Mythology Hop

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The Druid by S.G. Rogers

published by Musa Publishing

An Asgard Adventure Book One: The DruidAn adventurous woman meets a romantic hero from the pages of a book, bigger than life and twice as Elvish.

Kidnapped from Earth and abandoned in Asgard of Norse mythology, Dani Avery must fight to return home.  When she stumbles upon a band of outlaws, Prince Rein agrees to take her to the Rainbow Bridge personally. Although Dani is attracted to the handsome elf, his only interest seems to be in separating her from the magical sword and shield at her side. In Asgard City, rules, regulations and bureaucrats stymie Dani’s quest.  Increasingly frustrated and desperate, she seeks help among powerful immortals. Unfortunately, Dani becomes ensnared in a devious trap that may leave her stranded and alone in Asgard forever.



Outside, a flickering light in the adjacent parking area cast a moody pall. Even though the lot was deserted, Dani quickened her pace. Suddenly, out of nowhere, two towering figures with indistinct forms and features pinned her from either side. One of them spoke in a voice that was neither male nor female—or human.

 “Druid, we have you at last.”

 She was too shocked to react for a moment. But when something like clammy tendrils of rubber cement began to curl around her wrists and upper arms, Dani was galvanized into action. Although she tried to beat the ectoplasm out of her assailants, the tendrils continued to form until she was nearly immobile. Then, the shadowy figures dragged her into another plane of existence.

 No longer in the Avery Dry Cleaners parking lot, Dani and her kidnappers had materialized in a field of electric-blue grass laced with broad swaths of green four-leaf clover. The sunlit sky was unlike any Dani had ever seen. The color was a kaleidoscope of intense periwinkle, purples, and pinks, with an occasional silvery wisp floating past. Reminiscent of the aurora borealis, the effect was dazzling, but Dani could scarcely enjoy the view in her current predicament.

 She was lying in the grass, trussed up like a turkey, and utterly helpless. Unable to speak because of the rubbery tendrils across her mouth, Dani could only glare at Ninn and Ginn. Moments ago, the creatures had appeared spectral, but now they were vividly clear. They were humanoid, but the facial features under their hooded capes were strangely avian. Ninn prodded Dani’s thigh with the toe of his black boot. “It’s a female,” he chirped.

 “I hate to admit it, but this definitely ain’t the Druid.” Ginn massaged his beakish nose, swollen even larger from close contact with Dani’s knuckles. “A shieldmaiden, I’m guessing, from her combat skills,” he said. “What should we do with her?”

 “Send her back to Midgard?”

 “Can’t.  She’ll warn the Druid we’re looking for him.”

 “Let’s dump her in Helheim.”

 “Ah, that would be too cruel,” Ginn said. He gave a diabolical chuckle. “But I like it.”

Who is your favorite mythological character?

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22 Responses to “Mythology Hop”

  1. donna lawrence

    My favorite mythlogical characters are the pegasus and Thor

  2. jwitt33

    My favorite mythological character is Persephone!

    Julie Witt, jwitt33 at live dot com

  3. elven johnson

    I like Ra!

  4. Brent

    I don’t have a favorite.

  5. Jo

    Athena – I like the fact that she is the goddess of wisdom and strategy.

  6. DoingDewey

    Mine is Athena 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway! kxw116[at]

  7. Christina T

    I really like Artemis!
    Christina (huntress023(at)hotmail(dot)com

  8. 최다해 gongjumonica

    My favorite mythological character is Athena! 🙂

  9. Tiffany Sill

    I love Poseidon 🙂

    Tiffany Sill

  10. KatrinaDoes

    The fates are pretty cool. 🙂
    oneagainst at hotmail dot com

  11. Jen Haile

    I love Egyptian mythology so Isis is my favorite!

  12. erma

    My fav mythological character is Persephone

  13. Caroline

    Athena is my favorite 🙂 Anubis is a close second 😉
    Caroline McMaster

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  15. Suz Reads

    I like many but I think Athena is my favorite! Thanks for this amazing giveaway – I would love to win!

    susanw28 (at) mindspring (dot) com

  16. Joy F (@harvester5905)

    Athena is my favorite.

  17. Jenn

    My favorite would have to be Athena! You gotta love that the Greeks chose to make the god wisdom and the rational side of war a woman!

  18. Kassandra Fuentes

    I love Athena, Apollo and Artemis, Psyche, Furies, and Gaea :D!
    -Kassandra Fuentes
    email: ssweett_rebelde(at)hotmail(dot)com

  19. Daniel M

    medusa because she scares me! – regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

  20. Alicia

    From Greek mythology, I would say Athena or Artemis. I haven’t really read much about other types of mythologies, but I am starting to find more books based on them, so I am learning as I go – it’s fun!

    Thanks for having the giveaway!

    dmr8888 at yahoo dot com

  21. nrlymrtl

    Hephasteus’s tale is fascinating – crippled by Zeus and yet he made some of the strongest armor and weapons.

    nrlymrtl at gmail dot com

  22. Kaci Verdun

    I’m a big fan of Greek mythology and my favorite charachter is Athena! Thanks for the chance to win!

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