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Gospel of Loki by Joanne M Harris

Just a quick post on this one:  It’s basically a fairly straight retelling of Norse myths, but with Loki as a cocky teenager.  The underlying myths are fun, so there is a certain amount of enjoyment in reading them again, but I can’t really get past Asgard as the “popular crowd” or Fenris as a stroppy teenage son.  111 more words

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Voyages of Aric The Viking

Here is my confirmed art show schedule for 2017. There are a few shows that have yet to complete their jurying process, so I will add to this schedule over the course of the summer as announcements are made. 202 more words

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Norse - The Divine Light of A New Sun

 Norse was easily the band that showed me how dynamic Australia’s metal scene was when I was still a budding metalhead a few years ago. Their last record of “Pest” left a good impression and many including myself have been eagerly awaiting a follow-up. 427 more words

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Online Ostara / Spring Equinox Ritual by Spirit's Edge Shamonial Temple

The Spirit’s Edge Shamonial Temple had its in-person Ostara / Spring Equinox Ritual and Salon on Sat., March 25, 2017. While this online version is a greatly pared down version of our in-person ritual, it is powerful in its own right and will connect you with the greater workings of our Temple. 2,509 more words

TBR - Prison Made of Mirrors by Jennifer Loring

Aithne is a warrior kidnapped from her homeland during a Viking invasion and forced to marry her captor. Shortly before the raid that claims his life, she becomes pregnant with a child whom she believes cursed.

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Guest Blog: The tale of Beowulf, Is it myth? legend? history? by C. R. May author of the Sword of Woden series.

As part of my author guest blog series I am proud to present another guest blog spot. C R May the author of the Sword of Woden series  1,833 more words

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Scrappy outsider saves the day

Arthur is an unusual boy.  He collects odd little bits, explores the forest, and helps end tiny wars between goblins and fairies.  He’s not anyone’s first choice to go talk to Thor.  305 more words

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