Tag Archives: legend

Legend of the Miskhorskaya Mermaid – Elder Mountain Dreaming

Reblogged from Elder Mountain Dreaming : In the Crimea there is a legend about this mermaid, in the vicinity of the Village of Miskhor. In one of the small houses there lived a young maiden of Arz. For many years … Continue reading

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The Fireborn, on #LisaBurtonRadio

Reblogged from Entertaining Stories: Don’t touch that dial. You’ve landed on Lisa Burton Radio, the only show that brings you the characters from the books you love. I’m your host, Lisa the robot girl. My special guest today is here … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd – Within the living land

It had been a long time since I had first come across a reference to Thor’s Cave when I was doing some research for Dark Sage. We were not, at that point, feeling the call to go there; caves were … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Legacy

The little Church of the Holy Cross at Ilam is one of those places that seems to have something to offer every visitor, no matter in what period or area their interest lies. There are stained glass windows that capture … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: A life in pictures

When we had finished looking at the Saxon crosses and the yew trees, we headed into the little Church of the Holy Cross. Even the doorway looked promising, especially as the porch was home to a nest of swallows, darting … Continue reading

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A Yorkshire legend

“What’s the story, Merlin?” asked Jamie, gazing up from his cross-legged position on the floor, very like a small boy waiting for a treat. Merlin settled himself in an armchair, with the young people at his feet. For a moment … Continue reading

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Flight of the Seer V

* Any creative endeavour involves hazard. We are fortunate enough to work with an eclectic and talented bunch of souls which inevitably lessens that hazard. With our previous Workshop, Leaf and Flame, we had made a rod for our own … Continue reading

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Guest author – Paul Andruss: The Story of Thomas the Rhymer

I was recently lucky enough to be interviewed by Sally Cronin. https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2017/04/12/sallys-cafe-and-bookstore-author-book-reading-and-interview-paul-andruss/ At the end of the interview, my good friend Sue asked a thought provoking question: what drew me to the ideas behind Thomas the Rhymer? To be honest … Continue reading

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No Light Burden – Joy Pixley #writephoto

Saliente and Etalas were together from the beginning, when the sky was first created.  Like any old friends, rivalries developed.  Etalas was jealous that mortals work during his day, but relax and make love during Saliente’s night. Saliente resented Etalas … Continue reading

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Adele Marie Mark, fantasy author, talks to D.G. Kaye

 Reblogged from D.G.Kaye: Today’s guest feature is Adele Marie Park and her newly published book, Wisp. Although Adele has published stories in two anthologies, this is her debut book, so we are both excited for her visit here today.  You … Continue reading

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