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“Most writers – poets in especial – prefer having it understood that they compose by a species of fine frenzy – an ecstatic intuition – and would positively shudder at letting the public take a peep behind the scenes.”
Edgar Allan Poe

My Least Favorite Disney Movie-Larisa

Larisa reveals her least favorite Disney Movie in time for Fairy Tale month!


My Least Favorite Disney Movies-Sheal

Sheal talks about her least favorite Disney Movie for fairytale week


My Favorite Disney Movie-Larisa

Larisa talks about her favorite Disney Movies.


My Favorite Disney Movie-Sheal

Sheal reveals her favorite Disney Movie for fairytale week.


My Disney Me-Larisa

Larisa shows off her Disney side for fairytale week.


My Disney Me-Sheal

What do I like about Disney? Actually, I don’t particularly care for Disney or Disney movies. I can take them or leave them to be honest. I’ve never been much into the fluffified versions of Brother’s Grimm or the perversion of peoples and their cultures by Disney.


Countdown to Disney Week Begins NOW!

It begins! Its the week of mice, mermaids, magic and more, as we celebrate the wonderful world of Disney.


The Adventures of Jeri The Fairy and Dog by Rebecca Loren Kelterborn

A fun little story by contributing author Rebecca Kelterborn.


Kingdom Hearts, A Review

Exploring Kingdom Hearts for fairytale month.


How to Make a Fairytale Flipbook

Special FeatureFairytale Flipbook Sheal Berube Do you remember sitting in class and seeing the quiet kid next to you busily doodling at the corner of his or her notebook? I can bet they were making a flipbook drawing. Ever wonder wide-eyed how to do one of your own. It's a fun and easy thing to Read more…


Rhoswen Cosplay

Direct Links to Rhoswen Cosplay and a GIANT thank you for her amazing interview!


An Interview with Rhoswen Cosplay-Part Three

Final Part of our interview with Rhoswen Cosplay a cosplayer and fashion designer.

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Fairy Tale Themed Merch!

Just in time for fairytale month we made some amazing swag so that you too can go and live the adventure of your favorite mythical creature, warrior princess, dashing knight, bad ass dragon, or whatever else your imagination dictates! All merchandise is available from our new Teespring shop where you can help support independent publishing Read more…


An Interview with Rhoswen Cosplay-Part Two

Part Two of our interview with Rhoswen Cosplay, a cosplayer and fashion designer.


An Interview with Rhoswen Cosplay-Part One

Part One of our Three Part interview with Rhoswen Cosplay a cosplayer and fashion designer.


Sue’s Flight-Freebie Of The Month

Freebie Of The Month-Sue’s Flight, a charming little story about an elephants dream to fly.


How To: Create A Fairytale-Part Three

Now we know who our hero and villain is, and we know where they live.  Now, we have to give them something to do!  So, let’s give them a problem to solve or an obstacle to overcome. This is called conflict and it’s super important in any story.-Part Three


How To: Create A Fairytale-Part Two

In the last post, we created our two main characters: the hero and the villain.  We also decided on the moral of our fairy tale and started thinking of how we wanted our hero to learn that lesson.  Now, let’s create the world they live in!-Part Two


How To: Create a Fairy Tale-Part One

Over the next 3 posts, we’ll be creating our very own fairy tales!  We will discuss some of the main parts of creating a fairy tale, along with some helpful hints along the way to help get your creative engines going.  So, let your imaginations run wild and let’s have some fun.-Part One-


Once Upon A….

Its Fairy Tale month here at The Three Little Sisters! All month long you will find content related to fairytales including TWO interviews with some famous fairytale advocates and role players. During the month of May we are here to say, we wish you a Happily Ever After as we take you away into the Read more…


More Than My Bindings

When creating a book, the thought of it being a ‘living thing’ is something that I believe is felt by those who sincerely love books. They see books as not just a thing that provides knowledge, research, controversy, comfort, escape, stability, and more.

