Category Archives: mythology

Which Witcher?

If you tried to watch the series “The Witcher” last year and found it too graphic, I won’t blame you if you ran away. The only reason why I watched it at all was by recommendation from a YouTuber that … Continue reading

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Reading Challenge 2021, Part One

Once again, I challenged myself to read fifty titles before December 31. This year I thought I’d try to read several books outside my usual go-to genres (romance and cozy mysteries). It just so happened that some of my Christmas … Continue reading

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Bigfoot and Nessie

My Favorite Mythical Creatures By Jeff Salter Before I explain how I can’t select just ONE creature to discuss today, let’s get something straight about the term “mythical.” If you find 100 people who DON’T believe griffins, unicorns, and flying … Continue reading

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Flying High

This week, we’re asked about our favorite mythical beast. Due to my aversion to animals, the word beast automatically makes me shudder. I’m really not familiar with many myths, other than some of the Greek and Roman gods. I looked … Continue reading

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