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Celtic Mythology: Devorgilla

Dervorgilla came from Norway and was a stranger in Ireland. She had listened to so many tales about Cú Chulainn that she decided he would have to be her only love. 444 more words

Irish History

Pobull Fhinn, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Pobull Fhinn is a stone circle on the Isle of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides. The modern standard spelling would be “Poball Fhinn” – Fionn’s people. 334 more words

Irish Mythology

Don’t Be Such a Boar

After receiving an email from a reader interested in the mythology surrounding bears, I remembered my own obsession with the boar. This was written some time ago, and one day will hopefully be expanded for a small illustrated book. 3,165 more words

Blog

the child thief -- brom

Wow. I’m sorry to the two (probably more like zero, lol) people who read my reviews. I’ve been super busy lately with work and attempting to have a social life, also I was diagnosed with Shingles, so that was great. 596 more words

Literature

Cover Reveal, Title Reveal and Pub Date Announcement

As you all know (or maybe not) I’ve been working on my next YA novel. Right now we are working on the finishing touches, but I am able to reveal the good stuff to you. 141 more words

Anouncement-ish Post

An Encounter.

As Aillil turned page after page of the old fables his grandfather had left him, he found himself entranced by the tales of Branwen, Cuchulainn, Tuatha de Danann, Arthur and his knights. 481 more words

Writing

The Dream Of Maxen: A Celtic Myth Of "The Mabinogion"

The Mabinigion is a name given to a collection of medieval Welsh tales drawn from the rich mythology of Celtic Britain.  The earliest manuscripts date from around 1325, but it is certain that the tales on which they were based have roots that go back centuries before this time to an age in which Welsh and Roman elements blended to form a unique oral tradition.  1,290 more words

Literature