Tag: Arthurian legend

My Article About Traveling in Arthurian England in The Huffington Post

Wow, this is an amazing day. On top of my previous news, The Huffington Post released my article, “Traveling in the Footsteps of King Arthur and Guinevere,” a day early (it was supposed to coincide with my book release tomorrow). It made the… Read More

How You Can Help Make Daughter of Destiny Success

As many of you know, today is publication day for Daughter of Destiny! The buy links are on that page in case you wish to do so. The only glitch so far is that print isn’t showing up on Barnes & Noble… Read More

Once Upon a Time Tackles Arthurian Legend & Guinevere

The minute I heard Guinevere and King Arthur were going to be a major story line on Once Upon a Time this season, I knew I had to watch it. I wasn’t so much curious about the way they’d handle the whole… Read More

[Guest Post] Elaine of Corbenic by Tima Z. Newman

Today, my special guest is Tima Z. Newman, whose new book, Elaine of Corbenic, is new take on an often overlooked character in Arthurian legend. I personally love the character of Elaine and can’t wait to read Tima’s book. Take it away,… Read More

Brittany in Arthurian Legend

So, I’m back to Book 3 in Guinevere’s story, and am excited to be exploring brand new terrain: the land of Brittany. History Today, Brittany is part of northwest France, but in Arthurian times, it was its own kingdom, though often considered… Read More

Guest Post by J. P. Reedman: Cups of Gold: Writing the STONE LORD Sequel

Today I’m thrilled to welcome back J.P. Reedman for her second post here at Through the Mists of Time. (Here’s her earlier interview and my review of Stone Lord.) Her new novel, Moon Lord, is now available on Amazon. Take it away, J.P.! … Read More

Arthurian England Part 6: Tintagel – Legendary Birthplace of Arthur

The story of Arthur’s conception at Tintagel comes from Geoffrey of Monmouth’s History of the Kings of Britain. In it, Tintagel was the seat of the King Goloris and his wife, Iggraine. High King Uther Pendragon, Arthur’s father, falls in love with… Read More

Arthurian England Tour Part 5: Cadbury and a Tarot Writing Spread

“The rain may never fall til after sundown. By eight the morning fog must disappear.” – “Camelot” from the musical of the same name Learner and Loewe obviously didn’t have Cadbury Castle in Somerset in mind when they write these lyrics, because… Read More

My Morning in Glastonbury with Geoffrey Ashe – Part 1

Geoffrey Ashe is something of a rock star in the Arthurian community. Now 90 years old, this historian has written some of the most influential non-fiction books about King Arthur, seeking to uncover Arthur’s true identity and the locations of the legendary… Read More

Arthurian England Trip Part 1: Intro, Glastonbury & Wells

First off, thanks to everyone who entered our two year blogiversary giveaway contest! The winners are: King Arthur magnet: Mary Beth Lewis Location magnets and Cernunnos plaque: Wisher Figurines: Heather I will contact you by email to make arrangements to get your… Read More