It’s been rather awhile, but I thought this was a tradition worth revisiting – especially when I see how much my reading material has changed since 2012!
An Extraordinary Land by Peter Hayden and Rob Morris – a visually stunning and highly readable discussion of aspects of New Zealand’s odd natural history. My land is made of ancient islands filled with odd plants, odder birds and even odder insects… This book has interesting themed chapters that have made me think a lot 🙂
The Path of Druidry by Penny Billington – I’m reading this between my ‘official’ Bardic lessons. It offers a useful introduction to Druidry and useful tips for deepening your practice for those already on this path. Once again, I have plenty to actively ponder.
The Vegucation of Robin by Robin Quivers – an introduction to eating a veg based diet. While Ms Quivers is vegan, I’m not sure I’ll go that far myself. That said, eating mainly veg seems sensible on many levels and is likely more cost-effective than meat-based diet! Again, this has got me thinking, which is a good thing.