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Pagan Portals: Celtic Witchcraft OUT NOW!

It’s finally here: My second book, Pagan Portals: Celtic Witchcraft, is launched today.  I’ll be reading from the book and doing a little talk at Waterstones in Leeds at 7pm tonight, so if you’re in the area please pop in. I will be joined…

Write it out…

I saw a Nora Roberts quote the other day along the lines of You want to write? Then shut up and write. Stop messing about and write.  It’s great advice, yet procrastination seems to be the order of the day. I have two main projects on…

Winter Wonders continues

With temperatures at record lows across the Atlantic and flood warning across the U.K., it seems only right that we continue the Winter Wonders series. Send me (via the form on the original post earlier on this blog) your thoughts on what winter means…

Winter Wonder: Win my book!

Another bite of winter. If you want to submit an entry for my Winter Wonder series, please send your winter related prose, poetry or art via the form below. If you want to attach an item rather than write straight onto the form, please…

One Winter’s Night

Big thanks to Leigh Laycock for submitting the first piece for my ‘Winter Wonders’ this year; a series of pieces intended to get us into the spirit of winter, Yule and the festive season.  One Winter’s Night In the dead of night there came…

A Modern Celt: 99p!

Another promo: my book, A Modern Celt, is now only 99p on kindle from Amazon! This book explores the impact the Celts had on modern life, through the eyes of everyday people. It examines paganism, spirituality and healing and even the impact on the…

A Modern Celt: Book Launch Update

Just having a discussion about the mass appeal of the Morrigan as a tutelary goddess. Here’s one of my comments: “I do work with the Morrigan but quite happily accept that not only does she have commonalities with other goddesses but the likelihood is…