Our Podcast Launch with Featured Guest Kailey Bray

We have the BIGGEST news! We are launching a podcast called Nevermore, aptly named to match our love of Poe (that visitors to our website might have already noticed with our Quoth The Publisher title to our blog). The podcast’s first episode is with an amazing guest!!

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Barn Cat Swag!

We are so excited to launch The Happy Barn Cat's official kitty mascot. Grab this little darling on a shirt, a mug, a pillow, a wall hanging, the skies are the limit! All profits from our shop help support our publishing house! Grab some swag and show off your love of cats today! Take Me Read more…


English, What is it?

Special FeatureFrom: Black Cat Editing By: Sheal Berube Olde & Middle The differences between Them: Ever wanted to write in “Olde English”? First you need to understand what Old English is, what Middle English and how it influenced our Modern (the one we use today) English. When I started researching for this particular blog post, Read more…


Wrapping Up Awareness

It certainly has been a week of learning about addiction and it's far reaching consequences. Reflecting on the stories that we featured here, there is one very common and universal thread. That addiction is an ILLNESS. There IS help. You're NOT alone! View All Posts for Awareness The House That Booze Builton 01 April 2019, Read more…


Resources for Parents to discuss addiction

Talking to children about addiction is not an easy feat. We have to enable our children to see the true nature of life at times. Open discussion on addiction and mental health gives them the tools to know when something is wrong. This enables an open space for discussions to be pointed directly toward awareness. Read more…


Faces & Voices of Recovery

Faces & Voices of Recovery-An Overview: When we were looking for organizations that supported addiction and recovery, we found more than one that was deserving of support. Any organization that helps someone recover is worth looking into. Whatever method you believe would work for you, needs to be taken under advisement by only one person, the Read more…


Roundtable Q&A with Sheal & Larisa

Roundtable interview with Sheal & Larisa for Alcohol Awareness Month.


Every Last Drop

As I worked on the book of my mother’s poetry, pouring over a ziplock bag full of her notes, pieces of paper and more, the smell of dank and decay reminds me of what is gone.


Teespring Shop Now Open

Help us support projects like books for schools, free books to libraries, reading programs for kids and more by buying some sweet looking swag. Products are slowly making their way out to Teespring where you can grab some shirts, phone cases, socks, bags, stickers and more! Visit our shop via the little cart icon in Read more…


Posters For Awareness

Special FeatureFor: Alcohol Awareness Month Free: 10 Ways Not To Drink PDF In honor of Alcohol Awarness Month, we are providing these public domain images for use on personal sites and Facebook. Show your support for someone battling addiction by sharing out one of these images. We are offering 3 titles exclusively in support of Read more…


Color Versus Colour

To spell like the British or to spell like the Americans? That is the question.Or is it?What's the difference between color and colour you ask? Culture and continents. Much like our metric versus imperial measurements the United States does things a touch differently with the word color. They are the one of a small handful Read more…


Rebecca Loren Kelterborn

Our interview with Rebecca Loren Kelterborn who contributed The House That Booze Built


The House That Booze Built

Special FeatureFor: Alcohol Addiction Awareness Month image from Pixabay By: Rebecca Loren Kelterborn   This is the house that booze built.   This is the pain that cements the house that booze built.   This is the family that is destroyed by the pain that cements the house that booze built.   These are the Read more…


Explaining Our Revenue Streams

Explaining the revenue streams of TLS, and showing the various methods we use to help promote your book.


From One To Three

It started out in different parts of the world. One would use the name Saga Press to self publish her own book while the other would use Alainn Epub to self publish hers. Both in other niches of the big wide world of publishing. All the while the third toiling with her own writings from the center of her community hub, in fact the very same one the first shared with the third.


5 Years Now, Here’s to Another 5

I remember the day I saw the post for a cover. Embracing Heathenry. I figured, why not help a fellow weaver of stories out. Turns out we have quite a bit in common.


