I worked on this book for about nine months so pretty cool to see the final product. Buy a copy why don’t you! (You can pre-order from Megalithic.co.uk or Amazon or your local bookshop!) That’s my pic of Lundin Links as well - get me I’m a as well as an

When I joined masto, I gravitated towards following creative peeps and noticed a thing that's pretty common to all of us: we feel guilty for promoting places that people can buy our work or otherwise support us financially. So I started the #CreativeToots hashtag for that very reason. Got an Etsy page? Online store? Patreon? Selling a piece of art? Throw that tag on it. Do it with unfettered abandon. Everyone else: Look at that tag for artists to support. Buy their stuff. Help them create. <3

Can we bring #FolkloreThursday over from birdsite? A village near where I grew up in Cornwall has several reported sightings of an Owl-Man with glowing eyes. (More in this local news report which is a joy in itself: cornwalllive.com/news/cornwall )

This arrived this morning. If you like set in Ancient Rome (or anywhere at any time to be honest) you should check out LJ’s books, which are excellent.

I had a nightmare last night. I quite like nightmares but this one was very unsettling. I mean, obvs. Anyway I was involved in some kind of magical working that was going badly wrong, the spell unravelling dangerously around us.Had to wake myself up.

This is Ballylumford Dolmen, (2018). My mum took this photo, she and dad spent two unnaturally hot weeks in NI this summer.

Clach Mhic Mhios, (2015)

A very fine standing stone in the absolute middle of nowhere. (Sutherland is the emptiest place I've ever been.)

Nympsfield long barrow is a Cotswold-Severn burial chamber. The mound has long since gone. It's a busy and popular place with fine views and picnic tables which meant it was quite hard to get any pics. (2018)

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