I haven’t been doing much with this blog recently. I have been tinkering around and messing with parameters but don’t actually feel I have achieved anything new. So, no new curves except … well, here is something new, for me, anyway.
I’ve made an audio recording of a chapter from my book. No doubt I will aspire to vblogs (shudder!) at some point but here, for the very first time I put my voice on cyber space.
The promiscuous and vindictive Medb, queen of Connachta, incensed by her husband Ailil’s claim that he alone had made her rich and powerful, insists on a full inventory of their possessions to prove, finally, who is the richest.
Ailil possesses a semi-divine white bull, a descendent of the ancient gods of the Sídhe, and of the Tuatha de Dammam. Its only match, the Donn Cúailnge or the Brown Bull of Cúailnge, can be found in the kingdom of the Ulaidh.
Chapter 19, beins with mac Roth, Medb and Ailil’s steward, ordered to tally all their possessions and to report any discrepancies.