My current novel just came out at the end of July, a paranormal romance entitled Passion's Sacred Dance. Here's the blurb: Unless Stacy Macken can stave off her creditors, she may lose her renowned history center. Yet she knows in her heart that the center is sacred and what a catastrophe losing it would be.… Continue reading Indie block party–day two–Passion’s Sacred Dance
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
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.
Okay, maybe required isn't exactly correct, but it sure recharges the ole batteries sometimes. I've been revising the heck out of two books, and writing a third something, (heh. Threes. She does things in threes. Gee...wonder why...) and reading a fourth novel. So I needed a little break from fiction. I've been reading a lot… Continue reading Reading required….
Brighid, Goddess of the bards, Goddess of the Hearth. From the lore, we know Brighid is one of the foremost goddesses of the Tuatha dé Dannan. Variously known as Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Bride, Brigandu, and by a myriad other spellings, She tends the fires of the Smithy, burned by those fires, She is yet beautiful.(1)… Continue reading Brighid’s day, was Pagan blog project-prompts
For today's freaky Friday, I found this topic and couldn't resist. The Green Man's huge in Celtic Mythology of course. Its fairy-like image is found on churches and buildings throughout England. Related of course to the natural vegetal cycles of the world (Spring is coming after all). Jethro Tull even honored him in their song… Continue reading Freaky Friday: A Troll, a Green Man and a Ghost Tree