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CollectionsYour library (405), To read (5), All collections (405)

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TagsFiction (155), Occult (125), Novel (108), TS (93), Horror (33), Mythology (22), Mental Tools (22), History (21), Crichton (18), Celtic (18) — see all tags

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About meI'm a 33 year old wife and mom living in suburbia. I feel strange writing about myself since you can tell just about everything from looking at my library. Do I really need to say that I'm Wiccan?

Currently Reading - On Becoming A Counselor by Eugene Kennedy and Sara C. Charles, M.D.

About my libraryThis is a work in progress. No telling how long it will take me to get all my books up here. 90% of the books are mine, the rest are my husbands. If it has the words "computer" or "star wars" in the title it's not mine. But the purpose of this is to provide some organization and accountability so they're all going up eventually.

My tags are a mess. If it's not related to my religion then the tags are probably fine, but the religious stuff is a mess and I know that. I'm trying to organize it a way which reflects the way I use the material. Since I use these books primarily in training, they're largely tagged that way. I've lumped most of it under the main heading of "occult" which may rub some people the wrong way, but it doesn't all fit under the heading of witchcraft, and certainly not Wicca.
Anyway, just trying to explain why my tags are weird.

If however, it makes perfect sense to you that Judy Harrow's Wicca Covens sits next to Jerome Rabow's Learning Through Discussion on my bookshelf you may not be bothered by my tags.

GroupsA Pearl of Wisdom and Enlightenment, Irish & Celtic Studies, Thing(amabrarian)s That Go Bump in the Night

Homepagehttp://roseandkey.wordpress.com/

LocationColorado

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Member sinceNov 27, 2007

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