Welcome to Rudan Thursdays where we talk about…things! Anything from books and movies, to blog posts and authors, to food and drink. Allow me to shine the spotlight on three lovely ladies whose recent blog posts really stuck with me. Without further ado… Victoria Mixon An oldie but goodie, Victoria guest-posted on Jami Gold’s blog… Read More Check Out These Rockstars!
Welcome to Tursan Tuesdays, where I take you on a journey through the Celtic world. I am hoping the trials (literally) happening at the DJ will wrap up or otherwise go away soon so I can get back to researching really interesting posts for you all…ok, I really dig it too 😛 For now, though, how ’bout this little… Read More Dagda, Morrigan, and Lir…Oh my!
I’m sitting here, in a post 4-birthday-party-weekend stupor, trying to remember what happened over the last week. Pretty difficult considering I cannot remember what happened only a few hours ago. Alright, I’ve got it now…a pretty good week this time around: Writing: Not as many words per day as I’d want, but a helluva lot… Read More ROW80 Check In
Welcome to Slàinte Sundays where I give a toast to those posts I enjoyed during the week. I apologize for the late post, however germs and illness are spreading through my household like wildfire and I have been struck low. I explained in more detail in my post from New Kids on the Writer’s Block.… Read More Your Health!
Welcome to Slàinte Sundays where I give a toast to those posts I enjoyed during the week. Without further ado: Quite a lot on craft this week… David N. Walker describes how important the antagonist is and how varied he, she or it can be. Very helpful and informative. Jami Gold visited Writers in the… Read More Your Health!
Welcome to Slàinte Sundays where I give a toast to those posts I enjoyed during the week. Without further ado: On craft and the technical side of things… Sonia Medeiros shares her lessons learned on the way to becoming a writer – valuable information. Bob Mayer introduces us to Natalie C. Markey, a pro when… Read More Your Health!
When you think of the Celts, you think of epic legends, y0u think of mysticism and lore, and, of course, you think of all those amazing stories. Celtic tales are known as long, twisting sagas of heroes and heroines, of feats of strength and battles of wit. *Fun fact: Many of the surviving tales have… Read More Tell Me A Story…