This is one of the first books I picked up to learn about Wiccan spirituality. It gives great advice for small spaced rooms, solitary rituals, and how to honor the gods alone.
Amongst Wiccans today, Raymond Buckland needs no introduction, as he can fairly be called "the Father of modern Witchcraft in America". He is the author of many books, this one turning his attention to the situation of the solitary Wiccan, that is: one who is not a member of any coven. He is careful to point out that the path of the solitary Witch is far older than that of coven Witches, and it is one that is both justifiable and fully legitimate. Thus the book is affirming and thoughtfully helpful in the various facets of Wiccan practice that are presented for the Solitary. I particularly enjoyed his debunking of a number of supposed Wiccan "dogmas" and his generally liberating "take" on the Faith and Practice. Given his background in the Garderian Tradition of Wicca(and his age), his flexible approach here was very refreshing. There are also several very good appendices and a bibliography to take the reader further and deeper into the Craft. With his reputation, and the book's quality, this volume by Buckland should be read by every solitary Wiccan!