book science

Has anyone ever thought about combining witchblr and studyblr?
Like a bos-bujo combo?
Math notes that show how many percent of dragons blood resin are in your new incense recipe. Or geometry practice on a pentagram.

Learning languages translating spells and biology researching the herbs/animals/ whatever you need for a ritual.
Chemistry would be learning, like idk, what makes your homemade bath bomb frizz or something like that.

Just a witchblr/studyblr crossover. Has this been done?

Here are my World Book Day picks in no specific order. Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five should be in here but I think it’s waddled off into the sunset without me:

  • Catherynne M. Valente - The Orphan’s Tales Vol 1: In The Night Garden
  • Robert Heinlein - Stranger In A Strange Land
  • Rainer Maria Rilke - The Sonnets To Orpheus
  • Arundhati Roy - The God of Small Things
  • Karel Čapek - War With the Newts
  • Frank Herbert - Dune
  • George Orwell  - 1984
  • Margaret Atwood - Oryx & Crake
  • Jack London - White Fang
  • Jane Lindskold - Changer

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