Storm has written, and co-written, a number of non-fiction titles. She enjoys inventing magical and healing systems and has published three of these through Immanion Press. 'Sekhem Heka' incorporates Seichim healing with Egyptian Magic, while 'Grimoire Dehara: Kaimana' and 'Grimoire Dehara Book Two: Ulani' (the second book co-written with Taylor Ellwood), is a 'pop culture' magical system developed around the gods and beliefs of the fictional Wraeththu.
Prior to these titles she co-wrote 'Bast and Sekmet: Eyes of Ra' with Eloise Coquio. This was published by Robert Hale in 1999 and is still regarded as the most comprehensive title on the Egyptian feline goddesses around.
'Egyptian Birth Signs' was co-written with Graham Phillips and was published by Thorsons in 2002.
'The Inward Revolution' was a self-help book, inspired by the work of Wilhem Reich, Krishnamurti and other forward thinkers of the early 20th century. Co-written with Deborah Benstead, the title was published in 1998 by Warner.
While 'Bast and Sekhmet' and 'Egyptian Birth Signs' are still in print and available from online stores like Amazon, 'The Inward Revolution' is no longer available. However, you can pick up copies second hand fairly easily.
'What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been' is rather a departure from the other titles here, being a collection of stories and articles, by Storm and others, based on the online fantasy role-playing game, World of Warcraft.