It’s a busy few weeks. First, I went away for a long weekend to Somerset where we almost got snowed in and visited the tomb of King Arthur at the world-famous Glastonbury Abbey. 585 more words
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I have a confession to make: there are books on the shelves of my home that I’ve meant to read for years. Most of them are works that sounded interesting when I bought them from thrift shops or library community bookshops, yet then got so busy with other things that they wound up tucked away or forgotten. 270 more words
I’d thought I’d get my advertisement out of the way first.
This was one of those days that could have been really depressing, but I tried hard to keep it from getting that way. 602 more words
Part One – Welcome.
Posting on Instagram one dull January day I came across a post for The Camelot Castle Hotel, Tintagel. Now, Cornwall with its mystic legends & wild landscape has always held a fascination for me & this Neo-Norman Style hotel, standing in a prominent clifftop location, the Atlantic Ocean crashing far below, conjured up visions of Manderly. 707 more words
Being of old Gaelic descent, it is difficult for me not to wonder if the Arthurian legends were not, in truth, the historical reality of some brave, noble, wild Celtic warriors who once roamed the great isle formerly known as… 746 more words
The Ecstatic Storyteller
When I dreamed the recurring dream for the third time, I knew it was no ordinary dream. The manifestations of my inner eye took the form of a medieval castle with fortified walls that went all around the raised mound of earth. 1,247 more words