The ‘Magick’ of Ireland with Author Patty Taylor


A warm welcome to my friend and fellow author, Patty Taylor, here to share about her fascinating Irish heritage and upcoming Celtic fantasy romance.

Dunluce Castle #1 edited(Dunluce Castle–This image and all others by Patty Taylor)

Good Morning Everyone. ๐Ÿ™‚ ย I wish to thank my friend and mentor, Beth, for inviting me as a guest today on her lovely blog. I feel honored to be here and hope I can come back again as soon as my first novel, โ€œMortal Magickโ€ is released in June by Soul Mate Publishing.. By then, Iโ€™ll be able to share my cover and a peek at a few of the other stories Iโ€™m currently working on.ย I write fantasy/paranormal romance withย a wee bit of magical lore woven into all my stories. I โ€œlove animalsโ€, and enjoy spinning exotic fibers on my spinning wheels where Iโ€™ve blended my beloved Samoyeds (dogs) undercoats with alpaca, sheep and even Angora wool. Iโ€™m hoping one day for the opportunity to get my hands on some white wolf undercoat (or any wolfโ€™s undercoat), but thatโ€™s another story…

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I enjoy centering my adventures in various places like Scotlandโ€™s mystical Isle of Skye, the magical Glens of Antrim in Northern Ireland and the secluded wilderness of Alaska โ€“ where fairies, brownies, shape-shifters and mythical creatures come to life.

The person who influenced me the most to pursue my writing, was my beloved Mother, Evelyn V. Taylor. Her own story of how she came to live in the United States and became a citizen of this country has always inspired me. Born and raised in County Down, Northern Ireland, she served in the British Army during WWII where she met and fell in love with my tall and handsome Daddy, a US Sergeant. Soon after they were married, she crossed the ocean by ship by herself, to wait the arrival of my Daddyโ€™s return to the states. Iโ€™ll always admire her strength and courage for beginning a new adventure in a strange country with no family of her own, to start a life with the man she fell in love with and raise a family.ย  And with the discovery of my father having American Indian heritage, both cultures have made a huge impact on my imagination.

Glens of Antrim, Gorse1(Glens of Antrim with gorse in bloom)

I inherited her superstitions and respectful beliefs in the wee people and fairies, along with her love for reading and storytelling. Mom was the first to introduce me to the magical world of โ€œThe Chronicles of Narniaโ€ by CS Lewis. On my last visit to Ireland, my cousin, Yvonne, took me to see the Wardrobe statue outside the library in Belfast and I even sat in the chair. There were happy tears that morning. As a child, I fell in love with the movies Darby Oโ€™Gill and the little People and the adventures of Gulliverโ€™s Travels, along with many other Walt Disney Movies she took me to see. To this day, I still tear up watching the โ€œQuiet Manโ€ โ€“ one of my motherโ€™s favorites.

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My beloved husband, Michael, still comments how he believes Iโ€™ll always remain a kid at heart, and I have both my parents to thank for that. Especially my Mom, as I still treasure the wee mustard seed necklace she gave me as a child to teach me about having faith. Without realizing it, she also planted another special gift deep within my heart. To never abandon my dreams, and my love for the enchanting world of fantasy and Magick.

(Patty sitting in front of the famous wardrobe that leads to Narnia.)

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(Images from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis, taken in a Belfast Library. ***Beth has to jump in here to say that this is my favorite author and book. I love all the Chronicles of Narnia, but this one is the best.)

Back to Patty: I feel blessed to be fortunate to visit my Momโ€™s home for the very 1st time in 2010, and got to see the building where my parents first met, the places she took my Daddy to visit and the mystical country where she was raised.ย  Like stepping back in time, my imagination ran wild with the reality of finally seeing the magical qualities of this beautiful and amazing country. ย Iโ€™m delighted to share a few photos from my visit.

And we are delighted to see them, Patty. Wonderful pics!

ย lace-cap hydrangea(Fairy flowers–Lace-cap hydrangea)

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Gorse in bloom(More gorse in bloom with quaint cottages)

Iโ€™m also excited to have this wonderful opportunity today to share a wee bit about my first published novel, โ€œMortal Magickโ€, a time travel fantasy romance coming this June.

Giant's Causeway stepping stones 1When an immortal Highlander falls in love with a human witch,โ€Mortal Magickโ€ soon casts a spell of its own.ย 

Story Blurb:

As Keara, a modern day reluctant witch from Maryland, finds herself whisked back to 18th century mystical Isle of Skye, sheโ€™s taught lessons in both magic and love after being rescued by the rugged and extremely handsome Highlander, Duncan McCord. To add a wee touch of โ€œwhen beauty meets beastโ€ charm to their adventure, along with the mischievous antics of a whimsical Scottish Brownie character, named Darby, Keara soon discovers that Duncan is dealing with a serious problem of his own. Heโ€™s been cursed to live a nocturnal life of half man and half beast for eternity.

