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Song of the day (14th August) - Loreena MCKennitt - "The Lady Of Shalott".

This song from Loreena MCKennit, as you can probably guess, tells the story of Elaine of Astolat, from the Arthurian legend. Well, moreover, it’s the musical adaptation of the whole poem “The Lady Of Shalott” by Alfred Tennyson. 84 more words

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Cursed, by Thomas Wheeler, Illustrated by Frank Miller ~ 3.0 Stars

Thanks to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, for providing an eARC in exchange for an honest review.

416 Pages

Release Date: October 1st, 2019… 570 more words

Le Fay is LIVE

I just hit publish on the kindle version of my short story Le Fay! It’s the prequel to Morrighan, which I first published almost a year ago as an eBook and later in paperback. 208 more words

Stacey Jaine McIntosh

Author Interview: The Sons of Constance

Greetings folks. I’m in the middle of writing Book 4 of the series, which will cover Arthur’s childhood until he pulls the sword from the stone. 168 more words

King Arthur

The cost of revenge

My novel, Riven: When Storms Collide, begins with the elf Tinachore returning to Ceridwen the cup that had been stolen from her. In the years it was lost, her anger festered. 138 more words

Celtic Mythology

The Once and Future King

When I first read The Once and Future King, I cried allot! “I laughed, I cried, it moved me, Bob!” But seriously – I did indeed laugh and cry, and most of the time, my chest constricted and tightened and heaved with pain, joy, and beauty, and as much as I wanted to keep reading, I often had to put it down just so I could breathe. 477 more words

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Le Fay to be Released August 9th

Yes! I have a release date! Le Fay is to be released on August 9th!

I have agonized over this for a while, and finally settled on a release date… one that I think is fair and gives me time to polish Le Fay into something great. 187 more words

Stacey Jaine McIntosh