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To Post or not to Post?

I have some questions for my frequent readers (please be honest – telling me what you think I want to hear will really not be helpful): 104 more words


The Greek Myths:  Neat, but not so Unusual

I grew up on the Greek myths, starting with Gaea and reading all the way through Odysseus’ long trip home. They were so rich, and had so many stories, that they were the source of endless hours of entertainment. 520 more words


Celtic Tarot Cards Meaning from Nature

Introduction D.N. Frost

It is with great pleasure that I introduce D.N. Frost, an exciting fantasy author with a passion for Celtic mythology and traditions. She has graciously provided a guest post about the rich symbolism of nature used in Tarot cards.  779 more words

Celtic Culture

Teen Review: Lives of Magic

Review by local teen Kathy Rieb:

Lives of Magic is a YA fantasy novel written by Lucy Leiderman that incorporates elements of Celtic mythology into the modern world. 576 more words



I hear you, Fiacha…
Your swelling cries,
Your insistent clicks,
Cawing in frustration…
I’m truly sorry-
My heart speaks raven,
Though my tongue cannot…

~Antanya… 23 more words


B is for the Book of Invasions

The Lebor Gabála Érenn or Book of Invasions is a collection of poems and prose that claims to be an ancient history of Ireland. The earliest version was compiled in the 11th century by medieval Irish scholars. 963 more words

A To Z Challenge


Strong and Rare and Irish.


That’s how Shay Doyle likes her whiskey. And men. As Healer to a clan of immortal Celtic warriors living in modern-day Colorado, she has been gifted with such a man: Bannerman “Bann” Boru. 203 more words