Tag Archives: folklore

Guest Author: S. C. Skillman ~ Paranormal Warwickshire

Hello. I’m grateful to Sue for offering me this space on her blog to tell you about my forthcoming book , Paranormal Warwickshire, which will be published by Amberley Publishing on 15th November this year. As with all stories, there … Continue reading

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IndieAni Bones and the Thunder Stone…

We had barely got in the car than we were out of it again. Just a mile or two down the road to a tiny village and she was looking for somewhere to park. Now, I have to say that … Continue reading

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IndieAni Bones and the Ent

A couple of years ago, my two-legses got together for the Winter Solstice, which was nice. It didn’t mean presents… unless you count my share of their cheese, ham and salmon… but it did mean I got to go on … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXI: The Wells of the Wishing Tree…

“Ooh!” My companion, well used to the consequences of such exclamations, braced himself as I swung the car off the road we were supposed to be taking and onto a narrow lane. The sign was intriguing and, although we had … Continue reading

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The Giant’s Song

“…Will you forge the straight track for us, old friend?” Merlin asked the giant. Ogmios’ eyes gleamed in the starlight. “Come, it is long since we walked such a path together. Stay close and have your children gather their courage.” … Continue reading

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Carve The Cliffs ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

The calls of people searching for him reached his ears but he ignored them. They’d find him soon enough, and there would be punishment for him whether he answered or not. He preferred making good use of his time till … Continue reading

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Storytelling

Our earliest ancestors looked out upon this world and framed what they saw in stories that reached the heart through the imagination. As man and his questions became ever more sophisticated, the stories evolved, couching abstract concepts and ideas within … Continue reading

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The Giant’s Tale

Throughout the books written with Stuart France many stories are woven. In Doomsday: Dark Sage, one of those stories was the tragic tale of Hulac Warren… The piper of Shacklow The fiddler of Fin The old woman of Demon’s Dale … Continue reading

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The Wait ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

In the days of old they’d walk out on the water at high tide, appearing to float atop the waves. It was a sign of trust. Also of recognition. For they’d come from the water, after all. Their bodies might … Continue reading

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Man In The Straw ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

“And the man in the straw danced and danced …” “Till the morning came and changed his chance?” Thomas stroked his granddaughter’s head. She never tired of the story. Her favorite, and she knew it by heart. As he knew … Continue reading

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