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 Hellooo! MY name is Becca. For a couple months now I been interested in the craft. However, I don't know anyone who practices. I was wondering if anybody would mind being sort of a guide for me. I don't know what books to start reading, what to start practing, etc. I think a guide will help me focus more on what I need to learn. 

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Trust your intuition, go with what resonates, that’s the best guide I know. Good luck! Blessed be!
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With all of the literature out there covering the multitudes of paths it can be a little overwhelming trying to figure out where to start. Easiest thing to do is just pick a book and read it, if it doesn't seem like your bag of tea then move on to another author, rinse and repeat until you find one that you're satisfied with .
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What Argos said. Honestly the majority of those deciding to take up this study has been where you are. Because we are all different, and because there are so many different paths, the only thing you really can do is just keep reading until something sparks with you. I personally like Scott Cunningham for beginners because he's easy to read and the suggested activities in his books can be carried over into many other paths. I like Amber K books for the same reason, particularly her later ones with her partner. No matter which ones you follow, there are always many other ideas, many other points of view, many other paths and traditions to check out. You won't really know which ones appeal until you look and try.
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