Tag Archives: Brittany

March 2014 Contest: Post a Picture

Nature. Cheaper than therapy. Great sentiment, huh? It was posted by Sacred Mists, and I don’t know if it’s original to them or came from somewhere else, as most things internettish seem to circulate a bit. The idea is so … Continue reading

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The Making of a Book Trailer

I’m not quite sure what to do with it–besides telling all my friends to check it out on YouTube, of course–but Death Speaker now has a beautiful book trailer, and I am very proud. I shouldn’t be too proud because … Continue reading

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Allee Couverte

The Allee Couverte Du Mouhau Bihan sits on private property in Finisterre Dept., Brittany, France. It wasn’t put up by Celts (or Gauls), but by the Neolithic people that preceded them. It’s about 5,000 years old, and you get a … Continue reading

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Ancient Traditional Walk in Brittany

In my humble opinion, Brittany is one of the loveliest areas in France. I offer as evidence my only picture of Locranon, a town with bodacious hydrangeas. (Since I set half of Death Speaker in Brittany, you may already suspect … Continue reading

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Crossroad Markers

Crossroads appear in Death Speaker. As one ghost tells Emyn, “A crossroads is a dangerous place to tarry.” At a crossroads, the boundaries of the physical and spirit worlds meet and under the right circumstances, ghosts could venture into our … Continue reading

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