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Explore the mysteries of the Night — from questions of ancient philosophy to the magical properties of the Elements — and the witch within in Notes for the Night, a guided journal and modern Book of Shadows from award-winning author Maia Toll. 
  • DELUXE GUIDED JOURNAL: This hardcover guided journal features a full-color interior with spot illustrations, textured case, and metallic ink accents, as well as lined and blank pages for recording spells, ideas, and dreams.
  • COMPANION TO THE NIGHT SCHOOL FROM AUTHOR MAIA TOLL: Dive deeper into the topics of astrology, alchemy, philosophical teachings, divination, and more in this guided journal companion to The Night School. With original content, this journal offers something for all journalers, whether or not they are familiar with the concepts of The Night School.
  • FULL OF DOZENS OF PROMPTS, EXERCISES, AND RITUALS: Notes for the Night contains more than 50 journal prompts, as well as ritual ideas.
  • MAGICAL SELF-EXPLORATION: Tap into the mysteries of the Night as you develop a more profound and magical understanding of yourself and the world around you with this guided journal practice. 

Available in August

Meet The Author: Maia Toll

Maia Toll is the author of The Wild Wisdom series, including The Illustrated Herbiary, and The Night School. After pursuing an undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan and a master's at New York University, Toll apprenticed with a traditional healer in Ireland, where she spent extensive time studying the growing cycles of plants, the alchemy of medicine making, and the psycho-spiritual aspects of healing—and studied at The University of Michigan and New York University. She is the co-owner of the retail store Herbiary, with locations in Asheville, NC and Philadelphia, PA. You can find her online at maiatoll.com. 

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