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Arthurian legend, Medieval Ireland, Young adult fantasy, Tristan and Isolde, Exploring faith, Folklore retelling, Celtic mythology

Waves of Light
by Maggie Logan




The blood of the Tuatha de Dannan tribe flows through the young Irish princess, Isolde, who believes in the Old Ways. Isolde honours earth, air, wind, and fire and worships the Mother Goddess, Danu, who breathed life into the Isle of Eire. But just as Isolde is poised to take the throne, she encounters the winds of change in her beloved land. When her lover, Tristan, comes to her from King Arthur’s court, they go together into the countryside to learn about Christianity, the faith brought in by the Romans, which is rapidly pushing out the ancient pagan religions of Ireland.

In an enchanting blend of myth, folklore, and history, Waves of Light takes the reader on a journey of discovery in which the budding Queen Isolde learns that ideals must sometimes be set aside to make room for the new, and that leadership is about creating change that can be believed in. Set in a pivotal time in Irish history, this companion book to Waves of Darkness offers a fresh, original, and beguiling take on Celtic folklore and culture.

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This is the sequel to Maggie's first book, Waves of Darkness. She is currently writing Waves of Love which is the story of Marie mac Domnaill, who is a descendant of Tristan and Isolde living in the Viking period of Ireland's history. Maggie was a retired teacher, curriculum creator, and writer's workshop leader for forty years. She has a Master's degree of Education and Reading, Literacy and Leadership. She has a passion for Celtic folklore and literature. Having traveled to Ireland many times, she has been fortunate to visit Wexford, Kildare, Dunlace Castle and many of the sites mentioned in this book. She lives in Michigan USA with her husband and Rory her Golden Retriever. She has ten grandchildren.


Maggie Logan is a retired teacher and curriculum creator, and has been a writer’s workshop leader for forty years. She has a master's degree in education, reading, literacy, and leadership and a consuming passion for Celtic folklore and literature. On repeated visits to Ireland, Maggie has visited Wexford, Kildare, Dunlace Castle, and many of the other locations that figure into Waves of Light.

In addition to this book and Waves of Darkness, the first book in the series, she has two books of poetry: Sometimes I Write and Wanderlust ... Poetry of the Other Worlds. Keep an eye out for Waves of Love, the next book in her Celtic series. Maggie and her husband live in Michigan with Rory, their golden retriever. They have ten grandchildren.


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