sakurakat @ : Book Recs.
Um... I guess the first two books would be the non-fiction ones.
I don't know if anyone'll have read them before.
I've just got them borrowed from the public library, so
someone's doubtlessly seen them at any rate. lol.
So, yeah, anyway. The First two are:
~Witch Crafting: A spiritual Guide to Making Magic by Phyllis
Curott. (Apparently she's written another book called Book of
~The Real Witches' Craft by Kate West.
I've only flipped through the second so far, and am halfway
through the first. They both look interesting, though.
There are three others (a series) that are fiction. ( Alicia Fields' Goddess SeriesCollapse )
Anyway, this post is propably more than long enough already, so
I'll leave it at this.
-Most books on witchcraft will tell you that witches work naked. This
is because most books on witchcraft are written by men. -Terry
Pratchett, Neil Gaiman
sakurakat @ : Reply to... replies? lol.
– Thank you! It's of Squall,the main character from FF8. I got it from the Boys Next Door site – as long as you give credit to them, they don’t mind people using their stuff. They have an LJ community, as well, if you're interested: The LJ group
And the Site
Just to warn you, it’s best to go in with an open mind. The site has a fair number of fanfics on it – stories written by people focusing on a certain fandom, like Buffy or Due South. These are mostly video game and anime based, however. They all, I believe, contain slash – with is basically a guy paired with another guy. Not necessarily anything explicit (though some are), just…. Two guy characters instead of a guy and a girl. Some of the pictures are likely to reflect that, in the icons, wallpapers, etc. If that’s not something you like to deal with, however, there are plenty like this, as well – with no… implications? Not sure what word to use.
Hopefully, you’ll find the books interesting, if you decide to check them out. Only two really centre on Wicca. The other three are historical romance/fiction that I found interesting. I’ll cross-post (is that the term?) what I wrote on the Yahoo group ‘forum’ to here. Eight of Wands
– Maybe you could recommend a few that are good, as well then. Lol. It’s not actually the U of S, unfortunately – they don’t offer the program I want there, and the other choices are out of province. The program I’m interested in is at Siast – Library Sciences and Technology. Basically just training so I get to catalogue and help pick out books as well as shelving, etc. Librarian as opposed to Library Aide? Lol. Anyway, I’ll be sure to make the next post from me is the book rec.