I hope all of you will help me celebrate and look forward to reading my story, Mortal Magick, and the future sequel, Sea Wolf Magick.ย  ย 

โ€œGet ready for two magical adventures – Journey across the

Mystical Isle of Skye, to the Enchanting land of Fire and Ice . . .”

To find out more about me and my books, please stop by and visit my new ย website at: ย http://www.pattytaylorauthor.com/ย 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI also invite you to follow me on Twitter under Patty Taylor, Author, and follow me on Facebook.

Thanks once again to my gracious and kind friend and host, Beth Trissel, for having me here today, and to all of you that took the time to stop by to meet me and leave your comments ๐Ÿ™‚

Lovely to have you, Patty. I look forward to your return to the blog and your exciting new release in June.

(Images of Giant’s Causeway Stepping Stones and Primula Candelabra above)

*** Patty will return in May for a post on spinning and sheep, with pics! I can’t wait. And again in the summer for a post on fairies and when her new book comes out., Then again in the fall for our focus on ย C S Lewis, including pics from her next trip to Ireland. We both love The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and the Chronicles of Narnia. ย 

131 responses to “The ‘Magick’ of Ireland with Author Patty Taylor

  1. Good Morning Everyone. And I wish to take this opportunity to thank my good friend and talented host for setting all this up for me ๐Ÿ™‚ And thanks, Beth, your very kind invitation for me to return ๐Ÿ™‚ I would also like to take a wee moment to invite everyone to my new website and blog this weekend to enjoy more photos of my visits.

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  2. What a wonderful post, Patty! I love your beautiful pictures of Ireland and enjoyed reading about your mom and dad. But most of all, I am so looking forward to your release of Mortal Magick!!! Thank you for sharing with us.

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  3. What beautiful photos! I loved reading about the inspiration for your writing. My daughter loves the fairies that she sees in our gardens and will likely hold to this belief for all her life – just like your own mother! ๐Ÿ™‚ I look forward to reading your work!

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    • Thank you Catherine! I think that’s wonderful about your daughter! I’m sure she will cherish her belief in the wee fairies – I know I do ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for posting and hope you will enjoy reading Mortal Magick come this June!

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  4. Squeee!!! so excited to share in your first post, Patty. I absolutely loved all the Narnia books, couldn’t get enough as a kid. Your photo’s are gorgeous, and as you know I’m so jealous of your upcoming return. I just have to say wow in regards to you mum, she sounds like an amazing and brave woman. Best of luck with Mortal Magick. Can’t wait to read the rest. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Thanks Sophia! I’m thrilled to be here today and soooo excited! Many happy tears flowing here this morning ๐Ÿ™‚ Yes, my Mum was an amazing person. I know in my heart, she’s looking down on me today with that lovely smile of hers ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Wonder author, beautiful pictures, and a great lady!

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  6. One place on earth I’d like to spend more time is the Glens of Antrim– thanks for the wonderful photos! You’ve shared your heart with us today ๐Ÿ™‚ –katie o’boyle

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  7. Beth, your site rocks!! ๐Ÿ™‚ –katie o’boyle

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  8. Lovely post, ladies. Patty, congrats on your pending release. Mortal Magick sounds wonderful. And such gorgeous photos! I wish you much success with your writing, and may you return to Ireland often.

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    • Thank you Pat! I appreciate your support! This fall will probably be my last visit for a very long time. I’m looking forward to spending time with family and friends again. Will of course, be taking many more pictures to share ๐Ÿ™‚

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  9. Loved your pictures, Patty. Brought back memories of my trip to Ireland. Looking forward to your book.

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  10. winonabennettcross

    Lovely, lovely post. Photos that stole my heart. A story to look forward to. I do believe in fairies, magic, and love. Thanks, Beth, for introducing us

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  11. I loved your beautifully illustrated post, Patty. I’m wishing you the very best with your book!
    ~Cate

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  12. Wow, what wonderful pictures!

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  13. Love the post, Patty! Great job!

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  14. Great read, wonderful pictures – well done!

