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underlilith wrote:Thank you very much everyone. Expecially you Lotus!
Sorry everybody, but she did hit everyone on my list lol.
Max wrote:Hi. In my opinion I think you should grab a general book (breadth rather than depth) then see what takes your fancy from there. Sometimes it's difficult to know where to start with it all!
I wondered where I recognised the name, so I checked and remembered that a Scott Cunningham book was lent to me years and years ago back in my teens by a friend. I remember it being very engaging, informative and easy to read. Especially good if you want to recall all the basics (Like I said, as I remember it). The only book on this subject I've ever owned is a Susan Bowes book given as a gift. I don't really know much about her but it is beautiful to look at, and she tried to cram so much information into less than 200 pages! Can't comment on the others books yet as I am still in my centuries-old books phase. Enjoy the learning, it's very exciting
Max wrote:(I should have guessed that but I'm new and still getting used to recognising people on the forum.) As you are advanced I would advise not Cunningham then. You'll have to report back on the books you read, tell us how you get on. x
underlilith wrote:Also, I know Buckland is kind of main-stream so i really wasn't sure if he was any good or not, any comments?
Another author which i wanted to check is Scott Cuningham. ... Is he any good or is he trash?
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