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My very own Pagan Festival of Magic and Wonder

As the nights draw in and the temperature bitters, life moves from green to burnt red falling around boots heavy with rain soaked soil. Early morning commuters hurry to lessen the stretch between buses and trains, car parks and offices, breathing in the dampened air with faces tortured by grim images of a season of darkness and cold that approaches them. 1,311 more words

Review: Henge by Realm Lovejoy

Henge by Realm Lovejoy

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

***Disclaimer: I received a free copy in exchange for a review.***

Modern-day Camelot. Where knights no longer carry swords. 583 more words

New Release

Five Best King Arthur Movie Adaptations

Charlie Hunnam from the popular Sons of Anarchy and Pacific Rim has officially been cast in his next sure-to-be-hit role: King Arthur. Guy Ritchie is out to create the next adaptation of the well-known legend. 544 more words

Entertainment

Harvesting Ideas by Doug Goodman

Seven more days and NaNoWriMo comes to an end. What a rush. Will you be a winner? Struggling to get those final ideas down? Searching for another doze of motivation to jump that final leap? 763 more words

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Shadow Over Avalon only 99c for a limited time.

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Beyond the mists of time, a dying warrior binds his soul to his sword with an oath to protect his people. His shade rides with the Wild Hunt while he waits for the call of greatest need, but when it comes, he doesn’t know it is a lie. 151 more words

Djimon Hounsou joins King Arthur

Principle casting on Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur appears to be nearly complete today as Variety reports that Djimon Hounsou has signed on to play the story’s Merlin-equivalent opposite Charlie Hunnam’s Arthur, Astrid Berges-Frisbey’s Guinevere and (not quite confirmed) Jude Law’s unnamed villain. 165 more words

Movies

Flashback Friday-Badass Keira Knightley-Princess Of Thieves (2001) and King Arthur (2004)

Keira Knightley is part of a new generation of British actresses. She has the refinement and manners that non Brits assume all British people have. But she is also a performer who is moving beyond the BBC/PBS/Masterpiece type of roles that usually defines the career of a British actor or actress. 133 more words

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