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Witches, Healers, Heroines...

Readers who are familiar with my books know that a few of my heroines are healers. My first heroine who was a healer was Lil Prescott in Rebellious Bride, a western I wrote many years ago. She wanted to learn medicine and the old doc who taught her also encouraged her to learn from the ‘old woman in the woods.’…

The Devil's Den Part One

“Someone bought the Devil’s Den?” “McDevin Manor,” Dagon corrected his wife. Sarina placed their eight-month-old, sleeping son Alexander in the cradle not far from the sitting room’s large fireplace tucking the soft blue, handmade knit baby blanket around him. Castle Rasmus could be a drafty place and with autumn proving colder than usual in Scotland this year fireplaces were kept…

Bryce MacAlpin blogs about witches in the highlands…

There is fear and awe of witches in the Scottish Highlands. It is know that they exist. No one would dare dispute that.  No one would dare take a chance. Whether the old women wise in the way of the woods, knowing the roots and plants that heal or bring suffering, or those with a knowing that can see the…

Contest Time

The celebration continues with a special contest and of course it involves witches. What did you expect when this is the month of Halloween Magic. :) And what better witches to make part of the contest than the witches from my Wyrrd Witches series: The Wedding Spell, Magical Moments, Magical Memories and Remember the Magic. To enter the Halloween Magic…

Let Halloween magic begin...

October is the month of trick–or-treat, plump pumpkins, candy corn, ghosts and ghouls, black cats and witches hats. It’s a month packed with magic when not only kids get to dress in costumes and pretend but so do adults. There is so much history behind Halloween that it is sometimes hard to separate truth from tale. I’ll sprinkle some facts…