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Book Review:The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

I didn’t know what I was getting myself in to when I ordered The Ocean at the end of the lane, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I loved it. 932 more words


Buried Treasure

Who doesn’t love a tale of buried treasure?

This week Carnoustie residents have been enjoying a ‘behind the scenes’ look at the site of the Late Bronze Age settlement recently discovered in the town. 488 more words

The Moirai were the daughters of Nyx or night, but it is also said that they are the children of Zeus, the King of the Gods, and also the God of the Sky, and Themis, the Goddess of Justice.

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Celtic Mythology

The Fomorian Giants

The Fomorian Giants are the great race that plagued successive generations of settlers or would be conquerors in prehistoric Ireland. Accounts differ, wildly, but what most have in common was that they were giant, often misshapen, and fond of the sea.The Irish Celts, from where this legend sprang, claimed to be the fifth distinct people to occupy the emerald isle. 640 more words


Róisín & Other Poems :

Just released in Paperback & E-Reader Kindle :

Contents :

01.    RÓISÍN
05.    POOR WEE EFFIE MCGAEL… 67 more words

The Sons of Thestian by M.E. Vaughan (The Harmatia Cycle Book One)

Original Title: The Sons of Thestian

Year Published: 2016

Published by: Mag Mell Publishing

Number of Pages: 550

First Sentence: Run, damn you, run!” 717 more words

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