Daily Archives: December 18, 2015

Review : Conor Kelly’s Legends of Ireland by Ali Isaac

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This is a truly wonderful book: It has fairy kings, goddesses, mortals, magic, swordmanship, mythology and a huge dose of courage. It is clear from page one how much love and passion the author has for…

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Sharing a dawn

It always astonishes me how many people are up at whatever ungodly hour I leave my bed and switch on the computer. That, I suppose, is one of the strangest things we have accepted as part of our daily lives … Continue reading

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The Mudfold and Cockeren Feud-part 2 by Tallis Steelyard

The second part of the scandalous story of the feuding ladies of Port Naain, told by Tallis Steelyard, a poet of that city… The Mudfold and Cockeren Feud Part Two I did at the time entertain hopes that the feud … Continue reading

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Replay – Guest author, Geoffrey Saign

Welcome Geoffrey Saign, author of the award-winning WhipEye Chronicles and  Gorgon. I write about nature and self-awareness—sometimes directly, sometimes indirectly. When I was seven years old, for some reason I loved nature. I ran to ponds to find crayfish and … Continue reading

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Beginning

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