I'm one of those reviled solitaries that find inspiration from multiple paths. I, too, came from Wicca but my roots have always been in Goddess worship because this spoke to me the deepest. I find many practices and studies found in Wiccan books to be very helpful, especially since these books are widely available (even at my local library). In fact I tend to roughly use the outline of Wiccan ritual. But I drift far and wide, and have been greatly influenced by Ruth Barrett Women's Rites, Women's Mysteries: Intuitive Ritual Creation among others. I no longer consider myself a Wiccan, don't fit the definition for Dianic, and have emotional ties to Pantheism, but I do worship the Goddess in all her forms including the glorious All. Don't be afraid to search other traditions and read everything you can find. Knowledge is a powerful thing. In the end, though, it is your heart that leads you to the Goddess that lies both within and without.