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Blame my Mother, I do.  Symbols on a map denoting a Standing Stone, Tumuli, Dolmens or another Neolithic site will have me making a detour.  Often ending up wandering through dense undergrowth, muttering it must be here somewhere.  75 kata lagi


New Cover Art

I updated all the versions of the novella fixing some typos and with a new cover that better represents the spirit of the story – and a scene from the past… hope you like it! 73 kata lagi


The English Edition of Menhir is now ready

After a long wait, and I’m sorry for that, I finally managed to publish the English edition of Menhir.

You can find it on Amazon, in esclusive for Kindle Unlimited: 25 kata lagi


Menhir - Hiding In Light

Label: Tartarus Records

A bit of (pre)history to start the review: a menhir is a standing stone, most commonly found in Western Europe, but also in parts of Africa and Asia. 441 kata lagi


Roquefort – The Lacaune Ewe and the Fleurine Caves

I may have mentioned this before, but I am a cheese monster. I can never get enough of the stuff and there’s nothing better than a wedge of cheese, some slices of cured sausage and an apple for lunch. 736 kata lagi

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Stonehenge isn’t the only prehistoric monument that’s been moved – but it’s still unique

A great article by Professor of Archaeology, UCL – Mike Parker Pearson:

I led the team of researchers that discovered that Stonehenge was most likely to have been originally built in Pembrokeshire, Wales, before it was taken apart and transported some 180 miles to Wiltshire, England. 961 kata lagi

The Legend of the Monk and the Nun

While travelling in Sardinia and Corsica I came upon this story on both of the islands. It goes something like this: Many, many years ago, there was a monk and a nun who fell in love. 172 kata lagi

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