Tag Archives: Wales

“Great Women, Great Writing, Great Stories.” Judith Barrow with Alison Layland

Reblogged from Judith Barrow: My greatest support has come from the group of authors published by Honno. We have a Facebook group where we can chat and ask for help, information and generally boost moral when it’s needed. And we’ve … Continue reading

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Something of Ourselves ~ Judith Barrow

Reblogged from Judith Barrow: I think most, if not all, authors have something of themselves in their books: in the writing, in the voice of the text. We can’t help it; the words emerge from who and what we are, … Continue reading

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Storm ~ Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

The remains of the tower rose in the distance. It was hard actually to call it a tower now because it just looked like a lump of rock on the grassy hillside. It was the place Rhys and Ffion always … Continue reading

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The Way that cannot be named… Stuart France

* The way in Is the way out… * * The way out Is the way in… * * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Of Hallowed Hills… Stuart France

* Things we may Once have missed… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Yorkshire Lasses in Wales: When Jessie Cahalin Met Judith Barrow

Reblogged from Books in my Handbag: Judith Barrow, originally from Saddleworth, near Oldham, and on the wrong side of the Pennines but still in Yorkshire Judith waited for me in a department store while I waited for her in Cardiff … Continue reading

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Yew – BART Station Bard

Reblogged from BART Station Bard: Ents at Kingley Vale   Yew. Deep peace of the Grove. Silence in the back of my head. Like the Druid’s tonsure, forbidden at Whitby. When the Wild Celtic Church was tamed, Rome had its … Continue reading

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A Sunny Day Hike up the hill to Castell Dinas Bran by Cathy Ryan

Reblogged from Between the Lines: A couple of months ago we attempted the very steep climb up to the ruined castle. Dinas Bran towers above Llangollen and the Dee Valley in a spectacular setting that offers panoramic views from all … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Expressions

I couldn’t leave the cathedral at St Asaph’s without mentioning the artwork. Many ecclesiastical buildings are home to arts and crafts, with interpretations and symbols built into their very fabric. Stained glass, carved wood and stone, marble and mosaics… these … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Stones and stories

What with exploding computers, forays to the north and everything else that has been going on around here, the account of our return from the Silent Eye’s weekend event in Wales got a little sidetracked while there were still a … Continue reading

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