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Orkney and Shetland: Scottish Islands (Scottish Islands: Orkney & Shetland) by James and Deborah Penrith
The Crooked Scythe: Anthology of Oral History by George Ewart Evans
Craft of the Wise: A Practical Guide to Paganism and Witchcraft by Vikki Bramshaw
Druids : " Preachers Of Immortality " by Anne Ross
The Druids: Magicians of the West (Esoteric Themes & Perspectives) by Ward Rutherford
Poems (Oxford Paperbacks) by Robert Burns
The Fairytale Tarot: For a Happy Ever After by Karen Mahony
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About meResident of the UK, formerly of Australia, and have been enjoying books since I was 4½ years old. I wish I had more time to read, but I do what I can, when I can these days. My readings interests are now focussed on the esoteric and occult areas.
About my libraryNot as large as I would like it, but still improving. Mostly consists of books relating to the pre-Christian religion of the British Isles.
GroupsAlba gu bràth, Audiobooks, Books of Shadows, Bookworm Witches, Druidry, From Avalon to Tir Na Nog, Irish & Celtic Studies, Pagan Knowledge, Pagans inc, Reading Gàidhlig —show all groups, ReadItSwapIt, Scandinavian detectives and thrillers, Scottish LibraryThingers, Wicca
Favorite authorsLy de Angeles, Geraldine Moorkens Byrne, H. R. Ellis Davidson, Owen Davies, John Lenahan, Terry Pratchett, Eblanna Raven, Tracey Swain, J. R. R. Tolkien, Fiona Walker-Craven (Shared favorites)
Favorite librariesSwanley Library
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceApr 20, 2007
Currently readingThe Ancient Celts by Barry Cunliffe
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