–singsong voice– You mean I would have an excuse to buy the books I want to so that they’d be available for others?
(Also, please note that I’m a Barnes and Noble employee and would have access to discounted titles, if people passed me money to get them for any kind of library loan thing. <3)
I would ADORE to be involved with this.
As I write this post, I sit next to my shelf of pagan and herb books. They are well loved and have been read a million times. Authors like Scott Cunningham and Starhawk have been with me since the beginning of my path. While I strongly believe that faith is personal, these books augment personal worship and growth.
But damn they are expensive! Obviously Amazon is great to find used books, and libraries are wonderful places to find books on myths and sometimes basic Wiccan tomes. And the internet is a fantastic tool for finding information, but it is so easy to falsify. For example early in my path, everything I found was about the need to get the tools and do a full ritual every time. And I mean EVERYTHING. Mind you, pagans have been way more proactive about getting good information out there. But in my opinion books…
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