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Some Thoughts of Living with Chronic Pain + Andrew Lang's Myth, Ritual, and Religion

How do you live and cope with chronic pain and illness?

I haven’t quite figured it out myself yet what that question exactly means to me and exactly how I do it beyond taking things one day, one thing at a time because who knows how I’d be feeling later in the day compared to how I feel in the morning. 651 more words


St. George for England - Added Verses

Le Sieur de Bayard held a bridge and never once did shirk.
Don John of Austria, he thumped and thrashed the Turk.
St. Michael and St. 512 more words


"it's possible." {your own personal fairy godmother.}

fairy godmothers can be working for the heroines or their conniving adversaries.

they can be evil, or hold a grudge and take it out on the child. 1,216 more words

Faerie Tale Feet

Shameless Plug: Aucassin and Nicolette

My latest Kelmscott-style reprint from Rossignol Books is now available! Aucassin and Nicolette, as translated by Andrew Lang. Aucassin and Nicolette is from Old French, where it was written sometime in the 1100’s or 1200’s. 179 more words


Fantasy Reads - `The Chronicles of Pantouflia'

As the Scots are so good at celebrating the arrival of New Year, I’m choosing a Scottish author for my first recommended Fantasy Read of 2017. 1,445 more words

Book Reviews

Tales From The Arabian Nights

Another novel with compilations of amazing short stories but I find this different from the others. Each story did not end with a flat one but it always gives the readers to keep on moving through the book as there are chances for the next story to be related and if it is not then you would not regret reading it at all. 274 more words