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Review: Spider's Web by Robert J. Franks

I had the great fortune to be able to read this book. I you enjoy mythology and folklore concerning the Tuatha de Danann, or Sidhe, then you’ll like this story.  614 more words


Conor Kelly and the Four Treasures of Eirean (The Tir na Nog Trilogy #1)

  • Author: Ali Isaac
  • Published: December 2012 by Walker – Isaac Publishing
  • Category: Young Adult, Fantasy

Conor Kelly is not your average hero. Trapped inside a body he can’t control, Conor’s mind is as active and alert as that of any teenage boy.

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Young Adult

Get To Know Your Characters With The The Myers-Briggs Personality Test.

Creating dynamic, complex characters is important if you want your readers to care about them. It’s also important to ensure that your characters have their own distinct personalities. 830 more words


Brigid - Kildare

It’s been a long, long time since I explored the wealth of culture and ruins on display in Kildare town. So to start of a number of articles allow me to take you to the busy market square in the middle of Kildare town where despite the heavy traffic and busy streets there stands a rather solemn statue of St Brigid. 901 more words


An Intro to the Tuatha de Danann

Sunday 06/28. 10.30-5.30pm. Woodfin (5 Mins from Downtown Asheville)

‘As a path can take us more deeply into whatever place it is our soul calls home…Through receiving and giving form to new images, we breathe life into ancient scriptures and eternal teachings…I have seen art lead each seeker to his or her own personal wisdom teachings.

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Prayer for Brigid

Forge-lady, healer,
here is a lump of ore for your anvil.
Pitted and scarred,
cracks and craters a mute testimony
to past attempts to
pound this crude and damaged lump… 56 more words


Brigit and Lugh

The Irish goddess Brigit and the god Lugh have a great deal in common. Both have a triple form, both are powerful at every level of society, and both have a major calendar holiday associated with them. 859 more words