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Call of the Morrigú is a Discovered Diamond!

A lovely new 5-star review of Call of the Morrigú by Kristen McQuinn at Discovering Diamonds  … This was, simply put, a remarkably fun read. Author Christy Nicholas weaves in mythology and history smoothly throughout the narrative. Readers are given glimpses

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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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The Scots-Irish: Iníon Dubh, Scottish Princess

Source: The Scots-Irish: Iníon Dubh, Scottish Princess

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English Historical Fiction Authors: Adventure Seekers – Women Explorers of the Victorian Era

Source: English Historical Fiction Authors: Adventure Seekers – Women Explorers of the Victorian Era

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