One fiction, two nonfiction. Witchlight by Marion Zimmer Bradley, fiction and in the same series of a wish list book I submitted previously Don Juan and the Art of Sexual Energy: The Rainbow Serpent of the Toltecs by Merilyn Tunneshende, nonfiction Reclaiming Goddess Sexuality: The Power of the Feminine Way by Linda E. Savage, Ph.D., nonfiction and a wonderful book IMHO All are clean scans with my usual prep. Synopses follow. Enjoy! Donna Witchlight by Marion Zimmer Bradley Except for a few memories of her childhood and of her few years as a successful trader on Wall Street, Winter Musgrave's life seems to have vanished from her mind. She fears she has gone mad-but if so, it is a peculiar sort of madness, for objects shatter when she passes by. Doors and windows unlock and open while she sleeps. The mutilated corpses of small animals appear on the doorstep of her isolated mountain farmhouse, with no indication that anyone human has been near. And inside Winter's mind, all the time, is the feeling that something deadly is hunting for her. Is this paranoia or something more? Desperate, Winter seeks help at the Bidney Institute for Psychic Research, where she encounters Truth Jourdemayne and her partner, Dr. Dylan Palmer. With their help, Winter recovers a few of her shattered, memories, including the surprising revelation that while in college Winter had been a member of a magickal circle, or coven. Truth, the daughter of a medium and a powerful magician, is no stranger to the paranormal, but she isn't prepared for the strength and fury of the thing that wants to claim Winter for its own. Winter is certain that the members of her old coven will be able to identify and defeat the menace she now faces. But they are scattered across the continent, and the thing that pursues her is eager to destroy her old friends as well. Once before Winter Musgrave believed in magic. It nearly killed her. Now, to stay alive, she must believe again, with all her heart.. .and all her soul. Not just the story of a woman's search for her missing past, Witchlight is a powerful novel that should appeal to New Age readers, fans of contemporary fantasy and contemporary fiction, and the legions of readers who have already discovered the strength and beauty of the novels of Marion Zimmer Bradley. Don Juan and the Art of Sexual Energy: The Rainbow Serpent of the Toltecs by Merilyn Tunneshende Readers of Carlos Casteneda have often complained that his work in ancient Meso-american shamanism never covered sexual practices beyond celibacy. With his death in 1998 it seemed that these practices might never be revealed, but fortunately Merilyn Tunneshende has stepped in. Set against the backdrop of the golden deserts of Sonora, Mexico, Don Juan and the Art of Sexual Energy recounts Tunneshende's initiation into the ancient sexual energy practices of the Toltec-Mayan tradition. Under the tutelage of don Juan Matus, -Chon Yakil (whom Castenada referred to as Don Genaro), and dona Celestina de la Soledad, she learns to reclaim her minine power and balance the masculine and feminine sources within herself. At the heart of the book is the mythical Rainbow Serpent: le phallic energy within women, the creative power within men. Each chapter focuses on a particular technique for awakening the serpent and connecting with its energy. Twenty-two sequential practices are covered, providing a powerful program for serious spiritual transformation. Reclaiming Goddess Sexuality: The Power of the Feminine Way by Linda E. Savage most women seek individual self-expression and yearn for intimacy in relationships, yet they do not want to have to choose between the two. The desire to know and be known by another person intimately is intrinsic to the feminine way. In this fascinating book, Linda E. Savage brings you a road map to finding your uniquely female sexual expression and creating deeply satisfying and balanced relationships. It provides a blueprint for your own self-healing, and a clear step-by-step guide to building intimacy in relationships. Reclaiming Goddess Sexuality presents a model of female sexuality that blends the ancient wisdom of the Goddess cultures with current clinical findings to create a completely different view of sexual expression. The ancient matrilineal societies offer valuable insight into the mysteries of sexuality that can result in renewed sexual interest for contemporary women. The knowledge gained will change how women perceive themselves; and provide a new vision for healing individuals, couples, and communities in the dawning millennium.