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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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Haunted Pizza: My Interview with Ghost Hunters

Haunted Pizza: My Interview with Ghost Hunters

Whether you’re a paranormal reader or writer, you’ve probably wondered – like me – if there might be some small truth behind the supernatural phenomena in your favorite novels.  For some people, exploring this interest is too frightening to consider.  For others, it’s a lark. For me, it’s a fascinating hobby that continues to earn […]

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Dream Work Helps Author Solve Creative Writers Block

Dream Work Helps Author Solve Creative Writers Block

Dream Work Helps Author Solve Writer’s Block I love how my Writing Muse communicates with me through my dreams, especially if I consciously and deliberately set my intention to bust through writer’s block before I fall asleep. Last week, I got stalled at the beginning of Chapter 4 for Seduced by an Angel,  my new Romance […]

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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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