Monthly Archives: December 2018
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Dec. 25 to January 1 Thousands of free or discounted books at the Smashwords Store. Among them is my romantic and hot Once Upon a Night https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/776280
Merry Christmas and joyful New Year! Happy reading and writing!
Some people believe they could trace their ancestry to Charlemagne; some used to believe they were descendants of dragons. South Slavic heroes, great warriors and sometimes noblemen were thought to be of dragon blood. Dragon (“zmay”) in South Slavic mythology … Continue reading
Vampire proper, the Slavic vampire from my previous post, seems to be the progenitor of the entire fictional vampiric race. A piece of documented history: The first recorded mention of the word “vampire” dates from 1672. In a small village on … Continue reading
Myths and legends about blood suckers are known in many ancient civilizations such as Egyptian, Mesopotamian and South American, but one of the most famous such creatures – a vampire – originated in Slavic mythology. Its heritage has been preserved … Continue reading
Probably the most poetic beings in Slavic mythology are the vilas, creatures that lived away from people, in forests or near rivers. Immortal, always young, always females, vilas were known for their beauty, grace and magical powers. River vilas, forest vilas, … Continue reading