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Runen - Cassandra Eason

This is one of my first books about runes and covers specifically the Anglo Saxon runes (not the Elder Futhark, which is most common) in combination with the feminine divine 830 more words

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the bookshelf: Mental Illness x YA Fiction part one

In honor of May being mental health awareness month, here is a selection of YA books including mental illness. Reading such books provides perspective and solidarity. 1,545 more words

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"we're all performing our bruises" -- on VIRGIN by analicia sotelo

It’s eighty-two degrees and I sit on sun drenched concrete, hot pink book in hand, pebble- small crimson strawberries staining my left hand and right knee.  943 more words

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the bookshelf: adventures in blue, white, and pink

Happy June! It’s Pride month, and the LGBTQ+ rights movement was rooted by trans women of color. This is why I am choosing to first create a book list focusing on trans characters and authors, rather than full LGBTQ+ representation. 2,291 more words

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the bookshelf: #MeToo: YA x sexual assault

On October 15th, actress Alyssa Milano tweeted a note that read “Suggested by a friend: If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote “Me too” as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem. 1,158 more words

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The little book of Astrology

The little book of Astrology is a lovely little book that really helped spark my interest in Astrology further than it already had! I always found it interesting to look up my daily horoscope, read about zodiac signs etc. 655 more words

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The Bookshelf: "Why Do Christians Shoot Their Wounded?", by Dwight Carlson

The relationship between body, mind and soul is one of the most complicated and least understood in the modern world. One reason is that while the three certainly seem distinguishable (at least to those who believe we have a soul) the boundaries are extremely hazy. 478 more words

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