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The Curse of Macha

The Curse of Macha

Long ago in the county of Ulster when the kings of men ruled the land and the Aes Sídhe had been driven underground—or at least out of sight—there lived a man name Cruinniuc. Now, Cruinniuc was not a wealthy man, and neither was he poor. He was not a warrior, or a...
St. Patrick’s Day Story

St. Patrick’s Day Story

Given that this is my March post (despite it appearing on April 1st…oops) I thought it might be appropriate to tell you all a little bit about why I have such a fascination with Ireland and her stories. I don’t remember exactly when the obsession started. Certainly,...
Deleted Scenes 1

Deleted Scenes 1

This is something new that I wanted to start doing. I thought it might be fun to occasionally share with you some moments from my novel that for one reason or another I have decided not to include in my current draft. Fair warning that they may be a little rough. I...
My Tastes Part 2: Writing

My Tastes Part 2: Writing

What do I write? Fiction in general, and Fantasy in particular. If it hasn’t become obvious by now, I have a deep love of Irish folklore and mythology. I find the stories of Ireland fascinating, entertaining, and contagious. I love trying to put my own spin on classic...
The Harvester of Souls

The Harvester of Souls

“Back when the land was young and the cycle of mortal kings not yet begun: back before the sons of Mil reached fair Ireland’s shore, and the Tuatha Dé yet reigned from sea to sea: After the great king Nuada had lost arm and kingship, and for seven battle-torn years...
Gratitude

Gratitude

I know Thanksgiving has come and gone and for some this post may feel a little late, but there is a reason for that. I don’t know about you but growing up my family had a tradition that as we gathered around the dinner table on Thanksgiving one of my parents would...