Wednesday, April 13, 2016

K is for Krishna

This month is the A to Z Blog Challenge and I've chosen to cover the topic of deities. I'll post a deity from religions across the world, past and present. Many of these inspire the gods within the books I write. I find the topic fascinating and hope you enjoy each post this month.

K is for Krishna

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Hindu God

He is the 8th incarnation of Vishnu

According to legend Krishna was not only divine, but heroic as well. He is alleged to have defeated numerous dragons and monsters, and eventually as predicted, killed his half-uncle the tyrannical king Kamsa.

~Sabrina A. Fish is the author of YA Fantasy novellas Lost HavenRoad to Nowhere, and The Gilded Cage. You can follow here or go to her website to learn more about her books.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

J is for Jesus

This month is the A to Z Blog Challenge and I've chosen to cover the topic of deities. I'll post a deity from religions across the world, past and present. Many of these inspire the gods within the books I write. I find the topic fascinating and hope you enjoy each post this month.

J is for Jesus 


Christian God the Son, the second of a Divine Trinity

The central figure of Christianity

Born of a virgin

Christians believe that Jesus' crucifixion and subsequent resurrection enables humans to be reconciled to God.

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Jesus is my favorite of all the world's deities. Because of his Grace, I know that despite my sins, I am forgiven. 


~Sabrina A. Fish is the author of YA Fantasy novellas Lost HavenRoad to Nowhere, and The Gilded Cage. You can follow here or go to her website to learn more about her books.

Monday, April 11, 2016

I is for Inanna

This month is the A to Z Blog Challenge and I've chosen to cover the topic of deities. I'll post a deity from religions across the world, past and present. Many of these inspire the gods within the books I write. I find the topic fascinating and hope you enjoy each post this month.

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Sumerian goddess of love and war

Ishtar is her Babylonian counterpart

Gilgamesh scorned her advances

~Sabrina A. Fish is the author of YA Fantasy novellas Lost HavenRoad to Nowhere, and The Gilded Cage. You can follow here or go to her website to learn more about her books.

Saturday, April 9, 2016

H is for Horus

This month is the A to Z Blog Challenge and I've chosen to cover the topic of deities. I'll post a deity from religions across the world, past and present. Many of these inspire the gods within the books I write. I find the topic fascinating and hope you enjoy each post this month.

H is for Horus

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Egyptian Sky God

Also known as the Falcon God

Often depicted as a stylized eye

Horus is more than one god put together. He is the Falcon God, the king of Egypt and the lord of heaven.

~Sabrina A. Fish is the author of YA Fantasy novellas Lost HavenRoad to Nowhere, and The Gilded Cage. You can follow here or go to her website to learn more about her books.

Friday, April 8, 2016

G is for Gaia

This month is the A to Z Blog Challenge and I've chosen to cover the topic of deities. I'll post a deity from religions across the world, past and present. Many of these inspire the gods within the books I write. I find the topic fascinating and hope you enjoy each post this month.

G is for Gaia 


Primal Greek Mother Goddess

Her union with Uranus(the sky) and Pontus(the sea) produced the heavenly gods, the Titans, and the Giants.


~Sabrina A. Fish is the author of YA Fantasy novellas Lost HavenRoad to Nowhere, and The Gilded Cage. You can follow here or go to her website to learn more about her books.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

F is for Frigg

This month is the A to Z Blog Challenge and I've chosen to cover the topic of deities. I'll post a deity from religions across the world, past and present. Many of these inspire the gods within the books I write. I find the topic fascinating and hope you enjoy each post this month.

F is for Frigg 


Norse Goddess of Love & Fertility

Wife of Odin

Foremost among the Aesir goddesses

Closely associated with Freya, a goddess of both the Aesir and Vanir tribes of deities. Frigg and Freya were at one time the same deity.

~Sabrina A. Fish is the author of YA Fantasy novellas Lost HavenRoad to Nowhere, and The Gilded Cage. You can follow here or go to her website to learn more about her books.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

E is for Epona

This month is the A to Z Blog Challenge and I've chosen to cover the topic of deities. I'll post a deity from religions across the world, past and present. Many of these inspire the gods within the books I write. I find the topic fascinating and hope you enjoy each post this month.

E is for Epona 


Celtic Horse Goddess associated with fertility, a cornucopia, horses, mules and  oxen
who accompanied it's soul on its final journey.
This goddess is unique as she was adopted by the Romans and a temple was erected to her in Rome.

~Sabrina A. Fish is the author of YA Fantasy novellas Lost HavenRoad to Nowhere, and The Gilded Cage. You can follow here or go to her website to learn more about her books.