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**REVIEW** ~ A Labyrinth of Love and Roses (Touchstone Series #4), by Beth Barany

Sweet and Magical Romance

This is the perfect read for today, the first of May, when the ancient Celtic festival of Beltane is traditionally celebrated. Can Lili and Brett, the heroine and hero of this romance set aside their personal goals to come together and acknowledge their true destiny? 489 more words

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If Women Rose Rooted by Sharon Blackie

If Women Rose Rooted: The Power of Celtic Women is a powerful, profound, clear-sighted and relatable book by writer, story-weaver and psychologist Sharon Blackie. At its centre lies the Eco-Heroine’s Journey. 901 more words

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The Holly and Oak King

In Celtic mythology, there is a dark Holly King, disguised as a wren, and his twin, the light Oak King, disguised as a robin.

Every year at the Winter and Summer Solstices, these two fight for dominance. 331 more words

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The Morrigan Tea

Thanks to Beth for commissioning this tea, because it is quite complex and tasty!

Step out onto the battlefield with the Morrigan at your side. 62 more words

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Guest Post: author Linnea Tanner discusses the background to the APOLLO'S RAVEN book series

In today’s guest post I have the great pleasure of welcoming author Linnea Tanner to Marcia’s Book Talk. Linnea, author of the upcoming historical fantasy series APOLLO’S RAVEN, provides an examination of the history and mythology of the Celts which she undertook in preparation for writing her books, which makes for fascinating reading. 1,633 more words

Linnea Tanner reblogged this on Apollo's Raven and commented:

This is a reblog of my Guest Post: author Linnea Tanner discusses the background to the APOLLO’S RAVEN book series posted on Mar 21 Marcia’s Book Talk is a wonderful site by Marcia Carrington who features authors and provides insight on what inspires them to write their stories. Be sure to check her site out: http://marciasbooktalk.wordpress.com/ Enjoy.

Celts and Gundestrup Cauldron Drawings

I made these drawings on my visit to the ‘Celts’ exhibition at The British Museum in January. The Gundestrup Caudron, on loan from the Museum of Denmark, was the centrepiece of the show and I spent most of the afternoon drawing it. 73 more words

Guest Post: author Linnea Tanner discusses the background to the APOLLO'S RAVEN book series

In today’s guest post I have the great pleasure of welcoming author Linnea Tanner to Marcia’s Book Talk. Linnea, author of the upcoming historical fantasy series APOLLO’S RAVEN, provides an examination of the history and mythology of the Celts which she undertook in preparation for writing her books, which makes for fascinating reading. 1,633 more words