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Morgan le Fay: Evil Queen or Loving Sister? (Part 2)

Last week, we looked at the infamous “evil queen” of Arthurian literature, Morgan le Fay, and found that she’s too complicated of a character to warrant the stigma of pure evil. 1,247 more words

Literature

The Snake and the Mirror

Duel of Witches

Surveillance duty, Ceridwen decided, was tremendously dull.

The other witches of the gathering, Huldra, Hecate, and the rest of the malevolent brood, had oh so kindly decided that Ceridwen would be in charge of watching over the fledgling witch-girl Tegwen due to their relatively close proximity. 2,011 more words

Serial

The Prologue to Arthur's Bosom: The Children of Arthur, Book Five

Here’s a taste of the newest and final book in the Children of Arthur series – the Prologue. You can purchase Arthur’s Bosom at www.ChildrenofArthur.com… 1,897 more words

Arthurian Books

The Legend of Mabrien

The Bibliotheque Universelle des Romans mentions a MS of Mabrien in verse, but no trace of such a romance has been found. The surviving versions of the legend of Mabrien, grandson of Renaud of Montauban, are as follows: 1,603 more words

Carolingian Legend

The Snake and the Mirror

Witch’s Gambit

The sky wept rain in great sheets as grey clouds rolled across the sky. At a place where the lashing seas met the high cliffs there seemed to be no peaceful spot to take refuge from the storm and waves and danger of falling rocks. 1,896 more words

Serial

The Minotaur, Asterion

Believe it or not, but many creatures in mythology are real. After all, they all had to originate from somewhere. Though sometimes it can be very difficult assisting people to understand that fairies are real, they are in fact, of another realm. 860 more words

Dark Energies

Morgan le Fay...short story

“Nice outfit,” said Gwen, looking at the beautiful woman in the gauzy pants and veils.

“Why?  Why did you tell him of my plan?” hissed Morgan.   478 more words

Short Stories