Monthly Archives: July 2016

How long does it take to write a novel?

This is, of course, an entirely subjective question. For some people, a lifetime isn’t enough time. For others, they are churned out like a factory. Most authors are in between. I can only offer my own information.   I’m an

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The Hidden World of the Irish Medieval Park

I am  delighted to present a guest post by  Fiona Beglane who is the author of a wonderful book on  deerparks in Medieval Ireland.  Hunting and the keeping of deer was such and important part of me… Source: The Hidden

Posted in Travel

The Genesis of a Novel, the Beginning – Part 1

Although I’ve already started on the process, I thought it might be interesting to blog my way through the novel creation process. I’m already through about the first three-four days worth of work, so those will be schmooshed into this

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M E g A L i T h i A – Stone Circles, megaliths, indexed map of prehistoric stones – M E g A L i T h i A –

Clickable map of the UK showing the distribution of prehistoric stones with links to maps, pictures and details Source: M E g A L i T h i A – Stone Circles, megaliths, indexed map of prehistoric stones – M

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Posted in History, pagan, Travel

The Ten Commandments of Writing #8: Thou Shalt Heed The Submission Guidelines

Originally posted on Imaginary Friends:
(Cross-posted on the WriteClub blog) It’s been a while since I posted anything in this series of posts. Part of the reason, if I’m honest, is a crisis of confidence. When you have no faith…

Posted in Travel

New reviews for Legacy of Truth!

LEGACY OF TRUTH is now released! And lovely reviews are coming in…  http://amzn.to/28ILvfA ***** 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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Posted in History, pagan, Travel, Writing

ETWG First Chapter Book Awards: First Place Historical Fiction – Venture Galleries

Legacy of Hunger by Christy Nicholas is the First Place Winner in the Historical Fiction Category of Published Books in the East Texas Writers Guild First Chapter Book Awards. The Story Ireland is no promised land in 1846. It is

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The Feminine in Early Irish Myth and Legend

In early Irish mythology and legend, the feminine is quite dominant in the otherworld as well as on earth. Irish Goddesses abound Source: The Feminine in Early Irish Myth and Legend

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Holloways: Roads Tunneled into the Earth by Time | Atlas Obscura

Source: Holloways: Roads Tunneled into the Earth by Time | Atlas Obscura

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I won an award! Wait, no, I won TWO!

Legacy of Truth, which just released on July 6th, 2016, has won First Place in the East Texas Writers’ Guild First Chapter Book Awards in the Historical Fiction Published Books category: You can get Legacy of Truth here! But that’s

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