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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


An Unlikely Intervention

“Oh, whoops, that shouldn’t be there,” Buster paused before a door in his dining room wall that shouldn’t exist. Except there it was: a small, red door planted between the stack of Halloween table runners selected to match his mothers’ original (purchased at Big Lots during a post-Halloween sale) and his ever-expanding, precariously leaning birdhouse collection. 1,777 more words

Urban Fantasy

Sketch Card Series Part II

I’m back!!! I know I was gone for ages, but between losing what I had planned on posting, family vacations, and trying to finish three classes worth of AP summer work in August, I was kind of a mess. 80 more words

Apple Lore

Close readers of this blog (there must be one or two) will have noticed that I’ve missed a week. But what a week that was! First we had… 345 more words



Mabon is the Celtic Festival on the Fall (Autumn) Equinox.

As you know, I like Celtic festivals. They’re good reminders to stop, take a look at my life, respect my life and the world around me, and breathe. 753 more words


#SundayReview: Song of the Sea

Had a bit of a rough week. Still going through all of that lovely personal bullshit that finally just made me snap. That’s how my anxiety works. 692 more words