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You just added another reader to that list.

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And here I thought I was the only geek on the board with my gaming obsession and comic books (Halo 5 Guardians and Star Wars this Yule!!! Going to be a geek-tastic holiday for me)

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AdastraJunction wrote:And here I thought I was the only geek on the board with my gaming obsession and comic books (Halo 5 Guardians and Star Wars this Yule!!! Going to be a geek-tastic holiday for me)

I'm so not trying to thread jack but...
DUDE FALLOUT 4 IS COMING OUT SO SOOOOON!!!! AND ITS GOING TO BE SET IN BOSTON!!!!!!! *squeals like a baby girl*
and JTHM is still my favorite graphic novel :wink:
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dualhands wrote:
AdastraJunction wrote:And here I thought I was the only geek on the board with my gaming obsession and comic books (Halo 5 Guardians and Star Wars this Yule!!! Going to be a geek-tastic holiday for me)

I'm so not trying to thread jack but...
DUDE FALLOUT 4 IS COMING OUT SO SOOOOON!!!! AND ITS GOING TO BE SET IN BOSTON!!!!!!! *squeals like a baby girl*
and JTHM is still my favorite graphic novel :wink:
OMG I know!!! It's been to long since Fallout 3 and Vegas. Also Rise of the Tomb Raider! Not to mention they *crosses fingers* may consider making Skyrim backwards compatible to Xbox One and Bioshock!!

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The Benham Book of Palmistry.
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The idiots guide to witchcraft and wicca ( local library had this! )
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I just finished Nightshade at the request of my cousin.
Today I started a book about witchcraft in Salem Village.



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Re-reading:
"Good Omens" by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
"American Gods" by Neil Gaiman

Reading:
"The Screwtape Letters" by C.S. Lewis
"Lies of Lock Lamora" by Steve Lynch
"Magick of Reiki" by Christopher Penczak

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I'm really bad with books, I'm someone who has more then one book on the go at any one time.

Right now I am re-visiting the Twilight Saga of which I am on New Moon. I'm also reading 'Ask and it is given' by Esther and Jerry hicks.
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Teach yourself Slovene

I'm working through two similar books simultaneously. It hurts my brain so much...

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Re-reading Girl With a Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier.

I'm also working through Edgar Allan Poe's Great Tales and Poems
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Re-reading The Silmarillion for probably the ten thousandth time. Also reading some fantastic fanfiction based on the 80's movie Labyrinth called The Goblin Market.
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Wuthering Heights.
It's my favorite.



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The Twelve Wild Swans by starhawk and Hilary Valentine.

I am hoping to do the elemental path as part of my magickal training.
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I am reading "Alice and Wonderland". As an avid reader of the "classics" this isn't really on that list, yet it is sort of a classic. I have decided to theme my upcoming wedding from what I know about "Alice and wonderland" based on the cartoon I saw as a child. I'm basically making it a vintage tea party., so I've decided to read the book. My mother purchased me a very old copy, to fit in with the vintage theme. I'm excited to finish it and continue on to "Alice and the looking glass, which is basically the scary version of Alice's adventures....

Rosie

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