Category Archives: Myth

MUSINGS 9 JUNE 2019

Myths are born from humans using relatively little information and weaving it into a story which keeps fear at bay, or at least to manageable proportions – to make us feel as if we have a significant impact on the … Continue reading

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L Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future 2016

I was fortunate enough to receive an “Honorable Mention” in this contest last year and provided with a certificate for my efforts. I tend to reticent to display such awards, playing down their significance. Maybe its time I stopped that … Continue reading

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Where did September go?

And put the brakes on 2013. I should really be pushing my latest publications: Pixels: The Cause and the Cloud Cuckoo and Mythic Blood (The Milesian Revised) as two excellent reads of Ireland past and of legend. If I say … Continue reading

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ALERT ON MYTHIC BLOOD KINDLE

This unique weave of Irish myth, history and fantasy is available on Kindle. Have a great read. Mythic Blood    

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Books to illuminate and agitate

I know my latest novel, Pixels: The Cause and the Cloud Cuckoo, doesn’t ape the well-worn pattern, but instead follows the convoluted recollections of a traumatized mind of a man being assessed for mental health. But our memories don’t really … Continue reading

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