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The Promethians

They’re a lot like us.  The Promethians.  That’s not what they call themselves, but I could never really pronounce (or spell) the proper word, so I call them the Promethians.  2,376 more words


Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan

I’ve read the first three books of this series and am waiting a bit to read the fourth book so it’s closer to the October release date of the fifth book.   335 more words

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Birth of the Goddess Linocut

In keeping with prints on the theme of birth, here’s a mythological scene I hand carved and hand printed in 1974. I did several prints at the time on imagined goddesses. 25 more words

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Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan

Okay, so I probably shouldn’t lump them all together, but I read them back-to-back-to-back, so I’m going to (And I’m late to the game – I know, these are not new, but they are new to me).   261 more words

Young Adult

The Lost Sun by Tessa Gratton

This book sounded so interesting when I read the synopsis, but no matter how hard I tried I couldn’t get into it. I kept waiting. For it to grab me by the throat and pull me in, but it never did. 217 more words


The Therapy of Gardening

In response to my earlier post, “Celebrating Spring with Rumi (and Pictures),” I received today the most likes and new followers for my young blog in any one day. 1,235 more words

Post a Pic: Afallach

Afallach was the son of Nodens, God of Healing. He was one of the Celtic gods of the Underworld. He ruled Avalon where he lived with his daughter, Modron, and her nine sisters. 101 more words

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