|Cricket finds a satisfying perch in the |
bedroom's bookstack forest.
In this stack: The Roebuck in the Thicket,
In the Drip of an Eave, Mycophilia,
The Wildwood Tarot, Witchcraft Today
& Hans Holzer's The New Pagans.
About that library I mentioned earlier:
"We have established a Pagan & esoteric lending library in our "Agora" community space which allows me to give in back in a variety of ways."This project brings me such happiness. It gives me even more excuses to adopt & bring home books. It gives me more excuses to fritter away my free time mouth breathing in the "Body/Mind/Spirit" aisle, grunting, eye-rolling & making snarky comments to myself about the content that gets published. Better than that, it offers me opportunities to find those incredible gems that get misplaced or miscategorized on the shelves... Like last week when I found Thorsson's Blue Runa, Green Runa & Thompson's Paradox Games all together in the Tarot section. My blood ran cold when I saw them. Crouching on the floor, I grabbed them all & held them fast. I probably looked like a housecat with a chicken wing; wild-eyed & possessed by the possession. For this stack-creeper, books are like drugs. (If you hadn't already gleaned that.) Give. Me. More.
BUT. I need to begin modifying my search pattern a wee bit to incorporate the interests & needs of other people when I comb the shelves. I need a hit list of some of the very best &/or most essential reading for a Pagan & esoteric community lending library. I need the three people who are actually Pagan &/or esoterically inclined who read this blog to give me their recommends. In fact, if you are "spiritually inclined" in any fashion, give me your recommends. On second thought, it doesn't matter what you are, just give me your list.
You want to do this. I know some things about humans. Here are two of them: 1) Humans love lists. 2) Even more than lists, humans love their opinions & they love to share them with other humans. So do it. There's a box down there, begging for your book list.
|Moma's Winter-Spring reading bookstack.|
|Looking ahead: The Summer-Fall reading bookstack.|
Goodness, I seem to have forgotten my manners. Please. And thank you.