Originally Posted by 55Degrees
Both are really good authors, however I find Buckland tends to lean his heavily towards coven work. Cunningham writes more about solitary wicca but is rather outdated due to the time the books were written (though they are worth reading for laying the groundwork and understanding of wicca)
If you're looking at being solitary in your practice I would recommend The Real Witches Handbook by Kate West and both books by Rae Beth, The Hedge Witch and The Hedge Witch's Way. Both authors follow the wiccan beliefs but the books are written from a solitary perspective.
Thanks for the book tips. I am just starting to look into Wicca.