Jesus and Mary weren’t the first; throughout history, exceptional men around the world were said to have been born of virgin mothers. It’s still going on today: forty five women claimed to be virgin mothers in the US in recent years. And of course, Irish mythology is as rife with tales of virgin births as it is with stories of sex, violence, and tragic romance.
Me and my book-babies Conor Kelly and The Four Treasures of Eirean (Book One of The Tir na Nog Trilogy) and Conor Kelly and The Fenian King (Book Two of The Tir na Nog Trilogy) are now both… Read More
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