What’s Your Potion?

Liquid Refreshments to Nourish Body, Mind, and Spirit

Atglen, PA – February 2018

What’s Your Potion> is a book that should be on every cook’s shelf.”

Create over 100 liquid refreshment recipes to enhance good health and uplift your body, mind, and spirit. By tapping into her Latin American and European cultural background, the author inspires readers with these charming and easy-to-make beverages. Based on the concept that mindful consumption can help a person attain self-fulfillment and self-realization, emphasis is placed o the enjoyment of smoothies, teas, coffees, cocoas, soups, and sauces. Additionally included are nutritional facts and traditional folklore associated with drink ingredients, as well as details of culinary, medicinal, and folkloric attributes of common fruits and vegetables and botanicals used. Although theories behind the psychological effects of potions based on folklore, color symbolism, and the four elements of nature–air, fire, water, and earth–are put forth, the reader does not need to subscribe to these theories to take pleasure in producing these wonderfully spirit-lifting recipes. Open your heart to the potion that will nourish your soul!

Morwyn holds a PhD in Brazilian studies, is a master intercultural trainer and assessor, and author of 17 books, including one state and two national award winners. Topics include books on Western magical traditions, Brazilian folklore, herbs, perfumes, and historical and Latina amateur sleuth crime fiction.Many recipes in her potions book are collected from her living experiences abroad in various cultures. Currently, she lives in Boulder Colorado with her husband and five vociferous cats. When not writing or traveling, she enjoys jogging in the Foothills, tending her large herb and vegetable gardens, and remodeling her award-winning historic home.

For press inquiries, or to request a review copy, please contact Chris McClure at (610) 593-1777 or

WHAT’S YOUR POTION? by Morwyn (Caroline Dow) is available from Schiffer Publishing, Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Ingram’s, New Leaf, and Caroline Dow at 303-443-9625.

Book Details: ISBN: 978-)-7643-4954-6 Size: 6″ BY 9″ Illustrations: 43 dolor photos Pages: 192 Binding: hard cover Price: $29.95
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Schiffer Publishing
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Boulder, CO – February 20, 2014

Tea Leaf Reading for Beginners is a book that should be on every tea lover’s and tea leaf reader’s shelf.”

Sara Martinelli, tea master and owner of the Dushanbe Russian Teahouse.

TEA LEAF READING FOR BEGINNERS:  YOUR FORTUNE IN A TEACUP  by Caroline Dow is available from Llewellyn Worldwide, Barnes and Noble, Amazon,  and Caroline Dow at 303-443-9625.

The fun and delicious way to divine your life. With a cup of freshly brewed tea, you can indulge in an age-old custom that brings you deep relaxation, healthful rejuvenation, and a sense of wonder as you see what the leaves reveal.

In six simple steps, you’ll learn to read tea leaves like a pro. Four sample readings with photos help you interpret tea-leaf patterns even more easily. You’ll also find hundreds of symbols and their meanings grouped by theme–from animals to sun signs to travel and trees.

More than a book about tea leaf reading, this book includes information on:

  •  how to choose and prepare the perfect cup of tea
  • herbal infusions for better health
  • hosting tea parties and mastering tea-taking etiquette,
  • tea-taking superstitions
  • history of tea
  •  and takes you on a tour of famous tearooms around the world.


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