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My Mythology

14 February, 2019

My Mythology is now available to buy online!

If you prefer a paperback, you can find this volume as part of my paperback collection, This Is Me.

I’m releasing an e-version of My Mythology today because I know that a lot of people prefer e-books to paperbacks. I like both!


In volume two of Dragonscale Delvings, I deal with both serious and humorous matters. Death makes its way into my poems, understandably. But my flippant sense of humour is never far away – take Elf-conscious and Zombie Mushrooms, for instance.

I enjoy writing both short forms and epic poetry and you can find both kinds in this volume. Get a glimpse into my world of Nirunen, discover its historical characters that provide the background to my fantasy series, The Kaerling.

Some people think that poetry is just for poetic people. I don’t agree. Poetry is for everyone, whether or not you write it. My poetry is accessible, you don’t need a degree in English to read my work.

Take a look at the video about this volume at YouTube!

If you like video-poetry, check out Alien Watching and Compost Ghoul – both of which appear in this book!

And when you’ve had a chance to read My Mythology, I would love to know what you think about it!

Available at Amazon US, Amazon UK, Apple, Nook, Kobo and other online stores.

© Freya Pickard 2019


My Mythology – cover reveal

29 January, 2019


If you’ve already bought the paperback entitled “This Is Me”, you’ll have seen this cover on the back of that volume.

This is Volume Two of Dragonscale Delvings. The first volume Insides, is available both as an e-book and as part of my paperback poetry found in This Is Me.

My Mythology is the middle volume of the paperback and is my way of acknowledging all the sources of inspiration I have found in my life so far.

It’s due out on 14th February 2019. So if you love my writing and/or love me, please purchase a copy!

© Freya Pickard 2019

Cento – Summer Storm

27 March, 2013
clouds were gathering to the north, obscuring the mountains
above the city, the holy mountain, Thyr, looked benignly down
he’d been washed down from Black Seza, a place no sane man would go
his tattered robe was gone, to be replaced by a thickly brocaded robe of red and gold
he looked up and smiled, showing a row of gleaming white teeth
today Nashir, the stranger and a monk of foreign gods walked sedately by the king’s side
no words were said but her father’s eyes suddenly widened
quicksilver is named demon’s blood because it sends people mad
there is enough knowledge here in Variss to keep a man sated for life
support me, or you will be married to Malwyn Sigard
© Freya Pickard 2013
If you would like to read this novella by Elizabeth Baxter, please visit Summer Storm
To find out more about Elizabeth Baxter please visit Small Blonde Hippy
You can read my review at Clippings

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