Goodreads Winners Congratulations!

Congratulations to the winners of the Goddess Giveaway! Books will be going out next week – watch for your copy of Once a Goddess, Fiery Arrow, or Church of the Oak!




Brigid on Tour! Virtual Book Tour…

Just in time for ‪#‎Imbolc‬ and ‪#‎St. Brigid’s Day‬Once a Goddess virtual book tour! Follow Brigid as she …ok, as we…visit 5 blogs in 5 days!

2/2/15 Monday – TNBBC – Where Writer’s Write

2/3/15 Tuesday – The Book Cove

2/4/15 Wednesday – Kelly Smith Reviews

2/5/15 Thursday – Limelight Literature

2/6/15 Friday – JMWW

Thanks to Melanie Page at Grab the Lapels!


Thank You, Brawen’s Journey Readers!

FINAL_Fiery Arrow_Cover_jpgFor two days in a row, Brawen’s Journey: Fire and Ash, a companion short story to the novel, Fiery Arrow, has been in the Amazon Kindle top 100!

About Brawen’s Journey:

With Patrick’s help, Brawen escapes a life of slavery at the hands of Irish raiders. But her journey home becomes her most difficult challenge yet. Her village is in ruins. Her family has gone missing. As she searches for pieces of her past, Brawen must evade the ever-watchful eyes of the Roman legions and find her way back her Celtic beginnings.



Set at the cusp of Rome’s fall, Brawen’s Journey: Fire and Ash follows one of Fiery Arrow’s favorite characters as she rebuilds after all she’s known has been destroyed.


Thanks again to everyone who has read Once A Goddess, Fiery Arrow and now, Brawen’s Journey. I’m looking forward to writing a few more Brawen stories!

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Thank You for a Great Book Signing!

Thanks to everyone who visited Little Washington Winery on Saturday. We had a great time talking about wine, books, and writing! I’m looking forward to a few more signings around town for the holidays – watch here for updates!


Gods and Goddesses, Fairies and Fey: Brigid and the Danann

My guest post at ParaYourNormal!


Sheila LambBy Guest Author: Sheila R Lamb

In the stories about the Túatha de Danann, the one which fascinated me was Brigid. Of all the Danann, she is the most diverse. She had intriguing story lines, and she carries her name across history.

The Danann are part of Ireland’s ancient mythology and legends. They are known as warriors and gods, but they are also known as fairies.

It’s an interesting contradiction.

I read several different sources about the Túatha de Danann, including Lady Gregory’s Irish Myths and Legends. I read good websites, such as online excerpts from CELT (Corupus of Electronic Texts), Sacred Texts, and Timeless Myths. I read questionable websites (no names mentioned). Putting all the various stories together, their tale goes something like this: the Túatha de Danann were among the first settlers of Ireland. They had magical or druidical powers. Some sources believe they arrived from the lost island of Atlantis. They brought…

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