I seem to have been touched by the Muse this week, having completed two essays this week (and having started a third), as well as making a start on a powerpoint presentation that I will be giving in August as well as undertaking some additional reading with respect to the upcoming workshop that I will be presenting on the Dark Goddess (in May). All of this has been fitted around work and other "normalities" that occur in my life.
As I already have a number of devotional titles produced by Bibliotheca Alexandrina, and riding the high of having two essays being accepted for forthcoming titles to be produced by Avalonia Books, I have decided to see if I can produce something suitable for Bibliotheca Alexandrina, with my chosen "virgin" Goddess being that of Neith.
As with all my writing in general, reseaching the subject matter is part of the journey that I thoroughly enjoy for you never know where you may end up, following up on difference references and suggestions that you come across. And when the subject just happens to be a lesser known Deity, then there can be like a door to another world opening up.