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Thorn's Point

The worlds of human and fae are separated for a reason. One faery’s act of kindness is another faery’s act of betrayal. Tadgh faces the consequences for what happened in… 3,513 more words



I am fascinated by what values my Irish ancestors saw as worthy of mythologizing. After examining these qualities, I believe our past may offer an insight into how we might behave in the future. 1,110 more words



Mist seeps through my memory and the strangled
tunes of the dead rattle their breaking bones
treasure hoard or funeral pyre, I sit on skulls… 86 more words




Banshee is defined as a fairy which is an omen of death in Ireland mythology. In Ireland, many families have their own Banshees. A Banshee’s cry predicts the death of a family member. 103 more words

World Myths

The Mabinogion Tetralogy by Evangeline Walton

Title: The Mabinogion Tetralogy
Authors: Anonymous, Evangeline Walton (translator), Betty Ballantine (Introduction)
Date Added: August 24, 2014
Date Started: July 31, 2016
Date Finished: May 6, 2017… 1,607 more words


Thorn Kept

In Trial by Song, Jack Sorley stumbles through a portal into Faerie where a destiny waits for him that he never could have imagined. But long before Jack embarks on his harrowing journey, his father, Tadgh makes a discovery that sets everything in motion. 3,086 more words


The War of Oak and Holly

Part of my Tale Before the Trial series.

The world of Faerie is plunged into even greater turmoil.


Winterthorn stepped over the decapitated remains of a banshee and spied the figure kneeling beside the dead king. 2,058 more words