Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Update on the Muses

Only The Brightest Heaven and No Funny Stuff are still available from The Wild  Rose Press HERE

The other muses have mostly re-published their stories under their own names.
'Dancing With Fate', revised and with a lovely new cover by Miss Mae, is available on Amazon

If you do a 'search' on Amazon you should be able to find the rest of the Muses if they've republished!

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

New Review for Dancing With Fate

My author just received this lovely review from Kelley of CK2S Kwips and Kritiques. Kelley said

"Hywela Lyn has packed enough adventure into Dancing with Fate to rival a full length novel. I am a huge fan of stories of Camelot and the famed King Arthur and Merlin so I was especially intrigued by the connection between those tales and this book."

You can read the rest of her review Here:

Thursday, March 5, 2009


What's that delicious aroma?

I'm being roasted today at the Book Roast blog:

OK the roasting and grilling is purely metaphorical, but I may be asked to give away a few insider secrets! There's virtual hot chocolate and marshmallows, something a little stronger for those who wish it, and your favourite barbecue food.

Stop by and read an excerpt from 'Dancing With Fate. Answer a question at the Book Roast blog and you may win a download and some other goodies. Ask your own questions or just chat. Be sure to leave a comment, then check back in later. I'll be popping in as often as I can with my Author, Hywela Lyn to make sure Dionysus has laid on enough wine and Ares and Hades aren't turning the grill into Hellsfire! *Grin*

Terpsichore, Muse Of Dance

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

I am so excited!

I've just heard that my story 'Dancing With Fate' is up for 'Book Of The Year' at LASR in the novela section. 'Dancing With Fate' is one of the 'Songs Of The Muses' series which features myself and my eight muse sisters.

There are some really great stories up for this award, so it's really hard to ask for your vote - but if you read the review and do fancy voting for it, it would be SO much appreciated and I'll dance for you in my dreams.
My ‘muse sister Thalia is also in the running with her great story in the same series ‘No Funny Stuff’ which is a wonderful story and I’d be almost as happy to see her win as to win, myself. The Link is HERE

The Best Book of 2008 poll will run until Saturday, February 14th, which is, of course, the day you mortals call Saint Valentine's Day. I think my sister Erato is going to be very busy on that day! *grin*. Speaking about mortals, I have a yearning to visit the your world again. I must speak to Zeus and Apollo to see if a mortal is in need of enlightenment and inspiration. I'd better ask the mortal who records my adventures to stand by in case I have need of her again.

Monday, February 9, 2009

A Review for The Brightest Heaven

The Brightest Heaven was reviewed by The Long and Short of It:

"The Brightest Heaven is beautifully written and entirely unpredictable. "
"Dialogue is snappy and believable."

Read more:


Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Bitten by Books Review of The Victory of Lugh

The Victory of Lugh has been reviewed by Bitten by Books

Review by Sarai

I enjoyed Hymnia’s personality, her interaction with the deities was priceless and I loved that she can be quite the spitfire. Of course, that trait makes her all the better a match for a dragon....this story and series has brought Greek mythology to life in a wonderful way and I highly enjoyed the addition of Celt and Irish myth to this tale.

4 RIP Gravestones out of 5!

Monday, December 1, 2008

A Quiet Life (a note from Urania)

Urania at the Gate
After the upheaval caused by the man-made Gate (which tale my storyteller Masha Holl has related in The Brightest Heaven), I am only too happy to rest and enjoy a quiet time on human Earth.

Even with all the changes in his life, Daniel remains the bright spirit I saw first on the rocky beach of Maine. He still fills my soul with his creative fire. And having to live as human isn't quite the harship many Olympians would have you believe. Especially in these cozy, comfortable times.

I must admit, I have been seduced by electronics. Games, computers, graphic applications... And Zoe, Daniel's daughter, with her thirst for knowledge and her neverending creativity, is no less a delight, especially when she sits down to work at her computer and lets it absorb her to the exclusion of anything else.
I could say that I am happy. But I have a cautious nature. I have been too well taught by relatives and acquaintainces on Olympus to rest easy long. It has been years since anything serious has called either Daniel or me to our duties. Something is bound to break our fragile peace. And my destiny is tied so closely with his, and with his daughter's, that I still cannot see anything of our futures.
Now Zoe is preparing to leave for college. A new life is opening up for her. Olympus has vowed to watch over her for the length of her mortal life, but even Zeus cannot gainsay the Fates, and not even he knows what they are weaving into Zoe's life thread.
I sense... something. Imminent. Momentous. I may have to call on my scribe again to write down these impending events.

Ancient Musings

Ancient Musings
Calliope's Story

Highland Muse

Highland Muse
Melpomene's Story

Destiny's Light

Destiny's Light
Euterpe's Story

The Brightest Heaven

The Brightest Heaven
Urania's Story

Erato's Tears

Erato's Tears
Erato's Story

Dancing With Fate

Dancing With Fate
Terpsichore's story

A Love Beyond Time

A Love Beyond Time
Clio's Story

No Funny Stuff!

No Funny Stuff!
Thalia's Story

The Victory of Lugh

The Victory of Lugh
Polyhymnia's Story