New reviews for Legacy of Truth!


LEGACY OF TRUTH is now released! And lovely reviews are coming in… ***** 5 Stars – Cathleen Townsend The good sister of a pair of twins Legacy of Truth is the story of Esme, the good sister of a

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A Beautiful, Useful Pest in Iceland — Elizabeth’s Wildflower Blog

Lupinus nootkatensis Nootka lupine, Alaskan lupine Icelandic: Lúpína Fabaceae My recent post about yellow flag iris (“A Beautiful, Useful Pest”) was written in the lounge at Dulles International Airport while I waited for my flight to Iceland. It struck me

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Solar Power Capacity Tops Coal for the First Time Ever — Fortune

Solar power now accounts for more installed capacity than any other form of electricity generation, according to new data out Tuesday. “About half a million solar panels were installed every day around the world last year,” the Paris-based International Energy

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The Last Kingdom — katieandbooks

The Last Kingdom by Bernard Cornwell. I like to read about Anglo-Saxon England. It is, admittedly, a topic about which I know a fair amount compared to my colleagues but, considering we only had one term class about it, my

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1943 – Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge, the coordinating body for Irish-language organisations, is formed. — Stair na hÉireann – History of Ireland

Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge (CNnaG) is the central steering council for the Irish language community. Its mission is to “strengthen and consolidate goodwill and support for the Irish language and its usage as a living language so that it may

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He Thought He Saw – Part 27 — Dellani Oakes

Heath and Jackie decide that Brian and his mother don’t need to be alone and insist that they sleep over at the Barrett home. “Mom and I heard a weather report. They expect a storm late tonight. Probably won’t be

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Release Day Blitz: Souls Collide by Cynthia A Rodriguez — Once Upon a Book Blog

Title: Souls Collide Series: Crashing Souls #2 Author: Cynthia A. Rodriguez Release Date: Oct 26, 2016 You remember me. You still hide from me, despite my fleeting weakness. Despite seeing my heart. Despite witnessing the miraculous moment I gave to

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Fifteen Years Married


I’m certainly no expert on marriage. However, I can say I’m celebrating my fifteenth anniversary today, and of my first marriage. I saw many friends get married, get divorced in a few years, only to marry again – and sometimes a

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Pulling the wool over Papa’s eyes

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Originally posted on ANNA BELFRAGE:
I have a good friend who has a most prosaic approach to life. On one occasion, we were discussing marriage, and my friend causally said that he was convinced a successful marriage had more to…

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Iceland 2017 Calendar Now Live!


I have an Iceland Calendar for 2017! Available on Lulu HERE   Some of the photos included in the calendar:            ***** I write historical fantasy novels, mostly set in Ireland, and a contemporary romance based

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The spookiest ancient Irish myths and legends surrounding Halloween |

Samhain, the ancient Irish festival that became Halloween as we know it, was an important date in Irish lore. Source: The spookiest ancient Irish myths and legends surrounding Halloween |

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