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    1. HobbyWriter
      HobbyWriter
      Thank you. Right know I downloaded like several encyclopedias of Celtic Mythology (along with others) because I want to make a Fanfic (and because several elements would, one day, go with one of my stories) that mix-max several cultural belief in a single story. A sort of practice for writing and for my Toelf that I need to keep practicing (I'm dreadful writing in english, as is plain to see), so I wanted to see if you know a place or a forum where this information is shared or discussed.

      Thank you for your information and kind welcome.
    2. Druid of Lûhn
      Druid of Lûhn
      I learned all about it from picking it up in places, listening to a myth or two, but in truth I know hardly anything about Celtic lore. I've been told many times that when I talk about something I can make somebody believe I know it so it could be that.

      Otherwise the best thing to do is read stories that present the myths in certain ways: modern adaptations, "fairy" tales, ... I read "Sigurd and Gudrun" by Tolkien and have recently read "Beowulf."
    3. Druid of Lûhn
      Druid of Lûhn
      Welcome to TFF HobbyWriter!
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    Location:
    Mexico
    Occupation:
    Student and hopefully, an English teacher (after a
    I love reading and I'm trying to learn how to write. Not to become a publish author, but to let free my ideas.

    Reading, writting, visiting devian art, equestria daily

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    "The only thing that persist forever in this world is writing. If you writing managed to get the rough idea you started with in 50 years, you are the luckiest man in the world"