Monthly Archives: June 2011

Merlin’s Cave

Merlin, according to Geoffrey of Monmouth in Historia Regum Britanniae, might well have been the son of a demon who impregnated a mortal woman who was a nun. Yet, Tennyson in his Idylls of the King describes ocean waves bringing … Continue reading

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The Birthplace of King Arthur

Tintagel is one of those thin places where a sense of mystery seems to prevail, where one wonders if there is such a thing as a portal to another world. This particular place is in Cornwall, England, an area I … Continue reading

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Moon Snails on White Sand

I found these Moon Snails on a white sand beach in Florida. Seen  here on a blue mat, they inspired me to write an essay about the meaning of life, sort-of, or maybe I’m just crazy.  Read

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Thin Places

Today Melissa Cabrera is featuring me on her website http://www.werevampsromance.org/. She reviewed Emily’s Shadow. I was thrilled that she gave my book five stars. Her interview questions were also mind-provoking. She got me thinking about what inspired me to write … Continue reading

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