Expectations: I Won’t Do That

Hello and welcome! I thought I would take a moment to just discuss a thing or two that you will NOT be seeing from me in this blog. Sounds super boring, I know, but let’s get it out of the way!

You will never, and I mean ever, see me get excited about, give a good rating to, or otherwise favor a book for its “wokeness.” Materials that proudly advertise whatever woke subject they’re pushing are ones that I tend to avoid. You can call it what you want, but I have found nothing good in anything proudly peddling its “woke” goods. Let me explain.

I’m a conservative at heart, guys, and it’s as much of who I am as being a Pagan, Witch, Mother, and Wife. What I mean by that is I am pro-2nd Amendment, pro-1st Amendment, pro-life, anti-socialism/communism, and anti-identity politics. While I will not be discussing politics (at least, I don’t really plan on it), I did want to make sure this was abundantly clear before I got too far into producing content for this blog. You will never see me read anything like White Fragility, because it espouses racism. I loathe Brie Larson and Captain Marvel with a passion and think that feminism has gone off the rails. I believe there is no greater country on gorgeous Mother Earth than the United States of America. I am boycotting Coca-Cola for training their employees to be “less white”. While I am all for diversity and inclusion, it was something we already had, and we didn’t need to get trained on it every year.

I will never, ever make anyone feel like they’re not welcome here. But I won’t espouse or cater to an ideology that I am not a part of, either, an ideology that I find to be destructive and dangerous.

What I will do is welcome anyone who still wants to discuss books, spirituality, witchy things, even the weather wherever you are in the world.

So, welcome to the Cauldron. I can’t wait to meet all of you!

(I found the featured photo here.)

3d book display image of Touch of Darkness by Scarlett St. Clair

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