Monday, March 23, 2009

Spring Reading Fever

Spring has finally come to Minnesota... mostly. We're still waking up to the occasional frost (traditionally, we can't plant until after Memorial Day, though most gardeners get way too itchy and start digging despite potential frost.) Today it's chilly and rainy. But, hey, no snow, which is a victory. Still, it's very dark and dreary; a perfect day to stay inside and curl up with a good book.

Lately, I've been on a non-fiction kick, myself. I'm enrolled in several classes at, and so I've been reading books about the history of Goddess worship or guides to Wiccan spirituality. I'm wondering now, with the coming of warmer weather and more days to sit on the sunny porch, if it might be time for some fiction.

Any recommendations?


Starfire said...

Heya Tate

Were you looking for Pagan/Wiccan fiction (yep, there is a wee bit of it out there - fiction by Pagan authors, or that feature semi-well researched Pagan protagonists of some stripe), or just general fiction that would igive you a break and a bit of a change from all the non-fiction reading you've been doing?

Anonymous said...

For a Pagan/young adult series try The Circle of Three by Isobel Bird. For a little more adult content you have GOT to read Bell Book and Murder by Rosemary Edghill. Or if you just want to laugh your *** off with something sick, twisted and funny (with a hint of supernatural tossed in for good measure) anything and everything by Christopher Moore is Fantastic.