Okay, so this post has nothing whatsoever to do with myths or legends or paranormal whatsis. Unless, of course, you count the fact that it’s about my visit to the land of Torchwood and Captain Jack Harkness. That counts, right? As you know, Friday I took a day trip to Cardiff. No, not the one … More Mythos Monday: Captain Jack Says “Hi”
By now you’ve probably figured out that not only am I obsessed with Ancient Aliens, but that I’m also obsessed with the supernatural in general and the theory that much of what we view as the “supernatural” could be explained by, well, aliens. Granted, this is not the only theory I find fascinating, but it … More Mythos Monday: More Angels and Aliens
Lately I’ve found myself fascinated by tales of the The Great Deluge. That apocalypse of early man that wiped out life as we knew it, and started everything over from Day One. If you grew going to Sunday School like I did, you probably know the tale. Just in case you don’t, it goes … More Mythos Monday: The Flood
““When men began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to them, The sons of God saw that the daughters of men were beautiful, and they married any of them they chose. Then the LORD said, “My Spirit will not contend with man forever, for he is mortal; his days will be … More Mythos Monday: The Nephilim – Angels or Aliens?
I’ve blogged before about my love of the show Ancient Aliens. Heck, if I’m honest, I’m just obsessed with the possibility of life on other planets full stop. I even devoted this weekend to some good old alien romps. First there was a viewing of Monsters followed by Battle: Los Angeles (Is it just me, or … More Mythos Monday: We Are Star Stuff
Today I have a very special guest blogger here at Ye Olde Blog. Ms. L.M. Pruitt is not only my friend and critique partner, she’s also the author author of the kick-ass urban fantasy novel Shades of Gray and the brand new psychic mystery novel Taken. I’m ridiculously thrilled for her to be here today. … More Mythos Monday: Angels Among Us
I’m really thrilled to let you all know that Dragon Warrior is now available on Kobo! No word yet on when Kissed by Darkness and Kissed by Fire will be available there, but I’m sure it will be soon. I’ll definitely let you know as soon as it happens. This is so exciting because I … More Mythos Monday: Kobo and the Fairy Queen
What does steampunk have to do with mythology or, indeed, paranormal-supernatural-whatsis? No idea. But you all know I love me some steampunky goodness, so I just had to sneak it into the Christmas holiday somehow! What is steampunk anyway? Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction, fantasy, alternate history, and speculative fiction that is set in a time or place where steam power … More Mythos Monday: A Very Steampunk Christmas
I guess I’m in a bit of a holiday mood today. I’ve got my tree up, my advent calendar open, and girlfriend is ready for business! Being an ex-pat American and living thousands of miles away from my family has meant that I’ve had to redefine what the holidays mean to me. Some family customs … More Mythos Monday: Roman Misrule, Pagan Yule, and an Attitude of Gratitude
Wouldn’t it be nice to know just what your future held? For instance twenty or so years ago, wouldn’t it have been great if somebody told you to invest in a little company called “Starbucks.” I bet there’s an agent or two out there who wishes somebody had told them to take a chance on … More Mythos Monday: What Does Your Future Hold?