It's a big world, but it's getting smaller all the time.
I've been a Pagan since I was 11, but I don't ascribe to any one path. I'm a Pantheist and a perpetual student. Ask me if you want the particulars, but it's too much to go into exacting detail here.
I love writing as much as I love reading. You may check out my webnovel below and from there, you can reach my blog as well. Words are my drug of choice.
I'm a complete bibliophile as my SN implies. I collect books, particularly on the subjects of religion and mythology. If you've hit a brick wall in your own research (whatever it may be), drop me a line and I may be able to recommend something for you.
It's hard to say what my favorite books are. It really depends upon the subject. One of my favorite Pagan authors is Scott Cunningham. There aren't too many others who are that prolific and informative both. In terms of fiction, I'm a Mythos addict. I collect old "weird fiction" pulp authors like Lovecraft, RE Howard, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Carter and many others. I have so many bookshelves that I've had to stack them, one on top of another, to fit them all in my room. Other favorites include: Edgar Allen Poe, Mary Shelley, Mercedes Lackey, Charles de Lint...
I'm a pantheist and witch. I study everything. My practice has elements of Kemet, Asatru, Celtic, and Buddhist, with influences from many other cultures. I feel that as a Pagan, my religion comes from my physical heritage as well as my spiritual (past life) heritage. Ask me if you're interested, and I'll tell you about all ten lives that I recall (so far).
Reading, writing, drawing, music, movies...
Guillermo del Torro, Gandhi, Isaac Asimov, Aleister Crowley, Vlad Tepes, Alexander the Great
Bought Foundations but am saving it for my trip to Georgia this weekend for my Bday. I've read some of DeLint's stuff, Moonheart I think is the first name that comes to mind, Jack of Kinrowan is another but I can't remember if that one belongs to him or not.