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 Welcome to Myths, Legends, Books & Coffee Pots — the blog that loves everything mythological and historical, oh and let's not forget great books! I am passionate about British folklore and in particular the stories of Arthur and his Knights.

I am humbled by the number of visitors my blog generates every month, and I am truly grateful to all of you for stopping by and reading my posts.

Would you like to be a guest on my blog?

If you write Historical Fiction, Historical Fact, Historical Fantasy Fiction or Mythological Fiction then you are more than welcome to contribute to this blog.  There are three themed Guest Posts to choose from. They are:

Author’s Inspiration

What inspired you to write? Some authors like to talk about their fascination with a historical event, a person etc... Where as others talk about their overwhelming need to get their story down on paper. 

Life in the time of…

This post is for you to explore a historical era, event, person etc… It can even be about a character in your book as long as it stays in theme with the blog. 

Folklore Thursday

You may have seen the #FolkloreThursday hashtag trending on Twitter ~ this post embraces this weekly event!  As the name suggests, this post is all about folklore!

For more information please email me, author@maryanneyarde.com

If you would prefer to chat on social media, then you can find me on Twitter and Facebook.

You can also find me over at Mary's Bookcase and A Small Gang Of Authors.

Book Reviews

Due to the high level of demand, I am currently closed to new book review submissions. I will update this page when I am ready to consider new reviews.

Short Bio

Mary Anne Yarde is an award winning author of the International Best Selling Series — The Du Lac Chronicles. Set a generation after the fall of King Arthur, The Du Lac Chronicles takes you on a journey through Dark Age Briton and Brittany, where you will meet new friends and terrifying foes. Based on legends and historical fact, the Du Lac Chronicles is a series not to be missed.

Born in Bath, England, Mary Anne Yarde grew up in the southwest of England, surrounded and influenced by centuries of history and mythology. Glastonbury--the fabled Isle of Avalon--was a mere fifteen-minute drive from her home, and tales of King Arthur and his knights were part of her childhood.

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See you on your next coffee break!
Take Care,
Mary Anne xxx