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« Reply #720: June 28, 2011, 01:44:25 pm »


The storybooks that my brother got for his 3rd birthday. I've fought my stepmum over one of them. Am I sad or what?  Tongue
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« Reply #721: June 28, 2011, 06:20:00 pm »


Akhenaten and Tutankhamun: Revolution and Restoration by David P. Silverman
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« Reply #722: June 30, 2011, 11:36:56 pm »


I am currently about halfway through The Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M. Auel, because I'm tired of certain feminist writers picking it apart as if it was non-fiction and had to read it for myself. It's also rekindled my interest in Neopagan totemism.

I also just started reading Delilah by India Edghill. I LOVED Wisdom's Daughter and so far I like this one even though I'm not that far in at the moment.

I think I might re-read the Chalion series by Lois McMaster Bujold, because it's just that awesome.

After that, it's all up in the air.
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« Reply #723: July 01, 2011, 12:39:57 pm »

I am currently about halfway through The Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M. Auel, because I'm tired of certain feminist writers picking it apart as if it was non-fiction and had to read it for myself. It's also rekindled my interest in Neopagan totemism.

I also just started reading Delilah by India Edghill. I LOVED Wisdom's Daughter and so far I like this one even though I'm not that far in at the moment.

I think I might re-read the Chalion series by Lois McMaster Bujold, because it's just that awesome.

After that, it's all up in the air.

Just getting back into the Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon.  That should keep me occupied for the near future.   Cheesy
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« Reply #724: July 01, 2011, 10:43:34 pm »

Just getting back into the Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon.  That should keep me occupied for the near future.   Cheesy

I am reading the Harry Potter series (Not that it has anything to do with my studies. I read it because it was what started me into reading all those years ago. So to that tune I bought the whole series. So that I could get back to it.) Not to mention it is to me an awesome series.

Other then that I am reading some various books on the subjects of Paganism / Druidry(Specifically)
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« Reply #725: July 02, 2011, 02:27:01 am »

Someone had to start this thread after the move; I thought I'd go ahead and do it.  Smiley  What are you reading, how is it, and would you recommend it?

Liber Novus, looks nice on the coffee table as well. First half is scans of the original, in german or something, and the rest is english translation. Its Carl Jung writing about his experiences in trying to discover about truth seemingly from Elijah and Salome.
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« Reply #726: July 02, 2011, 11:47:31 am »


Quaternary Magmatism in the Cascades-Geologic Perspectives, a USGS professional paper that shows the geologic history of the Cascade Mountains. This one is 136 pages out of the ream of papers sitting on my desk that I need to read for my internship.

For 'fun' I'm reading Agents of Chaos by Stephen L. Harris which is actually another geological book, as well as Nordic Gods and Heroes by Padraic Colum.

Yeah..... I have strange reading habits...
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« Reply #727: July 02, 2011, 07:44:04 pm »

Quaternary Magmatism in the Cascades-Geologic Perspectives, a USGS professional paper that shows the geologic history of the Cascade Mountains. This one is 136 pages out of the ream of papers sitting on my desk that I need to read for my internship.

For 'fun' I'm reading Agents of Chaos by Stephen L. Harris which is actually another geological book, as well as Nordic Gods and Heroes by Padraic Colum.

Yeah..... I have strange reading habits...

I live near the Cascade foothills, I love the wackadoo geology around here Smiley
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« Reply #728: July 02, 2011, 10:45:33 pm »

I live near the Cascade foothills, I love the wackadoo geology around here Smiley

I'm smack dab in the middle of the Willamette Valley, about 6 or so hours south of you. I've been intrigued by the geology around here since I was a kid, so when I decided to go back to school an Earth Science degree seemed right up my alley. The math is going to kill this old brain of mine though!
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« Reply #729: July 02, 2011, 10:55:31 pm »

I'm smack dab in the middle of the Willamette Valley, about 6 or so hours south of you. I've been intrigued by the geology around here since I was a kid, so when I decided to go back to school an Earth Science degree seemed right up my alley. The math is going to kill this old brain of mine though!

Heh, I feel you, I was originally shooting for an environmental science degree from UW but my brain melted during Pre-Calculus at my community college so a combination of HOLY CRAP at the course load (three quarters of physics!) and health issues lead me to pursue a B.S. in environmental policy and management from Kaplan online.  I just hope its worth the paper its printed on.

I just learned the other day that the portion of the hill I live on isn't clay as I've always thought -every garden we have that grows anything worthwhile is made up of soil that was brought in or composted - but rather the bottom of an ice age lake bed/silt. Weird.
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