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Wild Wood

The meltwater channel that joins Cwm yr Egwlys to Pwllgwaelod is now a wild wood of willow and alder. In spite of the wide, wheelchair accessible path that follows the valley and offers coastal path walkers an easy shortcut across the neck that joins Dinas Head to the mainland, I find this a disturbing place. 175 more words

Dinas Cross

Equinox Magic in the Woods


Equinox was a magical day, spent in the beautiful woodland around Lough Meelagh, about three miles from Bealtaine Cottage.

Equinox is always a special time, with day and night perfectly in balance, a time to enjoy the last long stretch of day before time moves inexorably towards the dark. 167 more words


Swords And Leather!

Meanwhile I´m preparing actual new posts I will republish some of the band interviews I did back in very end of the 90´s… Here is a one from Absu. Enjoy!

What Are You Reading?

It’s Friday again…LATE Friday, but still…it’s Friday, and Friday is What Are You Reading Day. Me, I’m about half way finished with Book 2 of The Raven Cycle, … 133 more words

Urban Fantasy

Would You Go for a Pint With Your Ancestors?

Another ancient bog body has been accidentally uncovered this week. No doubt he will become known as “Rossan Man” after the Co. Meath bog in which he was found and join the illustrious list of similarly named Irish bog men: Moydrum Man, Old Croghan Man, Clonycavan Man and Cashel Man… 2,090 more words


REVIEW of *Primary Fault* ~ Book #1 in The Schattenreich Series, by Sharon Kae Reamer

A Suspenseful Blend of Science, Romance and the Supernatural!

Book Blurb

Caitlin Schwarzbach has left home. For good.

Separated from her beloved brother Gus at age seven, Caitlin exchanges small-town Texas for Cologne, Germany to be with him. 855 more words



Bough: the shoulder that divides a body into a trunk and arms, applicable to men, trees and ships. A bough of insufficient strength to branch (or limb) is a bulge, or a bunch (as in bunched-up muscles), or a burgeoning effort. 74 more words