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  15. What a romantic story of your mother! You are very blessed to take a trip back in time to ireland. i hope to visit inverness, Scotland where my grandmother was born, but no romantic story….yours is a lovely story and pictures. Blessings on your ventures ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Thank you Karla! Yes, I feel very blessed to have visited my wonderful Mum’s home where she grew up. I was so pleased to see the area where she met my Daddy and visit certain places where they walked and fell in love ๐Ÿ™‚ I truly hope you get a chance to visit Inverness! And blessings to you as well ๐Ÿ™‚

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  16. Beautiful pictures and a lovely story about your parents and how your mother influenced you. Looks like a dream experience.

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  17. I’m looking forward to your new release, Patty! I love seeing the pictures you take of Ireland, and hope to see more of the Giant’s Causeway. I’ve never seen them close -up, always from a distance.

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    • Hi Gerri and thanks for stopping by ((Hugs)) I will be posting more photos of the lovely Giant’s Causeway this weekend on my new website and blog, so hope you get a chance to stop by and visit ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you for all your support!

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  18. So proud of you Patty, loved all of the pictures and can’t wait to get Mortal Magik!

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  19. Bless your heart, thank you Kathy! I will definitely have a signed copy for you ((Hugs))

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  20. Loved the story of your parents. How romantic! I’ve liked and followed you so I can hear more about your upcoming release.

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  21. Thank you so much for this wonderful post!

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  22. Fabulous post and photos, Patty. I’m definitely looking forward to more from you.

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  23. Patty~ The photos you shared are absolutely beautiful and the story about your parents was as well. I am very much looking forward to reading Mortal Magick ๐Ÿ™‚ May I also add that I am so very jealous that you got to see and have your picture taken by, the wardrobe that leads to Narnia? So..so jealous! Best of luck with Mortal Magick I hope it is a huge success for you. I am a huge fan of Beth’s myself and I am so very happy that she pointed me towards this blog today… she does know what I like ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Thanks LeeAnn. Indeed I do, and I am also jealous that she got to see the magic wardrobe. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Thank you very much, LeeAnn! I didn’t even realize I was going to see any of this – much less be this close to my favorite author’s famous wardrobe statue! It was a day I’ll treasure always!!! And the librarians were wonderful, showing me the archives of his work ๐Ÿ™‚ It definitely would have been a “magical treat” if I could have stepped inside that wardrobe and was transported to Narnia! Oh my – the stories I could share then ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks again for stopping by and sharing the “magick” of this day with me ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • Definitely, Patty. The old Virginia family homeplace in the valley has an old wardrobe that I often popped inside as a child, hoping to be transported to Narnia. However, the rules are that you never get to go when you are actively trying to get there, so I’d feign nonchalance. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  24. What a wonderful book it sounds like it will be. As a lover of Ireland myself–my current WIP begins in Donegal!–I found myself falling even further in love with Ireland due to your great pictures. I’ll be in Donegal in June this year–would love to find time to make it over to Belfast to see the Wardrobe sculpture!

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    • Hi Beppie and thanks for stopping by for a wee bit and posting! My cousin is taking me to Donegal this fall (will be my 1st visit there) and I can hardly wait!!! I hope you make it to Belfast to see the wardrobe! People have traveled from all over the world to visit it ๐Ÿ™‚ And wishing you well with your current WIP! Thanks again!

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  25. Oh my goodness, we sound like kindred souls, Patty! What a delightful post. I can’t wait to get your book Mortal Magick and I wish you the very best of success with it! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  26. What a beautiful post! I love all your photos, Patty, and also the story of your parents love. Congratulations on the book release!

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    • Thank you Vonda!!! I’m glad you enjoyed the photos ๐Ÿ™‚ I always enjoy looking at your lovely photos from Scotland! I feel blessed to have the parents I did, they were wonderful people ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for stopping by and for your support! I appreciate it ๐Ÿ™‚

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  27. What a fun article! Patty, your enthusiasm is infectious, and I’ll be damned if I’m not hankering to get back to Scotland. Best of luck with the release of Mortal Magick! – Keiti/Ceit E. McIntyre

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    • I’m delighted you enjoyed it! I hope you get back to Scotland soon, Keiti/Ceit ๐Ÿ™‚ I loved it over there too! I have a set of Grandparents from Scotland – such a magical country! And thanks for your good wishes in regards to my 1st release ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • I’m giggling – Keiti is my “real” name – Ceit E. is my pen name. I wanted something Scottish, family related, and which I wouldn’t forget. lol Spent a year in Scotland doing my masters. Would go back over for my PhD if I could find the money. (I say that like it’ll be found under a rock or something… lol)

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  28. I loved your post Patty! I’m an Irish girl myself and your beautiful story almost had me undone. Beautiful photo’s and prose. I’m going directly to face book and friend you! Good luck with your book! And Beth, thanks for the heads up! So glad I didn’t miss this one! Good luck with your book too! When does it come out? Have a wonderful day ladies! โค

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  29. Great article, Patty. You almost make me miss Ireland. *almost!* Maybe one of these days I’ll go enjoy it as a tourist. Best wishes for a successful release.

