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Thursday Thrillers ~ Solid as a Rock

I’ve been doing rounds of #MedievalMonday with several Medieval Romance authors for a while and have been thinking of setting up a similar exchange on Thursdays featuring Paranormal Romance authors. 784 more words

Romantic Fiction

Pagan Parenting: The Christmas Conundrum

We’re thinking about starting to decorate our home for the Winter Solstice today.  My daughter is very excited but there’s a little confusion, too.  Excuse me while I just share some of my thoughts.  716 more words


The wild woman in Irish myth

Grief and anger as a stimulus for transformation

It seems that everyone knows about the wild men in Celtic mythology. The enigmatic Brittonic figure of Lailoken, who almost certainly, somewhere along the line, became conflated with Merlin, leading to the legend of Myrddin Wyllt, the wild man of the woods. 983 more words


Pumpkins, Pierogies, Megalithic Tombs & The Tale of Diarmuid agus Gráinne

Happy Halloween! Our pumpkin patch has been bare for a couple weeks already and seaweed has already been laid atop the soil in preparation for next spring’s planting. 592 more words

The Aran Islands

If Women Rose Rooted - Sharon Blackie

“A life changing journey from the wasteland of modern society to a place of nourishment and connection.

If Women Rose Rooted has been described as both transformative and essential.

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Keep the Bone Fires Burning

It’s October. The nights are drawing in, the days are a bit raw and the shops are full of pumpkins. You don a scarf and gloves to walk the dog and when you step outside, the air is laced with the gunpowder scent of bonfires… 613 more words

Books to Get You In the Halloween Spirit #10 - Tithe by Holly Black

Disney has ruined the integrity of Celtic mythology. People now believe that fairies are happy creatures that fly through the air spreading joy and happiness all the while looking cute as button. 168 more words