Category Archive: Tales of the Tuatha de danaan and Other Stories

Tales of the Tuatha chapter 37 & 38 – The End of the Journey

( unfortunately these chapters will be in descending order on Tales of The Tuatha menu tab and there is no way to change that!) This series began as simple 100 world tales and… Continue reading

Tales of the Tuatha (Chapters 35 & 36)

We are nearing the end my dear readers- only one more installment to go after this and why has it become such a struggle and so, so hard!!? I revised and re-revised these two… Continue reading

Tales of the Tuatha (chapter 34 of the keep it sweet and short tales)

 Background: The story is rapidly coming to it’s conclusion and becoming harder for me to write knowing this. I started the tales a year ago as an exercise in writing  simple little fantasies… Continue reading

Tales of the Tuatha – Niamh’s Journey (chapter 32 & 33 of the keep it sweet and short tales)

Finally I’ve continued with my fairy tale and Niamh’s dream journey, – and to catch up from my  hiatus I have written two full chapters ( that are still, as usual, a work… Continue reading

Tales of the Tuatha (chapter 31 of Niamh’s Journey)

for a few who asked, the story continues!! The next mythical chapter has arrived as…….. The Tears of the Forest Niamh found herself walking through the evening trees and avoiding the more traveled… Continue reading

Samhain, sorcery and the visual alchemist at work

Hallow’s Eve is coming ( scary ghost sounds)!!  I am still trying to catch up with home, work, and WordPress and  I don’t yet have any spooky images at the ready ( who… Continue reading

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