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The Antrim Cycle · 18h ago

Book Review: Sun Valley, Moon Mountains by Ajax Minor

Jaq and Kate live in Sun Valley, Idaho. The past year has been hard for them as they lost their baby daughter, Ur, but they manage to keep on with their lives as best they can. Suddenly, the...
The Antrim Cycle · 2d ago

Book Review: Sally by J. Schlenker

Sally Barnes was a real person, born a slave in 1858 and dying at the age of 109 in 1967. Using genealogical records and interviews, the author has put together an entertaining and interesti...
The Antrim Cycle · 3d ago

Trad Tuesday: High on a Hill by Kate Rusby

High on a Hill is written by Kate Rusby, so only a traditional song in the sense of its format and sound. Kate is backed up here on mandolin and vocals by Chris Thile.Lyrics:High on a hillTh...
The Antrim Cycle · 5d ago

Book Review: Fools Gold by S.C. Wright

Kana, Vincent, Chloe, Lola, and the rest of their extended 'family' are living in the wilds of China in this third book of the Sanctuary series when a dragon flies over their home and disrup...
The Antrim Cycle · 5d ago

Book Tour and Review: The Shipbuilder by Salina B Baker

Historical FantasyDate Published: April 10Publisher: Culper PressIn the summer of 1869, beleaguered for-hire killer Zach Dimitru arrives in Eastport, Maine, bearing an amulet and searching ...
The Antrim Cycle · 1W ago

Trad Tuesday: The Bells of Rhymney sung by Oysterband

The Bells of Rhymney was first sung by folksinger Pete Seeger, using words written by Welsh poet Idris Davies. The lyrics to the song were drawn from part of Davies' poetic work Gwalia Deser...
The Antrim Cycle · 1W ago

National Poetry Month

Painting by Vladimir Rumyantsev is National Poetry Month. I share this every year, one of my few poems ever to see the light of day...
The Antrim Cycle · 1W ago

Book Tour and Giveaway: Startoucher by C.J. Odle

Sci fi / FantasyDate Published: February 17, 2018Humanity is put on trial by the aliens who seeded life on Earth.
The Antrim Cycle · 1W ago

Reader Tour & Giveaway

Do you love reading romance books featuring people of color? Join us on the Reader Love Tour & Giveaway where it’s all about YOU. Enter daily giveaways for African American, Interracial, and...
The Antrim Cycle · 2W ago

Trad Tuesday: Nil Na La performed by Solas

Nil Na La is a traditional song. It means 'Daylight has not come.'  This version is one of my favorites and performed by Solas.Tá na caoirigh ag ithe an gheamhair Tá na gamhna ag ól an bhain...