If you read part 2 of The Raven’s Bride and were a little confused, you are not alone. It seems I left out the whole conversation between Death and his Grandmother (thank you to my husband for catching that!). The post has been edited to add that section back in, and now makes a great …

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She walked and walked, the whole day through until she could go no more, then she laid herself down to rest. She woke the next morning and set out again. Everyday she searched, asking all she met if they had seen a great black raven flying overhead and if they had what direction he might …

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I hope you’ve found the posts interesting so far! Of course, there are many, many, many more goblins which I did not mention (no offence intended!). This is the final post of The Goblin Host, but next week’s will be about one of my favorite goblins – the phooka – shapeshifting tricksters of which there …

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The Raven’s Bride is a retelling of Howard Pyle’s “Princess Golden-Hair and the Great Black Raven” which appeared in his book The Wonder Clock published in 1887. If you have ever read the original, you will find many of the elements changed in my telling of it; although I don’t think I would go so …

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To pick up where we left off… Shellycoat – a water bogie who haunts the coasts and rivers of Scotland, so named because of the coat of shells he wears. He finds great fun in leading travelers astray, although he is most often considered to be mischievous rather than malevolent. Cu Sith – Fairy dogs …

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Short answer, to have some place to put down the random thoughts and stories bouncing around in my head. Long answer… well there isn’t one. You may see the occasional recipe or cat picture or book review as well. Don’t expect rhyme or reason, you are not likely to find it. I do hope you …

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