited to see what happens when we put it out, and to hear feedback from those who read it.

Cover photo by Sarah-Jayne Chapman
Tags: books, friends, pagan fire seminars, writings

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