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Call of the Morrigú is LIVE!

RELEASE DAY!!!   Call of the Morrigú is now LIVE and ready to go! It’s on sale just through the weekend, so get your copy now before the price goes back up! . Would you dare rouse a goddess? .

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Cover Reveal! Call of the Morrigú

Today’s the day! The cover is out for Call of the Morrigú! .  It is up on Amazon for pre-order here My Tirgearr Publishing page. . Call of the Morrigú will be on sale at 99 cents until the weekend after

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Mass Infant Grave found at a former Irish orhpanage

The ages of the dead ranged from 35 weeks to 3 years old via A Mass Infant Grave Was Found at a Former Irish Orphanage — TIME

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Posted in History, Travel

Call of the Morrigú is on contract!

Well, crap, that was fast! I sent in Call of the Morrigú ten days ago. Ten. I just got the contract offer today! Ten days! Usually it’s several MONTHS. Ten days. Evidently my new editor (just got switched to her

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Death Masks by Jim Butcher

Originally posted on Dab of Darkness:
Where I Got It: Own it. Narrator: James Marsters Publisher: Penguin Audio (2009) Length: 11 hours 21 minutes Series: Book 5 The Dresden Files Author’s Page Note: This is the book where reading them out of order stars to do…

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Posted in Writing

My article in the Celtic Guide February 2016

I have an article on the cycle of life and death in Irish mythology and photographs in the latest issue of the Celtic Guide, February 2016. Please check it out, free online!     ********* Don’t miss information on Celtic

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Posted in History, Photography, Travel, Writing

Irish Cemeteries

Some people avoid cemeteries, believing them to be sad, depressing, or just plain creepy. I, however, love cemeteries. I love wandering around in them, looking at the beautiful funereal sculpture, the interesting notes on the headstones, the different ways in

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Posted in Art, History, Photography, Travel

Winter Crone Legends by Elaine Moxon

Excellent article on English Historical Fiction Author Blog about Winter Crone Legends, written by Elaine Moxon…   ********* Don’t miss information on Celtic myth and history, as well as practical travel planning tips, and hidden places, in my travel books.

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Samhain, Hallowe’en, All Hallows’ Eve

This time of year is full of mystery, cold wind, and rattling leaves, no matter what your beliefs. The ancients thought it to be a time when the veil between this world and the next is at its thinnest. That

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History and Symbolism of the Celtic Cross

Celtic Crosses dot hundreds of cemeteries across Ireland and Scotland, as well as Wales, England, Europe, and beyond. Few symbols are as recognizable as the Celtic Cross as the embodiment of Celtic Christianity. It is popularly believed that St. Patrick

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Posted in History, Travel
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