Monthly Archives: October 2017

Into the Mound: Working With the Dead

In honor of Samhain, I’m sharing this excellent article on working with your ancestors.   Winterstar Ancestor Rite ACE held our 27th annual Winterstar Symposium in February 2009, once again at the Atwood Lodge resort in central O­hio. This is always a

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Blessing Your Dead – Building Bridges – The Lady’s Quill

Ritualancestors, dead, death, Gods, magic, necromancy, polytheism, polytheist, Samhain, witchcraft Source: Blessing Your Dead – Building Bridges – The Lady’s Quill

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October book sale at Tirgearr!

Tirgearr Publishing is having a Spooktacular sale on it’s spooky books! The following books will be on sale for 99 cents on Kindle: Joel Q Aaron – The Color of Gothic Kristi Ahlers – The Trouble with Halloween Elizabeth Delisi

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October Book Fair!

Free stuff! Free stuff! Free stuff!   Who doesn’t like free?   Welcome to the October Multi-genre Book Fair Don’t forget to enter the giveaway to WIN an AMAZON gift card! ​       ***** I write historical fantasy novels, mostly

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The History Girls: Corhampton Church – a Saxon gem in Provincia Meanwarorum

Source: The History Girls: Corhampton Church – a Saxon gem in Provincia Meanwarorum

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A Very British Book: The Road to ‘Tales of Britain’ – #FolkloreThursday

British folk tales, British legends, British stories, British tales, Brother Bernard, folk tale, folktales, Jem Roberts, King Arthur, Robin Hood, Tales of Britain, unbound Source: A Very British Book: The Road to ‘Tales of Britain’ – #FolkloreThursday

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Scottish Folk Magic & the Dead | Introduction

There is a seldom explored thread of an idea that needs woven into a larger narrative. That of Scottish Folk magic and older practices relating to ancestors, the Sidhe and animism and not so much deity as some of us

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Call of the Morrigú cover is in a contest!

Come vote for the best cover at the InD’Tale Monthly Cover contest! You can only vote once, and you do have to register to vote (unless you’ve already registered). Please give it a go!     CALL OF THE MORRIGÚ

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Cafe Scientifique Corning talk on research for Historical Fiction

On September 19, 2017, I gave a talk at Cafe Scientifique, Corning, NY. I spoke about how I do research on my historical fiction novels. Please, check it out! ***** I write historical fantasy novels, mostly set in Ireland, and

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The Enchanted Swans is getting awards and accolades!

The Enchanted Swans is getting awards and accolades! In pre-Celtic Ireland, Fionnuala was a fae princess, born to a life of luxury. She knew her duty and loved her family. She missed her mother, who died in childbirth when Fionnuala

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Interview with D. Lieber

Thank you for joining me for my interview with D. Lieber, author of The Exiled Otherkin!   Exiled from Faerie when her father dies, half-Fae Ember is surprised by how much the human realm has changed since she was there

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