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Quest of Avalon: Part VI

Greetings milords and miladies!

Once again, for the thousandth time, I crave thy pardon for the lengthy wait! Life as a bard has been taxing, and I have been forced to pick up my lyre to take on another job, as a minstrel, in order to secure my daily meal of pottage! 733 more words

Morgan Le Fay

The Mists of Avalon

There is no such thing as a true tale. Truth has many faces and the truth is like to the old road to Avalon; it depends on your own will, and your own thoughts, whither the road will take you.

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Camelot's Chameleon.

Another GREAT request from a HW Follower…

Morgan le Fay, also known as Morgana, Morgain, Morgant and Morgue is a powerful fictitious character that came into legend through the tales of King Arthur and the Round Table. 140 more words

The Sword and Scabbard: Symbols to Live By

I have redesigned my website/blog to suit the nature of my books and provide more goodies to look at and listen to, as well as, greater ease to navigate.   316 more words

King Arthur

Freshly Nibbled Update

Hello! Pencil Nibbler has a new poem for you! It’s called The Remedy for Verboseness. If you’ve ever had to deal with verbose people, well, this one is for you! 63 more words

The Life Of Mildred

Modern Day Gods: The Morrigan

The Morrígan (Irish Mythology):
She is the goddess of battle, strife, and sovereignty. Most of the time the goddess appears in the form of a crow or many that form a woman’s body but also takes the forms of an eel, a wolf and a cow and is one of the daughters of Ernmas, granddaughter of Nuada. 456 more words

The Sandman

Quest of Avalon: Part V

Greetings, milord and milady!

Once again, it seems that I have to beg for thy pardon, for the agonisingly slow update!

If you would like to catch up on the latest of Morgan Le Fay’s tale, you may do so in… 771 more words