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  30. Patty, how wonderful to “meet” you here on Beth’s lovely blog. You and I are like-minded people. My husband and I have watched the “Quiet Man” so many times we can quote along with the dialogue. Darby O’Gill was the first movie in which I saw Sean Conney. I love Ireland and would like to spend a few months a year there, but life and pocketbooks don’t cooperate with my dreams. When your series releases, please let me know and be a guest on my blog. Beth can give you my email.or you can find me on Facebook–make sure you contact the right person as there are two of us with this name.

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    • Thanks Caroline. I forgot to mention how much I enjoyed good old Darby O’Gill.

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    • It’s lovely to meet you as well, Caroline! And thank you so very much for your kind invitation to be a guest on your blog ๐Ÿ™‚ I would love that! I will get Beth’s email from you later ๐Ÿ™‚ And oh my! Sean Connery – I LOVE that man!!!! I loved him playing the part of the dragon, too!!!!
      He’s “always” been one of my all time actors ๐Ÿ™‚ We “must” chat soon! I fell in love with Darby O’Gill the 1st time my Mum took me to the movies to see it. She let me cover my head in her lap when the part of the Banshee came on! I’ll definitely be in touch soon! and thank you so very much for stopping by and posting!

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  31. Beautiful pictures! Congrats on the upcoming release ๐Ÿ™‚ So excited for you!!!

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  32. Wonderful…gorgeous pictures too! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  33. Patty …. loved it, can’t hardly wait for your book’s debut in June. Please keep us posted as to a definite date, as time approaches. Do you have any other appearances or events in the works for the near future. Would like to hear about them . “Mortal Magical” will definitely be in my future reading!

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    • Hi Terry! Thank you for stopping by and posting ๐Ÿ™‚ Beth has kindly invited me back as her guest again, so as soon as Mortal Magick is released, I’ll be letting everyone know ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ll be posting later on at my own site, the different dates I’ve scheduled this fall and winter for local author events. I can’t wait for you to read my Mortal Magick! And I’m currently working on the Sequel, “Sea Wolf Magick” which journeys to the Island of “Fire and Ice” ๐Ÿ™‚ This book even has a miniature wee dragon in it, called “Kalista” – and of course some wee fairies too! Thanks for your support!

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  34. Your photos are so wonderful, Patty! I particularly love the yellow gorse (you know why). I enjoyed reading about your family, too, and the inspirations of your childhood. I’m so excited for you with the upcoming release of your wonderful first novel, Mortal Magick (and looking forward to seeing the cover). I know how hard you’ve worked for this. Congrats, my friend. You’ve earned it! (Mร iri)

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  35. Great post! I can’t wait to hear more about the spinning. It fascinates me! If you wear/bring something to a meeting I’ll probably be touching it a lot. Fair warning. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  36. A great blog and fantastic photos, Patty! Thank you. Releasing your first book is…well…it’s just magic. Enjoy every minute.

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  37. Thank you for your support and very kind words, Mairi! ((Hugs)) I’m really excited about this book – this is one story that tugged at my heart until it was finished! And yes, I love the beautiful gorse! If you get a wee chance, please stop by my site this weekend to see more ๐Ÿ™‚ I have some lovely photos of the gorse covering the beautiful green landscapes right in front of the ocean. I can’t wait to share my “wee Darby” with everyone!

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  38. Gorgeous pictures, Patty! And can’t wait for your book. (:

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  39. Mortal Magicked sounds like is going to be a really good book. You take beautiful photos, Patty. I look forward to this book in June.

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    • Thank you Angela for your kind words ๐Ÿ™‚ I hope you enjoy reading Mortal Magick once it comes out! I know I’m excited ๐Ÿ™‚ And I also have to thank my cousin, Yvonne, for helping to take some of these photos I’m sharing ๐Ÿ™‚

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  40. Very lovely post, and the pictures were quite magical too! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  41. Very lovely post, and the pictures were magickal too! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  42. I had to read this twice. It was so moving and inspirational. Thank you for making me aware so I can share your happiness. ..much love to you.

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  43. I loved your post and share your excitement about a soon to be released novel!! Best of luck!!!

