Your collection cant be that bad at least you don't have Solitary Witch: The Ultimate Book of Shadows for the New Generation!!!!!! by none other than the all mighty
Lady Silver Raven-Wolf
I find her planetary correspondences on foods and herbs pretty spot on. So I keep it for reference. I just cant stand it when she writes about construction paper and pipe cleaners and that certain powers were lost to us... that makes no sense.
In my defense when I bought it I was just a seeker........
Acck! Gold-digging Raving Loon.. okay, I never went that far. Well ...okay, maybe I did.. I once had "Pop goes the Witch" by Fiona Horn. Got rid of that quick though. It was in the bargain bin, and I was just restarting.
The Scott Cunningham stuff I like is his reference works, like the herbal books, or the oils and incenses, or the crystals.. that kinda stuff only.
As to the 'silly" I mentioned earlier, I just finished the two volumes of Oberon Zell Ravenheart's "Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard" and the "Companion", which are meant for kids. They have a decidedly wiccan theme throughout. While some of the stuff in there is almost laughable, (the Companion book more so) they do function as pretty good all around reference, particularly the Grimiore. Actually the Grimoire wasn't bad. I just don't like how they use the Harry Potter meme to grab kids and then introduce them to a religion. Harry Potter is about magic, it's not about religion, y'know?
When I think about it, I got all kinds of books in my collection, many of which I'm sure someone might think was "shit", but sometimes you gotta expand your horizons, and other times.. it's just entertainment.
I have everything from historical witchcraft, to spellbooks, to reference books (herbal, correspondences, crystals), to stuff on quantum consciousness and psi and the zero point field, to the Eddas, to all world mythology, to all forms of divination, to Alchemy, to .. well.. Lord of the Rings, books on Middle Earth, and all kinds of books on Harry Potter, including the seven volumes themselves and other wizardly fiction books. On top of that, I've got more ebooks and pdfs than I'll be able to read in a lifetime, some of rare grimoires, so I look at those as reference, if I should ever need 'em.
Better more than less!