A Reflection After 5 Years

If you had asked me all those years ago while writing Embracing Heathenry, cradling my newborn in one hand, and penning the book in the other with a stylus that I would have the fortune to not only meet the women who I am proud to call sisters but also bring in the authors that stand here with us, united in the mission of preserving the legacy of writing.


The Bone Jar: Killer of the Writers Block

This project seems to have taken on a life of its own. Quite literally, it is screaming to be let out into the light of day like some centuries old corpse that has been waiting for its time in the lime light.


To Art or Not to Art

The process of art (sic illustrations, drawing, digital drawing, etc) is unique to every artist. Mom, gods love her, knew when I was very little that I was extremely creative, imaginative and had a talent for drawing, a talent for art.


Bad Guy Turned Good Guy

I know, that was complicated for an explanation. I keep seeing it in my minds eye. The first page a drawing of a guy (and oh my lord my google searches must be throwing red flags, be careful how you google stuff *eye roll*) has his back to a wall in a room, a child clinging to him, on his haunches, he has been injured…shot several times.


Black Cat Editing & Design

Why did I choose the name Black Cat Editing & Design? It’s a little bit of a story. You see I have this little …(laughs little, that’s an inaccurate description) cat. She is a smoky caramel york cat. Rare breed according to research, kind of an accidental breed.

Fountain Pen Realistic


I write, I write fiction and non fiction alike. I prefer fiction of the horror variety. My very first book I both owned and read was Desperation by Stephen King. Dad was a bit of a King fan to say the least. I’m worse than him, I’m more than a King fanatic and that’s making an understatement (you should see my collection! It collapses book shelves, ask the husband).


Fictional Dialogue and Quotation Marks

What's appropriate and what's not? Well, generally, there are three ways to quote long fictional dialogue that spans numerous pages. The first way is to use open and closed quotations on each paragraph with no indentation. For example: "This is why we may use open and closed quotations for each paragraph" "A second paragraph will Read more…


Exciting Acquisition Notice

We have just been informed that we have been granted permission to reprint Teutonic Magic as well as some fiction from S. Grundy and M.Grundy. Stay tuned to find out what titles we have acquired, as we are working diligently with M.Grundy to track down files and books that are out of print.

Blog Article for Nanowrimo

One of the coolest tools out there to keep writers moving, is to be part of NANOWRIMO (National Novel Writing Month) is a non profit, dedicated to getting writers writing. I find it to be an amazing tool.


The Incredible Story of Arbux

The Story Of Arbux written by new author K.Fritz is an adventurous retelling of tales from her grandfather. Reminiscent of the movie Big Fish, this story is woven between truth and perhaps embellishments in a fantastical adventure for the mind and soul. The illustrations, crafted by the authors mother C. K. Jensen are beautiful and Read more…


Departures & Pulled Titles

The following are no longer with us. Samantha Barrett-Illustrator Sophie Winter Roger Stemler Breeze Navarro Taryn Allen Melisa Neilson The Following Titles are Pulled: The Childrens Havamal RavensFeathers Norse Gods Coloring Book Fenris, The Wolf and the White Lady Skaldic Tales, Skaldic Poems V1-2


Pulled Title Effective Immediately

Due to some news that has come to light, we are pulling Fenris, The Wolf and the White Lady from our publishing house. Anyone seeking information on why this title was pulled may request the reasons via a freedom of information request, sent by subpoena via registered mail to an address provided upon emailing sagapress@ Read more…


The Story of Arbux Cover Reveal

At long last, here is the cover for The Story of Arbux. This amazing book contains the fantastical and truthful account of a grandfather who's story is beautifully preserved within its pages. Take a peek at the full details of this amazing book. VIEW BOOK


Aurore Gautheur

The Three Little Sisters Publishing is proud to introduce to you an artist named Aurore Gautheur, also known as Thorgunnr on Youtube.  We are asking our readers to donate to her on our page. These donations will assist her in pursuing her musical career and also producing albums for the public. Her Bio: She was Read more…



