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    Still reading The Path of a Christian Witch by Adelina St. Clair. Looking forward to reading Hands of Light by Barbara Ann Brennan. Has anyone read these books?

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    I am reading another Highlander romance. Gives me a break from reality. LOL

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    I have reading the third in a series of five books on Northern Shamanism.

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    It's called, "The Only Boy in the World" and it's about a father and his autistic son. But I've barely had any time to even read it. I got it from my campus library, so I will more than likely just put it on my amazon.com wishlist. I love it so far.
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    I've just (as in a few hours ago) finished a book called Lone Wolf by Jodi Picoult. Excellent book and author, though to be honest not my favorite of hers. Learned lots and lots about wolves though!
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    I am currently reading the lost city of z

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    Just finished Charles deLint's Promises to Keep, not good enough to keep me reading him. Next up is Anne Rice's Feast of All Saints, can't wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MysticCottageHerbs View Post
    I am currently reading the lost city of z
    I have that one but haven't started it yet.

    I'm reading the Wind Through the Keyhole by Stephen King.
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    Deadlocked -The new True Blood book.

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    Aleister Crowley and the Ouija Board by J. Edward Cornelius -

    It looks promising, using the Ouija in conjunction with the Enochian calls and other basic ceremonial practices are yielding some exciting results.
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