Jennifer Lane is a green witch and nature writer with a background in wildlife communications. As a journalist she has written for Vogue, Dazed and the BBC, promoting the wider health benefits of nature, birdwatching and living in tune with the land. In 2018, she won a Northern Writers' Award. Jennifer is currently based near Manchester with her partner and a calico cat called Linnet.
'In short - it's a book that has grabbed me by my very core and inspired me to make some long-awaited changes in my own life. Also, she's really funny and has a fantastic cat. What else could you need? More than a spiritual guide for modern-day witches, this book calls for all of us to pay more attention to the world around us ... Jennifer's passion for this subject emanates from the page, pulling the reader in so that we begin to look at the trees around us through her eyes, with that child-like sense of wonder. It's a joyous and magickal experience.' The Folklore Podcast 'Jennifer Lane's writing is sincere, tender and rich with wonderment, empowering her readers to resist a conventional existence and look deeper into the heart of nature.' Tiffany Francis, author of Dark Skies 'Jennifer Lane casts a kind a contrary nature spell over her readers, full of glitter and acorns, fire and firecrests.' Derek Niemann, Guardian