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Luciana Cavallaro The Guardian’s Legacy Book Review and Launch #HistoricalFantasy #ActionAdventure @ClucianaLuciana @linneatannner

FEATURED AUTHOR: LUCIANA CAVALLARO It is my pleasure to feature Australian author, Luciana Cavallaro, and to announce the launch of her new Historical Fantasy, Action/Adventure book, The Guardian’s Legacy (Coin of Time Book 1). The e-book was released by Mythos Publications on October 5, 2021 (121 pages). As we both share a love for mythology … Continue reading

Are you into competitions?

Originally posted on Luciana Cavallaro:
With the pending book launch of The Guardian’s Legacy, I have a few competitions for you to enter. You can double your chance to win a signed paperback of the novella. I also have a swag, but that will be for launch day and you will need to join me…

Welcome to the final day of the Breakfield and Burkey #ShortStories Blog Tour! Drop by! @enigmaseries @RRBC_Org @4WillsPub @nonniejules #RRBC #4WillsPub

Originally posted on Watch Nonnie Write!:
  Hello, friends! I’m so happy you dropped by today to help me close out the final day of  Authors, Breakfield and Burkey’s #ShortStories Blog Tour!  If you visited this post on another stop and your comment didn’t appear, we’re assuming there were technical issues, but I wanted to…

Spotlight on Linnea Tanner

Originally posted on Wanda Adams Fischer:
If you’ve followed any of my blog posts, you know I’m a member of the Rave Reviews Book Club. Today I want to introduce you to another member, Linnea Tanner, because she wrote a series of books that opened my eyes to a genre I’d never thought of reading…

Celtic Lore: Exploring the Otherworld

Originally posted on Under the influence!:
Image by Varun Maharaj from Pixabay This article was first published on #FolkoreThursday.com under the title, Exploring the Otherworld of the Celts, on 18 March, 20211, written by zteve t evans. The concept of a magical, mysterious, “Otherworld” has been a common component in many myths and legends of…

Medicinal Plants of Brittany

Originally posted on Bonjour From Brittany:
In the rural Brittany of yesteryear, where doctors were very rare, the populace were happy to utilise the healing power of plants and other natural remedies. Sometimes, the intervention of the local healer or witch was sought but often people were content to apply the ancient wisdom that had…

Thursday Doors – Dover Castle

Welcome to Thursday Doors, a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments below, anytime between 12:01 am Thursday…

Celtic Lore: Shapeshifters of Myth and Legend

Originally posted on Under the influence!:
Joseph Christian Leyendecker (1874 – 1951), Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons This article was first published 11 March 2021 on #FolkloreThursday.com titled, Shapeshifters from the Celtic World by zteve t evans. Shapeshifters Shapeshifters are found in most mythologies and folk traditions around the world from ancient to modern times.…

The Druids of Brittany

Originally posted on Bonjour From Brittany:
The druids of antiquity remain an enigma and a constant source of, sometimes, fanciful speculation. Their roles in Celtic society were as broad as they were integral to daily life; story-teller, sage, teacher, priest, judge, sorcerer and keeper of the tribe’s traditions. Yet, very little is known for certain…

How to Write a Sidekick

Originally posted on Story Empire:
Ciao, SEers! Today I thought we’d talk about a character who isn’t used often enough and is discussed even less. I’m referring to the sidekick. Sure, we all write in friends and family. No one writes a single-character story. But I mean a true sidekick. Not a buddy, like in…

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