Glastonbury – A Guest Post by Donna Fletcher Crow — 4 Comments

  1. What an interesting history, Donna. I lived in Enstone, Oxfordshire for a year. There I read “Village by the Stones,” which was about Enstone during the bronze age. I fell in love with the history of that place. Now I stumble onto your books? I must check this out. Great interview.

  2. How wonderful, Mary! What were you doing that you got to live there for a whole year? I’ve been to England many, many times in every season of the year, but I never got to settle in for a whole year in one place.

    Thank you so much for hosting me, Karen.

  3. That is a fascinating story, Donna. I had never heard of that legend that Jesus went to Britain with Joseph of Arimathea, or that Joseph may have taken the goblet there after Jesus was crucified. So interesting, and I can see why this is a book of your heart. Some do mean more than others, don’t they. (A statement, not a question. LOL)

  4. What a fascinating post and it sounds like such an interesting book, Donna.I have always enjoyed reading about King Arthur. Thanks, Donna and Karen, for this great addition to the blog tour.