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A Writing Entry - Cat Napping

This was published in September 2011 in Pagan Edge for the theme of balance. This one is actually somewhat based in real-life, in that I often feel work takes precedent over everything else in my life. 676 more words


Summer in the Garden I: Henbane

It’s been a while since I last blogged about the garden. So I will dedicate this entry entirely to the Green and all news concerning herbs and plants… and wow, they have been prospering! 741 more words

Herbs & Seeds

Review: Prince of Fools

I received a copy of this book from Edelweiss and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

Well kids, that was fun. Prince of Fools… 534 more words

Literary Reviews

The Necromancer


The spirit world was blue, not black.  Azure clouds of mist tumbled past on the back of a wind that could be seen more than felt.  1,101 more words


Musings on The Bone Key

From my readings of his work, and about his life, M. R. James seems to have been a warm and gentle person, well-liked, with a joyous enthusiasm for his research, his writing, and other related interests (folklore and detective stories among them). 1,204 more words


Olfaction & Audition

“I smell dead people” just doesn’t have quite the same connotation as the famous line “I see dead people.” In the same way “I feel dead people” or “I taste dead people” could be an effective way to kill a conversation. 1,170 more words


A Writing Entry - Earthly Delight

So this short story was published in July 2012’s edition of Pagan Edge and the theme was food.  I have hinted at various fights with foliage in previous entries and some of that foliage is indeed of the edible variety.  483 more words