Tag Archives: myths

Himani in Conversation With “D.Wallace Peach” from “MythsOfTheMirror🐉”

Reblogged from Books and Sstuff: Omigod! I am just so super excited to start with my Author Interview Series with one of my favourite Blogger (Myths of the Mirror) who is equally an awesome Fantasy writer. I personally like her … Continue reading

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Guest author: Roberta Eaton ~ Beliefs and myths of southern Africa VI: The Sotho-Tswana people

Roberta Eaton, aka Robbie Cheadle, shares the final post on the beliefs and myths of her home. Other posts in the series can be found by cicking here: Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four and Part Five. Myths and … Continue reading

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Guest author: Roberta Eaton ~ Beliefs and myths of southern Africa V: The Venda

Roberta Eaton, aka Robbie Cheadle, shares the third of her posts on the beliefs and myths of her home. Other posts in the series can be found by cicking here: Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four… Beliefs and myths … Continue reading

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Guest author: Roberta Eaton ~ Beliefs and myths of southern Africa IV: The Zulu

Roberta Eaton, aka Robbie Cheadle, shares the third of her posts on the beliefs and myths of her home. Other posts in the series can be found by cicking here: Part One, Part Two, Part Three… Beliefs and myths of southern … Continue reading

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Honour ~ Sisyphus #writephoto

The small crypt was still in darkness as we approached, on that frozen morning of January. Every year, on the same day, we gather here, on this desolate hill. As usual, we were silent, as all of us know the … Continue reading

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The Giant’s Headless Body ~ James Elkington

Reblogged from Mountains, Myths and  Moorlands: An unnamed giant lived on these moors – he wasn’t a good giant, he was a bad giant and he robbed and persecuted the folk who lived round about. The locals needed a hero … Continue reading

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Banished – Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

We had to keep looking ahead, keep moving forward, for there was nothing left behind us, nothing but death and destruction. Uprooted from a land on which generations of us had taken birth, lived our lives, and prospered. Our lives … 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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#writephoto – We Dance – Helen Jones

Sue Vincent’s #writephoto image this week is a gorgeous shot of mist and trees, and as soon as I saw it these words came to me: We are mist, smoke, hidden things. We dance along branches and through the hedgerows, … 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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