Rare Flower incorporates a fair few fairy myths, although accuracy isn't its concern. What does "real" fairy mythology look like though?
I took a fair bit of inspiration from Greek mythology when I was writing Rare Flower. Here, I explore some of the stories that were melded.
The fox holds a special place in lore around the world, often as a magical or "trickster" character. Why are foxes so darn appealing?
Main Squeeze deals with shapeshifting alien snakes who call themselves the naga. But what, exactly, is a naga? The concept has a long history, rooted in the sacred texts of many cultures.
In the realm of Riding the Dragon, it certainly is. Drake posits at one point that everything Cad thinks is magic is actually just science—science that might be beyond his comprehension or understanding at the moment.That leads to a question: Is what we consider “magic” just science? Many people will argue no, but it stands to reason. Looking to Mythology One of the reasons this theory stands up...
If there’s one mythological creature that seems to exist across almost every culture, it’s dragons.