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On Worldviews and Divinity

I’m excited to kick off my new blog with a Celtic Round Table response! This post combines prompt 2, prompt 3, and prompt 4… 803 more words

Cosmogony

Irish Mythology & Ancient Elves: Interpreting ‘Dragon Age’ Lore

The fun thing about interpretation is that, even if the writers didn’t intend to convey something, it can still be gleaned by someone else. We all like to see our experiences reflected in the popular culture we consume, and my long-standing adoration with  1,499 more words

Analysis

Due parole sul testo: Menhir tra leggenda e fantasia

Scrivere a volte è un po’ mentire.

Raccontiamo cose mai successe di un mondo che non esiste, o anche quando è il mondo reale, non lo è mai fino in fondo. 488 more words

Fantasy

The Embers of Light Blog Tour Guest Posts

The Embers of Light Blog tour is happening now and I wanted to share the three guest posts I wrote for the tour.

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Writing

Police Called To Annual Making Of St. Brigid's Crosses At Brackaville

A police spokesman has confirmed tensions may still be simmering today after they were called to the Brackaville club last night to monitor their annual making of St Brigid’s Crosses which ‘ 284 more words

GAA

It's RELEASE DAY FOR ME! THE EMBERS OF LIGHT IS HERE!

Not ONLY is today release day for The Embers of Light, but it’s also the one year anniversary of the release of The Darkness of Light… 332 more words

Writing

The Fae.

Where did the Fae in the Sword of Air come from? Well, fairy comes from the old French word faerie. These supernatural beings have been around in books a lot longer than you might first expect with the earliest form being found loosely in the mythical beings in Greek mythology –  nymphs, satyrs and sileni. 825 more words

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