In my never ending quest for the Zen of longbow perfection, and the ability to hit a paper plate 7x7 times with regularity, I supplement my practice sessions with reading. I just ordered, and frankly can not finish reading "Instinctive Archery Insights" by Jay Kidell, Ph.D. The book is 127 pages and the only thing I got out of it was an understanding of what the author called the shooting process: stance / draw / anchor / aim / release / follow-through. Disapointing to a novice archer like me who has a lot to learn about this sport and has nowhre to turn. Does anyon know of any good books to read concerning traditional archery? Hunting, technique, folk-lore are all of interest to me so feel free to make any reccomendations.