A Magical Irish Cottage and How It Isn’t Connected to The Dead Shall Live
Well, isn’t that a fetching title for post? But it’s true. There isn’t a cottage like this in my book. But I have to admit I watched Bealtaine Cottage videos from time to time to get me back into the Irish frame of mind whilst writing The Dead Shall Live.
If you want to get a glimpse of this magical cottage in the west of Ireland and imagine yourself living in such a place, you’ll be blessed with 18 minutes of calm, warm, Celtic beauty.
I’m sure I’ll share more about Bealtaine Cottage but for now, get yourself a cuppa and settle back for a cozy chat.
In the meantime, I’m looking for some lovely Irish tea* to send a friend for the holidays.I love tins and I love wee little things, so I may get this little set.
Plus, the middle tin is loose tea. I love loose tea!
Even though I don’t know how to read tea leaves. Which reminds me of something else I’ve been thinking about. Hmmm, who would I give this to?
* I first wrote about Irish breakfast tea in the book Scandalous, which is not magic but just might have a hovering spirit watching over all…
And it happened one Christmas.
How perfect is that for a December blog post?
So tell me, would you want a fortune telling tea cup? How about lovely little tins of tea?
Or would you rather stick with the hot guy in the tux?