We are excited to announce the first Sci-Fi title from The Three Little Sisters. Title: Underground: a series of science fiction novels from Rori Schumacher When Dionysus (One of the most wanted men in the world) is lured into Cynthia's small town of Syon, she finds herself swept up into his exciting (yet dangerous) world. Read more…


New Project Launch: Pint-Sized Tales

We are pleased to announce this amazing new book series titled: Pint-Sized Tales from a new and upcoming children's author Nate Haseleu (bio coming soon). Nate is a member and Skald of Legacy of Tyr and an amazingly gifted writer. His series will focus on telling the original mythical stories but in classic golden book style with Read more…


Review of Pagan Child by Alan Leddon

Book Review: Pagan Child Author: Warwick Halse Hill Reviewer: Alan Leddon Publisher: Saga Press Published: June 2015 Where to get it: Pagan Child is the compelling tale of how Christian Christiansonn, a Danish nobleman, brings Ulf home to Denmark. Twelve year old Ulf is an heir of some import in Lithuania, a nation currently Read more…


Kveldulf Gundarsson aka S. Grundy Joins TLS

*I have to personally thank Michael Ransom Wilson who connected me to Kveldulf Gundarsson! It was amazing that he thought of me when he was given the task of bringing Mr. Gundarsson's work back in print, Mr. Wilson graciously sent the project my way as he thought I might be able to help.* The Three Read more…


ACTION Newsletter Interview with L. Hunter

You know when I started on this road to write this, I had no idea how it would be received out there! I just received the first written review about the book and it was very positive! I would say that it is very surreal for me to see my name and book out there Read more…


Crossing the River: An Anthology in Honor of Sacred Journeys

Writing books grants you a certain sense of purpose and sometimes privilege. The privilege of being asked to contribute to projects that; inspire, push boundaries, and sometimes in rare instances help you express something deep within yourself.


Another One of my articles in Living Traditions

Appeared in Living Traditions Volume 4 No.5 on page 21: With the Help of our Gods.


Two submissions published in Eternal Haunted Summer

Hello out there...its me your busy little writing bee reporting. I have been kind of busy writing and submitting to a bunch of places. Here are two appearance in Eternal Haunted Summer's Autumn Equinox 2012 Issue 🙂 Thanks to EHS for publishing these!!   How the Sun and the Moon Came to Be: A Creation Story for Heathen Children My Read more…


Larisa Hunter on Frigga’s Shrine

A bunch of my writtings made it to the Frigga Shrine:


I wish I spoke Danish

This was mentioned on the Asa-Parent list, that I was made owner of: there is a miniseries called Yule in Valhalla. The premise is so hillarious, these two kids unwittingly find a passage to Asgard and unchain Loki which will bring about Ragnarok, and they have until Yule to stop him!


Article In Living Traditions

After interviewing for Living Traditions, I was asked to write an article, and they published it, it is on page 22 for anyone that wants to read it. I love this magazine and the fact that I have now appeared twice in there, is very kind of them, it is a free magazine available for Read more…


Kind of Cheesy But I Agree

Many people ask me, why do you do what you do, and that is it, it is a calling! I feel that it is for me a passion that lights me up, that brings me peace and somehow a funny sense of belonging!


Old Blog Posts Reclaimed!! Yeah Brilliant Husband 🙂

Thank goodness I have such a skillful hubby around 😉 Anyway before lurid minds start wandering, I am posting all my old blog posts here that appeared in my original blog around 2008. I hope you enjoy them because they bring back some strong memories for me, and if I look at them in comparision with Read more…


Hex Magazine Issue 8! Very Excited!!

So excited! I just checked out HEX magazines site to see if I was there yet…and here I am! I am very proud to appear in this issue, I think mine is slowing travelling towards my mail box right now, and I cannot wait to read the final version!

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