Random thought for the day: I seriously cannot recommend Red Land, Black Land by Barbara Mertz strongly enough. I have both the print and audiobook versions of this book. The audiobook is absolutely delightful. Mertz’s conversational tone lends itself extremely well to being read out loud. Temples, Tombs, and Heiroglyphs is equally as interesting to listen to. I love audiobooks for their usefulness on my long commutes, and being able to listen to Kemetic history as an audiobook is probably the best way to spend a long drive. I welcome any other suggestions for listening!
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I am a Kemetic Orthodox priest of Wepwawet and Sekhmet-Mut. I write about building relationships with gods, introspection, maintaining a balanced secular and spiritual life, and recovering from slumps. In my secular life I am a mental health and addictions counselor. View all posts by Sobeq