Book Review – We Were Mothers

We Were Mothers by Katie SiseMy rating: 4 of 5 stars'We Were Mothers' was a dramatic break from my usual reading, and I opened her pages with no expectations. I was blown away by the realness that Katie Sise wrote into her characters. Somehow, it was as if every relatable housewife/mom/mother/sister/friend had been rolled into …

Book Review – The Song of Achilles

The Song of Achilles by Madeline MillerMy rating: 4 of 5 starsAnother beautiful read, authored by the immensely talented Madeline Miller. I found that I did not like this novel quite as much as I enjoyed 'Circe,' but this more than filled my quota for mythological retellings for the time being. ⁠⁠Upon first glance, you …

Writing Druids in Fiction

First and foremost, I feel there must be made the extreme clarification that the druids that I write of in my fiction are simply the best interpretation I have made of the druids of the past. I have then applied this interpretation to the fantastical world that I have created. In this world, they face …