Challenges for 2011

I was thinking about what challenges to join in 2011. Not too many since I am not very good at sticking to things.

Apart from my own Steampunk Challenge I am considering the One, Two Theme Challenge. It sounds like a fun idea to explore certain topics, I just have to come with a few that I WANT to explore. One of them will definitely be Wicca. I already have a few books at home about it, but never really got into them. The other topics I still need to think about.

Is anybody else joining this challenge? If so, what topics are you choosing?

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  1. That’s interesting, Wicca! I would never think of something like that.

    I will join the challenge, especially after I heard that you can combine it with others. So, it’s the One, Two, Theme Challenge, and the Steampunk challenge and a few more. You see, I wasn’t going to do any next year… {fail}

    My post on challenges, probably tomorrow.
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  2. I’m also doing the Steampunk challenge in 2011. While I read a lot of science fiction, I rarely read Steampunk. Have you read Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshippers and Other Pagans in America yet. I picked this book up on a recommendation and it’s on my TBR list.

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    • The book sounds good. However, if I will read a book that focuses on a specific geographic location I’d probably go for a European one, since that is where I live.
      Can’t wait to hear what you think about it though, I am sure it is going to be an interesting read.

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  3. Try Wicca for the Solitary Practitioner by Cunningham, good introductory book. Also, Christopher Penczak’s books are quite good. Oh, and The Circle Within by Sylvan was always one of my favorites =)
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  4. I just finalised my 2011 challenges yesterday too. I have a feeling I may be overreaching on my first year but oh well. That’s part of the learning curve.

    On your Wicca themed challenge, you could check out http://www.witchvox.com for some book recommendations. And then Amazon for more general opinions. We all have our own favourites for our own reasons. I love the older books written in the 60’s (ish) that reflect the feminist movement. I find it interesting to see the context within which these movements originated.

    Poppy.
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    • Seems there are quite a few fellow bloggers out there who know a lot about Wicca. Poppy, I will have a look at that site for certain. Thanks.

      I had a look at your blog and saw that you also joined the Gothic reading challenge. I think I will add that one, too, at the lowest level.

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