Merry Meet and Welcome to Wicca, Witc/hcraft, Magic, and Fiction Thing.

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Merry Meet and Welcome to Wicca, Witc/hcraft, Magic, and Fiction Thing.

1bradkemp
nov 23, 2020, 11:04am

Merry Meet. I'm Greybeard Woods. I read novels about witches and magic. I also collect and read non-fiction books about Wicca, Witchcraft, Paganism, and the history of Pagan or Witchcraft, Shamanism, Elder Gods, etc.

I'm new to Library Thing. All the other groups with a similar topic seem to be Inactive. Library Thing suggested starting a new group instead of trying to reactivate an old dead group. So here we are. Sign up and share you books about witchcraft, Wicca, magic, etc. Fiction or non-fiction. What cheap teen, cozy, or serious fiction about witches have you read lately? Who is your favorite author? Even self published books about witches belong here.

Hail and Welcome.
Greybeard Woods

2bradkemp
nov 23, 2020, 11:05am

Practical Magic, and the two prequels (Magic Lessons and The Rules of Magic) by Alice Hoffman remind me of Marvin, the pessimistic robot from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Everything that can go wrong will go wrong, in the worst possible way, no matter how good it would otherwise seem to be. People die at the most inopportune times from the most unlikely causes. Love always goes wrong and everyone suffers. Why are these books so popular?

3gilroy
nov 23, 2020, 1:32pm

Uh, did you miss the other three groups that all cover this same subject, with a large number of members already?
https://www.librarything.com/search.php?search=wicca&searchtype=groups&s...

4bradkemp
nov 23, 2020, 6:17pm

>3 gilroy: Merry Meet Gilroy. I'm not sure that any of those 3 groups are equivalent. The most active of the 3 is focused on Heathens. This group focuses on Wicca, Witchcraft and magic. The 2nd group focuses on Religion in General with topics about Jews, etc. The 3rd group has only one post in a year and that is someone asking for free books. Thanks for your suggestion though.

Have you read Magic Lessons by Alice Hoffman? If so what did you think of that and Practical Magic?

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