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Book Review - Camelot by Giles Kristian - historical fiction

Here’s the blurb:

‘Britain is a land riven by anarchy, slaughter, famine, filth and darkness. Its armies are destroyed, its heroes dead, or missing. Arthur and Lancelot fell in the last great battle and Merlin has not been these past ten years. 529 more words

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Trailer Tuesday: "The Green Knight"

The Green Knight

Ever since I read The Once and Future King by T.H. White I’ve loved Arthurian stories. In fact, that will always be my Arthurian story book. 203 more words

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Book Review - Camelot by Giles Kristian - historical fiction

Here’s the blurb:

‘Britain is a land riven by anarchy, slaughter, famine, filth and darkness. Its armies are destroyed, its heroes dead, or missing. Arthur and Lancelot fell in the last great battle and Merlin has not been these past ten years. 557 more words

Writing

From Fay to Foe: Morgana Pendragon from BBC's Merlin

What is the difference between good and evil? The answer seems almost simple. What brings happiness and prosperity, and is done not only for your own benefit, but also for the betterment of others surely has to be good. 894 more words

Ancient Myths

Book Review of "The Guinevere Deception" by Kiersten White (Spoiler Free)

The Guinevere Deception by Kiersten White is a young adult, female-character-driven retelling of the Arthurian legends. It follows Queen Guinevere, who is secretly a changeling, as she searches for the magical threats against Camelot and tries to learn how to be Arthur’s wife and queen. 308 more words

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New Teaser + Poster Spotlight: A24's The Green Knight

It’s not every week I do a post about an upcoming movie. But hey, after Oscars wrapped this past weekend, I’m just looking forward what’s in store this year. 564 more words

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Raven Conspiracy is LIVE!

Raven Conspiracy is now available!

Bringing together the stories Morrighan and Le Fay, it’s the perfect way to read both before Pendragon comes out and finishes the series. 141 more words

Stacey Jaine McIntosh