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    • Thank you so very much!!!! I’m delighted you enjoyed the post ๐Ÿ™‚ And thanks for sharing with my excitement – I’ll always be a wee kid at heart, thanks to my both my parents ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Patty, wordpress just informed me that your post has received more likes than any other ever on my blog!

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      • OMGOSH!!!!!!!!!!! Bless your heart ((hugs)) Thank you so very much for sharing this with me! and for having me be a guest on your lovely blog! I can’t wait to come back again and share more photos of the sheep, my spinning, “My new cover of Mortal Magick” and of course many more photos this fall ๐Ÿ™‚ More happy tears!!!! THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR MAKING THIS DAY SO SPECIAL and making this happen ๐Ÿ™‚ ((Hugs))

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      • I’m thrilled for you. Your post has also broken the record for stats in a day!

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  45. Really enjoyed your post. Have always wanted to visit Ireland and some of the other countries near. Your book sounds wonderful.
    Sue Bk

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    • Glad you stopped by, Sue ๐Ÿ™‚ I sincerely hope you get the chance to visit these countries one day. I’ll never regret going to see my Mum’s home ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for your kind words about my book! I’m excited ๐Ÿ™‚

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  46. What a wonderful site you got to be a part of. Can’t wait to read your books. I love Narnia also. We enjoy the same things because we have always been like sisters. Keep up the good work. Love ya

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  47. I just wanted to take a wee moment to once again thank my gracious host, Beth Trissel for having me as her guest today! I can’t wait to return and share more photos of my adventures in Northern Ireland and share a wee bit about magical fairy lore ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m so excited and will definitely be posting a photo of my cover of Mortal Magick once it gets released ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks again everyone for making this day such a wonderful success! It was truly a pleasure meeting all of you! and don’t forget to come visit my website this weekend to see more photos ๐Ÿ™‚

    Patty ๐Ÿ™‚

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  48. Patty and Beth,
    Love the photos and your story sounds great, can’t wait to read it in June! Congrats on your book and on breaking records. ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ll be sure to check out your website.

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    • Thanks for posting, Stacey ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m delighted you enjoyed the photos and I hope you’ll enjoy reading Mortal Magick when it comes out ๐Ÿ™‚ Looking forward to you visiting my site! Please feel free to sign up under the “subscribe” – every time I make a new post – it notifies everyone ๐Ÿ™‚

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  49. I’ll definitely keep checking back, Beth ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m happy to meet people and reply ๐Ÿ™‚ It’s been my pleasure being here and can’t wait to come back ((Hugs)) This was truly a wonderful event I’ll always cherish ๐Ÿ™‚

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  50. Hi Patty,
    Just got home and thought I’d stop by. I love the pictures and stories about your past. The mustard seed necklace your mother gave you is a wonderful idea. Iโ€™m very glad that you are going to be entertaining us with stories that bring magic to our lives and imagination. I look forward to your book!
    Have a Magical Day!!!!
    Dawn

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    • Thank you for stopping by and posting Dawn! I’m delighted you enjoyed the photographs and my sharing about my family ๐Ÿ™‚ I still have that wee necklace my Mum gave me – I’ll treasure it, always! Thanks for your support and kind words ๐Ÿ™‚ You have a magical day as well!!! and hoping you can stop by my new website and blog this weekend to enjoy more photos ๐Ÿ™‚
      I’ll definitely keep everyone posted as soon as Mortal Magick come outs.

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  51. Loved the pictures! Great post! Can’t wait for your book! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  52. Beautiful pictures, Patty. It looked like a wonderful trip. Hooray for your coming release!

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  53. Fascinating post and gorgeous pics! All the best to you, Patty!

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    • Thanks for stopping by and for your well wishes, Anastasia ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m glad you stopped by and enjoyed the post and photos! The best to you as well ๐Ÿ™‚

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  54. I enjoyed your post here Patty very much.Thanks to Beth for inviting me to read it.I look forward to reading more.;)

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  55. What incredibly beautiful pictures. And God bless your mother, she sounds amazing. Wishing you the very best with your new release, Patty. It sounds wonderful. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Best Regards,
    ~Sky Purington

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    • pandamagick017

      Thank you for the lovely comment about my Beloved Mum. Yes, she definitely was an amazing lady and I miss her terribly. We were planning a wee visit to her home so she could visit one last time, but unfortunately she fell very ill and was unable to make it back. When I traveled on my own to meet my other family, I knew she was with me ๐Ÿ™‚ I know in my heart, she’s smiling down from heaven ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m delighted you enjoyed the photos and thank your for your support!

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