I was totally about to start this as an email.. my brain is truly made of fluff…
I did a round up of random links recently and wanted to do another. I don’t work and I spend a lot of time online, reading interesting things and often want to share them, so here we go:
- Brandy Williams on gender, race, and classism (in magic and paganism)
- Gender, Sex & Magic
- Astrology in Tarot, a collection of posts looking at individual tarot cards from an astrological perspective
- Radical revisioning: A Q&A with author and pagan priestess Lasara Firefox Allen
- Lasara is author of Jailbreaking the Goddess, a great book which is supporting my work with my house of helens.
- Art – A Bridge Between the Physical and Spiritual Worlds by Judith Shaw
- 6 Compensations for Sleeplessness
- Now that I don’t work, I don’t feel sleeplessness as such a frustration. It is a time I can read or listen to my audiobook. I frequently wake up about 3am, just when birds are starting to wake up as well. I have heard the blackbird singing. I have stared at the moon. When you don’t have to work, sleeplessness can offer gifts. There is also the comfort which social media can offer, links with others who cannot sleep for pain or worry.
- Chasing Honey
- The Winner of the 2016 Orion Book Award: “The Soul of an Octopus,” by Sy Montgomery, whilst not really a link for reading in itself, it links to a collection of great sounding books!
- Animal Folklore: Chasing Hares Through Stories, Myth, and Legend
- Come Away O Human Child
- Ten ways humans enrich nature
Offline, I’m always reading about 50 books at once…
- Jailbreaking the Goddess by Lasara Firefox Allen, which I am reading slowly and working with my house of helens with it
- Attatched: The New Science of Adult Attachment by Rachel Heller and Amir Levine
- The Smart Girl’s Guide to Polyamory by Dedeker Winston
- The Elements of Psychosynthesis by Will Parfitt
- If Women Rose Rooted by Sharon Blackie
- The Seasons by Nick Groom
- A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas
- Assassin’s Fate by Robin Hobb (which I am reading really slowly because I don’t want to finish the series…)
- The Mammoth Hunters by Jean M Auel
I’m always interested in what other people are reading so do let me know!