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Dragons Under the Earth: Bands of Power

Dragons Under the Earth: Bands of Power

Ever wonder if dragons might be real?  Or why the Ancients used to believe so fervently in fire-breathing Saurians? Enter Nancy Lee Badger, an author of Fantasy and Paranormal Romance titles, and an unofficial expert on Dragonology (the study of Dragons, of course!)  Nancy has written a guest column, featuring some fascinating facts about the […]

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An Evil Queen, A Dangerous Man: Dark Huntsman

An Evil Queen, A Dangerous Man: Dark Huntsman

An Evil Queen, A Dangerous Man: Dark Huntsman All right, I confess.  I am a TOTAL fairy tale geek. But since I don’t own a tiara, I must live vicariously through the romantic misadventures of fairy-tale heroines. That’s why I’m thrilled to welcome Fantasy Romance author Jessica Aspen, who has written The Dark Huntsman, Book […]

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Romance Endures in this Celtic Tale of Reincarnation

Romance Endures in this Celtic Tale of Reincarnation

Romance Endures in this Celtic Tale of Reincarnation Welcome Indie Author, Aedan Byrnes, whose new release, Through the Oracle’s Mist, is a lush, lyrical story above ever-lasting love and reincarnation.  Today Aedan is giving away some TOTALLY cool prizes! Lucky winners will receive one of two journals (with the winners’ choice of covers.) His grand […]

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Celtic Myth Lends Spice to YA Paranormal Romance

Celtic Myth Lends Spice to YA Paranormal Romance

Amazon.com Widgets Celtic Myth Lends Spice to YA Paranormal Romance with Science Fiction Influence Welcome to YA Paranormal Romance author, Alaina Ewing, whose tale about the “heart-shaped emblor” fascinated me. I love Celtic mythology, so I had to know:  what’s an Emblor?  And Alaina was happy to elaborate in her guest post.   BTW:  Check […]

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Magic and Monster Books for Apprentice Wizards

Magic and Monster Books for Apprentice Wizards

Magic and Monster Books for Apprentice Wizards Welcome Wizards in Training!  As every diligent apprentice (and fantasy fiction writer) knows, one must study gobs of arcane material in order to turn annoying kid brothers into toads, or broccoli into chocolate ice cream – or unpublished manuscripts into bestselling fantasy novels. So today, I’m recommending five […]

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Celtic Verse Influences My Fantasy Fiction Writing

Celtic Verse Influences My Fantasy Fiction Writing

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I confess:  I’m a wannabe Celt. Ironically, I used to think I was born part Irish.  About the time I turned 16, one of my great aunts started researching our maternal genealogy and learned that my great-great (great?) grandfather got his surname altered at Ellis Island – but not on […]

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21 Lessons of Merlin: A Study in Druid Magic

21 Lessons of Merlin: A Study in Druid Magic

For those of you who love Druid Magic and Celtic Lore, I have a must-read to recommend! (And if you love wizard art, check out WizardWonderland.com, where you’ll find images like the one in this post.) In fact, the bestselling books of Douglas Monroe are some of my favorite resources for Rogan Dair, the star character […]

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Gorgeous Celtic Art by Jen Delyth

Gorgeous Celtic Art by Jen Delyth

As a Fantasy fiction writer, I have often regretted that I’m not more visually-oriented.   I struggle to envision a Fire elemental, for instance, or how a griffin might appear to earthbound characters when it is winging over a battlefield.  One day, while I was writing the first book in my upcoming Wizards of the Wild West series, I […]

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