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Forgotten Fairies of Irish Folklore

ish fairy tales and folklore are populated with a wonderful collection of magical creatures and supernatural beings. Leprechauns are so famous they can sell breakfast cereal, and many people have heard the legend of the Banshee - but what about the rest? From the shapeshifting selkies to the mischevious pookas , and from the lonely giants to the terrifying dullahan , these fascinating characters of Irish folklore deserve to be remembered and shared with future generations around the world.

Hunted: A New Adult Shapeshifter Anthology by W.J. May, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00R0D0A6O/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_K1iivb17TT6DS

The Alpha Meets His Match (A paranormal romance) (Shifters, Inc.) by Georgette St. Clair, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FA0SCM8/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_XsC4sb0NGQE3H

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Celtic Mythology: The Tuatha De Danann/Sidhe: The Tuatha De Danann are known throughout ancient Ireland as the people of the goddess Dana/Danu (also known as mother). It's important to note that throughout history she became known as Brigit, who then got absorbed into Christian beliefs as a saint. According to the Annals of the Four Masters, the Tuatha De Danann ruled Ireland from 1897 to 1700 BC.