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    "O Mother Sun: A new view of the cosmic feminine" by Patricia Monaghan. It's about the universal ancient beliefs in the supreme divinity of the solar goddess.
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    Rereading a series...waiting for a book to come out in paperback....and text books...
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    I'm a library buff, so I check out a lot of books at the same time. For example:
    1. Tarot for Writers, by Corrine Kenner. This one is creating stories with the help of the tarot cards.
    2. Escaping Salem- The Other Witch Hunt of 1962, by Richard Godbeer. This one is about another Witch Trial that happened in Stamford, Connecticut.
    3. The Age of Odin, by James Lovegrove. It's Fiction about Odin, the Viking Gods and the on coming of Ragnarok.

    I'm too lazy to list all of them, so I just did my top three favorites.
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    This is what I am reading at the moment:

    Red Dragon by Tomas Harris.
    LOTR trilogy by Tolkien.
    Misery by Stephen King
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    I just finished the 50 Shades of Grey Trilogy. I was hoping it would get better. It didn't. If people think those books are racy - I feel nothing but pity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twinkle View Post
    I just finished the 50 Shades of Grey Trilogy. I was hoping it would get better. It didn't. If people think those books are racy - I feel nothing but pity.
    Goddamit, I just bought the trilogy!!!!!!!!! My sister said it was racy so I bought it. I'll read it anyway but I guess I should have thought about my and her definitions of "racy" beforehand because now I wonder if I'm going to get 'cheated'. You'd think I'd have learned my lesson with the Twilight series because that turned out to be total shit writing.

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    I finished my Mother Holle book and the last of the 50 Shades books. I am starting book #18, Flirt in the Anita Blake series.

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    I've been working my way through "How Carrots Won the Trojan War: Curious (but True) Stories of Common Vegetables" for a while. I also started "The Sweet Far Thing" by Libba Bray.
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    I am in between books at the moment, just finished rereading the Harry potter Series, and I plan on starting with the LOTRs series as soon as i find out where i put them.
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    Finished It Takes a Witch by Heather Blake. Thinking about reading Bruja Brouhaha by Rochelle Staab next.

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