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Myth & Moor: “Into the Woods” series, 52: Twilight Tales

Source: Myth & Moor: “Into the Woods” series, 52: Twilight Tales

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Great new review of Misfortune of Vision by the Historical Novel Society!

The lovely folks at The Historical Novel Society just posted a wonderful new review of Misfortune of Vision, book #4 in The Druid’s Brooch Series. . “Thoroughly researched, the novel brims with a magnetic appeal to lovers of Irish medieval history.

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At Fate’s Door by Nicole Merchant

Mark your calendars, set a reminder, because tomorrow is the day! At Fate’s Door will be live! Grab that copy and find out just what happens with Lex and Brie in the final book of The Guardians Eyes! Haven’t read

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The Enchanted Swans – Cover of the Year!

The Enchanted Swans just won Cover of the Year at Discovered Diamonds!   Pick up your copy here!

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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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Ancient Lore and Magic of Crows and Ravens

Although crows and ravens are part of the same family (Corvus), they’re not exactly the same bird. Typically, ravens are quite a bit bigger than crows, and they tend to be a bit shaggier looking. The raven actually has more

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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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Six ancient myths from the Scottish islands – The Scotsman

From rock-dwelling giants to mermaids and seals who steal the hearts of local women, Scotland’s islands are still alive today with tales of their supernatural pasts. Source: Six ancient myths from the Scottish islands – The Scotsman

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Fairy tales, fables and folk tales | Fairytalez.com

World’s largest collection of fairy tales, fables and folk tales. Read more than 2.200 classic tales from all over the world – for free, with no ads. Source: Fairy tales, fables and folk tales | Fairytalez.com

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Living Liminally: An Amadán na Bruidhne – The Fairy Fool

Source: Living Liminally: An Amadán na Bruidhne – The Fairy Fool

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We’re not done yet – InD’Tale Magazine Monthly Cover Contest! Please come vote for The Enchanted Swans!

The cover of The Enchanted Swans is up for vote again! This time with the monthly contest for InD’tale Magazine! Please come vote! Voting ends Monday, May 30th, at midnight.   You do need to register to vote, and it’s only

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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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InD’Tale Magazine Cover Contest! Please come vote for The Enchanted Swans!

The Enchanted Swans is currently up for vote throughout this week for Cover Wars! Please come by and vote for your favorite!     ***** I write historical fantasy novels, mostly set in Ireland, and a contemporary romance based on my parents’ 30-year search for true love. Don’t miss information on Celtic myth and history, […]

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Cover Wars! Please come vote for The Enchanted Swans!

The Enchanted Swans is currently up for vote throughout this week for Cover Wars! Please come by and vote for your favorite!     ***** I write historical fantasy novels, mostly set in Ireland, and a contemporary romance based on

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Celebrate National Unicorn Day by spotting the magical creatures around Scotland – Daily Record

Scotland’s national animal is being honoured today. Here are some top spots from the country’s unicorn trail. Source: Celebrate National Unicorn Day by spotting the magical creatures around Scotland – Daily Record

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Folklore of Archaeology: Of Giants, Fairies, Megaliths and Menhirs – #FolkloreThursday

There is so much to say about megalithic tombs: of their function, carbon dating, about morphological typologies, and catchment areas. I could tell you about function and materiality, about labour and material costs. I could tell you about the magic

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Story-telling in the Gaelic Tradition

Telling a story takes many forms, but the ancient tradition of telling a story around a fire during the winter nights is a special thing.   Declan Kiberd, ‘Story-Telling: The Gaelic Tradition’, in The Irish Short Story, ed. Terence Brown

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WHO WANTS SOMETHING FREE?

Everyone likes free!   In honor of my new book, The Enchanted Swans, I’m going to be sending out a titillating excerpt from the book. Not the front, where other excerpts have come from, but from the juicy middle!  

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