Since I work with books, I'm well aware that the only ones that are "free" are library books -- and, even then, the library had to pay to buy them, and one must pay for them if one loses them...
Yeah, they'll cost money whether they're Silver Ravenwolf or Starhawk. It's just that I found Starhawk to be a better use of my money. And, as said, I also sell books online, so when I sold my two Ravenwolf books, I got money for doing that.
Rommie's Ronin said:
Oh, that's been a problem for years now, actually -- for however long Llewellyn's been putting out those Wicca 101 books, and not more advanced ones for an older, more mature audience.
I understand how that happens. After all, I consider myself a mixture of Quaker, Zen, and pagan (of some sort, but not Wiccan). If that's invalid in someone's eyes, too bad. It suits *me*, and I'm long past tired of having to justify myself to others.
If they haven't been stolen either by superChristians who think that they're saving people from the occult by depriving them of books or by followers who don't want to return the book by a due date...
Mr. Synystyr said:
Agreed. There are plenty of Christians who aren't that well-educated about their faith, either.
Edit to fix a quote and to add this:
Here's a bit of wisdom for you, RR. Did you know that the word is spelled "pentagram"?
Edited by Norville, 16 July 2004 - 11:18 AM.