Here is a description from the website 13moons.com:
Old Forest Craft by Veronica Cummer
This is a book about the religion once practiced ages ago in the Old Forest region of Europe. The book contains channeled messages from the Gods of the Old Forest and from the fey, as well as stories, myths, legends, and bits and pieces of the old witch language. It is not meant to be a “Wicca 101” book, but the next stage towards witches, in particular those of European descent, being able to reclaim their heritage. In this regard, there is no other book currently out there quite like this one. Not only does it provide a link to the past, but it also gives witches a potential focus for the future.
The book is divided into four parts. Part one is about witches, including where they came from and why they are here, what it means to be “of the Blood,” why witches work in covens, and the origin of the Witches’ Sabbat. Part two contains information regarding 22 of the Gods of the Old Forest, as well as invocations which can be used to call Them. Part three has a basic ritual and other magickal rites and techniques, including three guided meditations, “Riding to the Sabbat,” and connecting to the spirits of the land and to the fey. The final part includes information on the Elemental beings and the Gods in regards to the Quarters and Cross-Quarters, why we do ritual, the link between the arts and the Muse, as well as some of the steps needed for witches to find their way back to the power and knowledge of the Old Ones.
"Channeled messages from Gods of the Old Forest and Fey"? "Of the blood"? "Why witches work in covens"? I mean, seriously? I want to read this book to see why everyone thinks it's such a great read for Hedgewitches and Traditional Witches, as it SEEMS from the description to be yet another "Neo-Pagan 101" with a twist of mysticism (I don't tend to believe anyone who says a God channeled them a message to mass produce and make money from).
Then I found this piece of crap writing she wrote for New Witch Magazine: Dress Up Your Magical Image With Colour . It's full of very non-Hedgewitch or non-Traditional Craft information that one can grab from a Mama $ilver book, or even any neo-Pagan website out there. If I were to judge her writing from this article alone, I would say it is fluffy, and is trying to appeal to the Cosmo crowd (or teens).
Maybe I'll have to buy the book so I can do a proper review. But thus far, I am not impressed.