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Guest Blog: Why Dragon's Guide to Slaying Virgins is Different by Isabelle Saint-Michael

Today I’m featuring a guest blog by author Isabelle Saint-Michael about her new book, Dragon’s Guide to Slaying Virgins, and why’s it so different than what you’d normally read. 735 more words

New Release

Hail Sunna!

An introduction for the sumbel I hosted on my property in rural Indiana for the solstice.

Sunna rises
Unheeded, unafraid.
She is.

Born in fire, she blooms. 382 more words

Shakespeare Saturday: The Queen Mab Speech

Greetings, fellow nerds, and welcome to our weekly Shakespeare fun-time! Yes, I know we’re cutting it close on it actually being Saturday, but whatever. Shakespeare is awesome no matter how close to Sunday this gets posted. 1,113 more words

Shakespeare In Community: “The Fairies’ Midwife” – Assignment #2

I loved the idea of making a Wordle of the Queen Mab speech from Romeo and Juliet, as I had heard about this as a teaching tool at SAA. 468 more words

Shakespeare In Community

Beltane: Night of Magic & Romance

FREE for 5 days! Starting today, you can get your hot hands on the ebook, Beltane: Night of Magic & Romance at Amazon.

This is a novella of romance and fantasy. 544 more words

Erotic

Act 1, Scene 4 Summary

Act 1

Scene 4

Romeo, Mercutio, and Benvolio gather up to get ready for the upcoming masquerade held by the Capulets. They are concerned on what might happen if they get caught, as they are Montague. 104 more words

April 11, 1777

On this date in Maryland Thoroughbred history, the following advertisement appeared in the Virginia Gazette and the American Farmer newspaper:

Remus, a beautiful high blooded dapple grey horse, full 15 1/2 hands high stands at my house to cover mares the ensuing season at 25s.

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Maryland Bred Horses