Tis the Season: for change

Living means change and adaptation. Life isn’t about standing still, but it’s nice when someone hands you a Road Map.
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A Pre-published Author’s Journey: Part 3 – Act 3

Last week I published Part 2 of my pre-published author’s journey series. If you didn’t catch it, click here. Or here for Part 1. Our writer characters have faced several Ys in the road — a series of choices that either led closer toward the goal of publishing or farther away. So far, they’ve chosen…

Caves, Tunnels, and Dogs in Scottish legend

Great Hand and the tunnel beneath Edinburgh Castle Tis said the tunnel beneath Edinburgh Castle leads to Holyrood Palace, used in times of siege for soldiers to sneak from the castle and surround their enemies. This tunnel also allowed resupply for the king’s men protecting the castle. A large cave led to the tunnel and…

Scottish Ghosties

Interested in Scottish Faeries, legends or folklore? This blog by Rebecca Reed introduces you to a few. Photo by Céline Geeurickx on Unsplash

Book Review: Well Spring Series by James L. Rubart

Freedom isn’t Free – but the price has been paid. You must accept and believe. The Well Spring Series, three novels by award-winning and bestselling author, James L. Rubart, are not new releases. I’ve owned the first one, Soul’s Gate, for over a year in e-book format, but caught it in audio a few months…

Hope for a Dove – a short story

Hope for a Dove Two come for the seventh – raven and dove. One to be trained, the other to love. Beware the beak where brightness dulls. Mourn the heart as it falls. When perched above, sacrifice made, watch the trees for a Warrior babe. – Great Battle Prophecy April 1900, Glasgow, Scotland Catriona wiped…