In April of 2015 I took part in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge. For the entirety of April I published a blog post once a day with the exception of Sundays, twenty six posts in total, one for each letter of the alphabet. I toyed around with a few different ideas for themes but ultimately decided to stick with my first love of Scottish mythology and folklore. If that’s not your thing, 1508 other people signed up to do the challenge so you’re bound to find something that interests you in there. 

I tackled a range of subjects with my twenty six posts, from mythical beasts and heroes and heroines to interesting historical bits and bobs and my own retellings of Scottish folk and fairy tales. There was even some tartan thrown in there as well – any excuse!

A is for Assipattle and the Stoor Worm
B is for the Blue Men of the Minch
C is for The Caoineag
D is for Dia Greine, the Sun Goddess
E is for Each-Uisge, the Water Horse
F is for am Fear Liath Mor
G is for the Ghillie Dhu
H is for Hobyahs
I is for Ian, the Soldier’s Son
J is for Jinxes and Incantations
K is for Kate Crackernuts
L is for the Lady of Lawers
M is for Maighdean-Mhara, the Maid of the Wave
N is for the Nine of Diamonds
O is for Ogham, the Tree Alphabet
P is for Plant Lore of Scotland
Q is for the Queen of Elfhame and True Thomas
R is for Redcaps
S is for A Selkie Tale
T is for Saint Triduana
U is for Ùruisgs
V is for the Vestiarium Scoticum, and a History of Tartan
W is for Whuppity Stoorie
X is for eXcalibur: The Tale of Canobie Dick
Y is for Yird Swine
Z is for Z-Rods, Combs, and Double Discs: Pictish Stones

You can also read my April A to Z reflections post here

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