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Arrows

Arrows by Melissa Gorzelanczyk, Delacorte Press (January 26, 2016), ISBN: 9780553510447.

Being a teen undergod should be enough pressure, but when your dad’s Cupid and you’re on your first mission with two love arrows and you’ve already been a tad careless and clueless, it’s the perfect setup for disaster. 279 more words

Fiction

Consuming Flame.

I really like devotional anthologies. I like the variety of material and all the different experiences and opinions they contain. So this Yule I went ahead and brought myself a copy of Consuming Flame: A Devotional Anthology for Loki and His Family. 592 more words

Book Reviews

Dealing With Deities.

For Christmas, Wife brought me a book from my top 10 most wanted list called Dealing With Deities: Practical Polytheistic Theology.

I love Wife.

This book is fantastic for anyone who actually wants to think about their religion (or faith, if you prefer. 577 more words

Book Reviews

5 Small Ways to Celebrate Imbolc

Celebrating Pagan sabbats is a fun, meaningful way to mark the turning of the seasons. Following the Gregorian calendar, Imbolc is the first sabbat of the year (by the Celtic calendar in is Samhain which is in October). 872 more words

Folklore

Sisters of Light and Darkness- excerpt

Long ago, before the creation of man, before the creation of life, lived the ultimate source of power. In the beginning, a vast space called the “Deep” reigned. 1,524 more words

Writing

Female deity reigns

A predominant feature of Minoan culture was their affiliation with nature and the worship of a female goddess. Through their art, archaeologists have been able to identify the multiple roles the goddess represented. 653 more words

Review: Young-Hee and the Pullocho by Mark James Russell

Paperback, 256 pages
Published May 12th 2015 by Tuttle Publishing
Source: Publisher

Being an aficionado for Korean culture and food, when I saw the back copy of this middlegrade novel, I was super excited so here it is, reproduced for you: 703 more words

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