This Halloween, Escape to Greece with an Evil Witch- “The Raven Witch of Corfu,” is on Pre-order!

I can't wait to share my review of the "The Raven Witch of Corfu." What a fabulous spooky story filled all with the romance and splendor you would expect from Corfu... but, there's an evil witch afoot. The ending blew me away! ~Colleen~ Today, I have a great recommendation for you! This month, Amazon bestselling … Continue reading This Halloween, Escape to Greece with an Evil Witch- “The Raven Witch of Corfu,” is on Pre-order!

Colleen’s 2018 #Book #Reviews – “Tales from the Irish Garden,” by Author, Sally Cronin

Title: Tales from the Irish Garden Amazon Author Page: Sally Cronin Illustrated by: Donata Zawadzka Publication Date: September 24, 2018 Formats: Paperback & Kindle Genres: Romance, Fantasy Goodreads IN THE AUTHOR’S WORDS: "The queen of Magia and her court have fled their sun-filled Spanish homeland and the palace beneath the magnolia tree. Arriving on the backs of geese and … Continue reading Colleen’s 2018 #Book #Reviews – “Tales from the Irish Garden,” by Author, Sally Cronin

“The Fairy Witches,” A #Tanka

The prompt words for my Weekly Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge are charm and time, from which to find your synonyms. For charm, I'm using sorcery, and for time, I'm using spells. The Fairy Witches   Ancient sorcery - spells shared to nourish others, a benevolence toward well being, not gain my love shared, rewards received. © … Continue reading “The Fairy Witches,” A #Tanka

Beautiful Legend Of La Befana – Witch Who Delivers Gifts To Children In Italy On Epiphany – Twelve Days After Christmas | Ancient Pages

  Witches usually get a bad rap but La Befana, is a special lady. I LOVE the magical pagan elements of this legend. Enjoy. ❤ Share this: Ellen Lloyd – AncientPages.com – In most countries children await the arrival of St. Nicolaus or Santa Claus who will bring them gifts. In Italy children eagerly count the … Continue reading Beautiful Legend Of La Befana – Witch Who Delivers Gifts To Children In Italy On Epiphany – Twelve Days After Christmas | Ancient Pages

Scottish Witch Trials: When Witches Communed with Fairies

Scottish Witch Trials: When Witches Communed with Fairies 4/23/2017 *Note: because this article touches on topics that I have expanded on in great detail in other articles, I have linked to related articles throughout the text so you can read more. Our modern conventions tend to view the realms of fairies and witches separately. Witches … Continue reading Scottish Witch Trials: When Witches Communed with Fairies

Colleen’s #Book #Reviews – “The Reunion, Book 3 of the Ragworts Chronicles,” by Author, Belinda Miller

Title: The Ragworts Chronicles – The Reunion Amazon Author Page: Belinda Miller Print Length:  126 Pages Publisher: Winterfrost Publishing Publication Date: November 2017 Sold By: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English ISBN-10: 099786267X ISBN-13: 978-0997862676 Package Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.3 inches Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Formats: Paperback Note: Not eligible for Amazon Prime. Genres: Children's literature, Children's fantasy (ages … Continue reading Colleen’s #Book #Reviews – “The Reunion, Book 3 of the Ragworts Chronicles,” by Author, Belinda Miller

Introducing, Andrea Kaczmarek and “Pink Wish Ice Cream”

Welcome to P'kaboo Publishing Sunday where I like to introduce you all to an exciting new author, Andrea Kaczmarek and her new book called, "Pink Wish Ice Cream." *** My name is Andrea Kaczmarek and I retired from teaching a couple of years ago. I still teach at my old school, but just one day … Continue reading Introducing, Andrea Kaczmarek and “Pink Wish Ice Cream”

The Elf Killer – Part Two

My friend Melissa Barker-Simpson sponsors a weekly writing contest called "Mel's Midweek Writing Menagerie." Each week on a Thursday, she posts a new prompt, and contributions will are shared via Featured Fiction. Check out her personal blog to get all the rules. Here are the options for this week: Option 1: Sentence Starter – "What the hell do … Continue reading The Elf Killer – Part Two