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What a pain

I hope everyone is having a great week, and a wonderful Easter. Me, I've been working my fingers off, and managed to trip up the stairs (yes, it's possible, apparently!) and scraped my hand. But it's superficial and not causing as much pain as I thought it might. What is the pain...I can't get into… Continue reading What a pain

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Quick Note and update

  I have moved my blogging home. I'm now (back) over at Blogspot: http://julismapsroom.blogspot.com where I find I'm babbling more often...:) About just about anything that comes to mind. So, if you'd like to keep up on all my er, notes and latest releases, I have subscription links at the bottom of the blog. They… Continue reading Quick Note and update

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Black Friday

Happy Thanksgiving, my friends. I hope you all have (or had) a lovely one. While we're all eating and out shopping for Black Friday,I tried to find some Thanksgiving creature to tempt you with, but...well, this month doesn't really lend itself to mythology very much. (There's no Great Turkey, Charlie Brown, or anything like that...)… Continue reading Black Friday

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Tuesday Kilts–I mean, Celts

Happy Tuesday? It is Tuesday, right? Okay, okay, girls. Stop looking under the kilts. 😉  We all know what's under there.  Or do we? I don't know about wearing a heavy tweed skirt in summer, do you? (Okay, so it's sweltering here). The weather makes everything just a wee bit uncomfy, doesn't it? Nonetheless, I… Continue reading Tuesday Kilts–I mean, Celts

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Celtic Myths and Legends – Guest Author Juli D. Revezzo

A little bit more about my new release, Passion's Sacred Dance. Wonder where I got the idea? via Celtic Myths and Legends - Guest Author Juli D. Revezzo. Thanks, S.G. Rogers for hosting me! (I love this picture, don't you? illustration of Lugh's magic spear by H.R. Millar.