Witches never fail to amuse us. Summertime is here and it’s enjoyable to read queer witch books in cosy. Summer is the time when nature grows and is full of life. Many witches connect to nature strongly and since here we are heading to the gorgeous summer, let us have a look at five queer witch books to read.

1. The Lost Coast by Amy Rose Capetta

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A story of six queer witches, hiding secrets of the ancient redwoods, takes you to the journey of magic. Danny meets a group of friends, Grays. Grays need her as she knows how to bring back one of their missing friends. The Lost Coast radiates vibes which tells them that something is wrong enough to kill them.

2. Strange Grace by Tessa Gratton

Strange Grace by Tessa Gratton

A pact made between the devil and the villagers for peace and prosperity requires them to sacrifice a young man to the devil when the Slaughter Moon rises. This year, the Slaughter Moon has risen early. A group of friends go out to find the witch, but the devil they find is not the one they expected.

3. Gay Witchcraft: Empowering The Tribe by Christopher Penczak

Gay Witchcraft: Empowering the Tribe: Penczak, Christopher ...

This is a book with theory and practices of Witchcraft for the gay community. The author joined a Witchcraft and finds out about the spiritual path which embraced and honoured his sexuality. From exploring the history of Paganism to meditations and other ceremonies, this book is enriched from all of them. Gay, lesbians, transgenders and bisexuals who are interested in Witchcraft should read this book.

4. Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

This is a story of a guy Yadriel, whose family is giving him a hard time due to his sexuality. Yadriel is also summoned by a ghost and trying to get rid of him. Finally, he decides to help the ghost of his murdered cousin to set him free but ends up finding that this ghost is of someone else. The ghost needs help to unveil a few truths. Yadriel decides to help him so that he can leave faster, but the more time he spends with it, the less he wants to let him go.

5. Kissing The Witch: Old Tales In New Skins by Emma Donoghue

Kissing the Witch: Old Tales in New Skins by Emma Donoghue

This book contains thirteen fairy tales woven with magic. These stories portray sensuality and truth. In these tales, young and old women tell their stories of hate, love honour and revenge.

These are the five queer witch books you can read. We hope you have found your next read. Or are you new to reading and looking for a book to start?

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