Hidden Witch Tip
if you’re a witch who, for whatever reason, has to hide your practices and magical research, consider investing in a small eReader. I recommend a Kindle for this, or the (free) smartphone Kindle app. Then, you can read witchcraft-related books to your heart’s content without having them lying around waiting to be found, and nobody but you will ever see the covers!
Also, Kindle books, particularly those about witchcraft, tend to be less expensive than their print counterparts. Most cost $10, whereas you’d likely spend at least $15 for the print copy. If you actually get an actual eReader or Kindle, it’ll be a bit more expensive to get started with this, but there’s also the apps for smartphones, which are usually free.
I think this is a great way to maintain privacy and save money. With my Kindle I would read all kinds of books about alchemy, witchcraft, and ceremonial magick. If anyone asked what I was reading, I’d just say, “Oh, Hunger Games,” or “Lord of the Rings!” Right now, my library is almost entirely digital because what physical books I had are in storage in Ohio since I moved to Poland.
I realize not everyone likes eBooks, and that’s okay, too, but I personally think they’re great and quite useful. Either way, do what works for you, but consider this option if you’ve got to be secretive!