Category Archives: mythology

Keys again. What’d it mean? (Snippet from Frigga’s Lost Army) #historicalfantasy #TuesdayTeaser

I thought I’d do something different today, so here’s a #TeaserTuesday snippet of my new book, Frigga’s Lost Army. Since I’ve more space to share here than on Twitter, *eg* here’s the longer version. This is from chapter three of

Greek Myth by author Stella McLeod

I’m pleased to welcome paranormal romance author Stella McLeod, who has a topic I’m sure most of you will find interesting. Greek Myth and how it tied into her latest release, ALWAYS HAVE AND ALWAYS WILL and she tells us

Cover Reveal: The Priestess and the Dragon (Dragon Saga Book 1)

I’m pleased to welcome my friend and fellow fantasy romance author Nicolette Andrews here today. Her new book, The Priestess and the Dragon (Dragon Saga Book 1), is one I’ve been keeping an eye on at Wattpad for a while

Come join the fairy tea party

Fairies (also spelled faeries). I’ve always loved them. In fact, when I was a child I wrote a story about a faery wedding taking place in my front yard. So mention the idea of a faery tea party and I

Black Friday and unusual paranormal characters in paranormal romance

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 thought I would share an essay I wrote last year (slightly updated!) about unusual paranormal