Just in case anyone may have missed it, Jane and I collaborated on a little book some time ago in which we retold in our own styles, the stories of some of the women from Irish myth. These are the forgotten love stories, and we fell in love with them as we wrote them. 😍. Sally has very kindly featured it on her blog, if you’d like to find out more. Oh, and it’s FREE on Smashwords, and always will be, so help yourself.
Today a book about love.. Ancient Irish style with passion and more than a little magic. Grá mo Chroí: Love Stories from Irish Myths is a collaboration between two authors Ali Isaac and Jane Dougherty, each bringing their own writing magic to the collection.
Long ago in a green island surrounded by protective mists, a people lived among the relics of a bygone age of which they knew nothing, not being archaeologists, but around whom they created a mythology. They were a volatile people, easily moved to love or war, and motivated by a strict sense of honour. They had women warriors and handsome lovers, wicked queens and cruel kings, precious heroines and flawed heroes. Magic was in the air, beneath the ground, and in the waves of the sea, and hyperbole was the stuff of stories. They were the Irish, and these are a few…
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