Brigid’s Light: Cover Reveal and Pre-Order!

I’m delighted and honored to share that my short story “Sisters” will be published in a new anthology next year through Weiser Publishing! The book is called Brigid’s Light: Tending the Ancestral Flame of the Beloved Celtic Goddess edited by Cairelle Crow and Laura Louella. May my latest story honor Brigid and my Irish ancestors. Currently,Continue reading “Brigid’s Light: Cover Reveal and Pre-Order!”

A Brigit of Ireland Devotional: Sun Among Stars — A Review

As many of you know, I worship and serve the goddess Brigid*. One reason I wrote my novels is out of service to her; to portray modern, polytheistic devotion to her and other members of her godly family. So when I was given the opportunity, I jumped to review an ARC (advanced reader copy) ofContinue reading “A Brigit of Ireland Devotional: Sun Among Stars — A Review”

Show Love to the Land by Localizing Your Practice

Valentine’s Day brings a focus on relationships. Though I don’t observe the holiday with my husband (my daughter is obsessed with it), I’ve spent the week thinking about my connection to the land. Perhaps it’s the lingering winter and my desire to garden and forage again, or maybe it comes from my discipline kicking inContinue reading “Show Love to the Land by Localizing Your Practice”

Three Things Thursday: Writer Spotlight, Winter Gardens, and Waffles

Once more, in an effort to update my blog more regularly, here’s another installment of Three Things Thursday! Three mini posts nestled together in one for your viewing pleasure! 1) Hagstone Publishing recently released a little interview with me. In it, I share one of the most significant, spiritual moments of my life. It actuallyContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Writer Spotlight, Winter Gardens, and Waffles”

“The Mandalorian” and Brigid

If you haven’t finished season one of “The Mandalorian” on Disney+, fair warning: there will be some slight spoilers below. *** If you’ve been watching the show, you’ve seen the amazing armorer who dwells in the enclave amidst maze-like sewers. We don’t know much about her, but the main protagonist of the show clearly respectsContinue reading ““The Mandalorian” and Brigid”

Turning on the Heat

Last weekend, my husband and I performed an annual ritual: cleaning the heaters and turning on the heat. We were extra thorough this year. He dismantled and even removed them from the wall to perform additional maintenance. I cleaned the inside, wiping the metallic vertebrae that distributes heat. I used this time to reflect onContinue reading “Turning on the Heat”