Like the Native Americans, Celtic traditions were handed down through the generations. Irish born Lizzy Shannon takes us through the 13 months and single day of the Druidic calendar. Explore legends and superstitions, find out how to make honey mead, hand-made soap, and learn about the Celtic astrological signs that are based on the Dryadic personalities of individual trees. Discover which sign you were born under, who your Celtic spirit animal guide is, and which deity rules your sign. "A Celtic Yearbook is chock-full of surprising recipes, odd bits of folklore, and delightful dashes of history. Where else can you find a book that contains a love potion and a way to become invisible? A perfect gift!" - Brenda Cooper, author of Mayan December. Foreward by Jay Lake, winner of the John W. Campbell AwardÜber den Autor:
Lizzy Shannon is a multi-faceted best selling author and editor. Her published works span many genres, including live stage plays, science fiction novels, fantasy short stories, drama/thriller screenplays, and a children's Japanese picture book. Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Lizzy is proud to celebrate her 9th birthday this year as an American citizen. Lizzy's career is as varied as the genres she writes. Starting out as a library assistant in a Northern Irish rural town, she moved on to study Theater Arts and Literature in London, and toured the United Kingdom as a professional actress. Roles ranged from the goddess Hecate in Shakespeare's Macbeth to Gustav, the Amazing Dancing Bear in a clown troupe. Now living in the Pacific Northwest, she worked briefly as a Consultant with the Ricia Mainhardt Agency in New York, and is a Board Director and Awards Coordinator with the Willamette Writers, the largest not for profit writer's organization in Oregon.
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