Finishing touches are being made, the major, but not final, editing has been completed and Origins goes off to beta readers by the end of this week. I’m still on track for publication. Snippet for today: “This time Eros went the whole hog. He chose an Irish vessel, lived in Ireland for over thirty of […]
#Coronis delivered important news, then asked if rain was required. #Himeros played his lyre amidst the joy of a #fae wonderland. The gods had arrived and it was a blood bath, but it was those gods of #fertility and #sexual desire that caused the most havoc. Did they say, ‘ #Orgy anyone?’ #Theodora knew the […]
Charybdis: The Gigantic Whirlpool Monster by Mythology & Fiction Explained The enormous whirlpool monster of Greek mythology, Charybdis. We discuss how she featured in Greek mythology and how she was related to Scylla.