Legends and Lore
At left is our 43rd issue – our July 2015 "Legends and Lore" issue. And, we're pleased to present some great twists on this theme, about folks and events from Celtic countries that made enough waves to be recorded for posterity, at least as legends if not historically-proven.
Clicking on the cover image to your left will take you to the seventh issue for 2015. ALL earlier issues can be accessed using the tabs above.
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Meanwhile, WE NEED YOUR HELP! We are considering some possible changes for next year, based on your responses. One change might be to go to an every-other-month publication instead of monthly. Another might be to go strictly with Facebook. We know we have thousands of regular readers and we don’t want to undo the good we’ve done or disappoint anyone, so please shoot us an email with your thoughts. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose except to garner your opinions on this matter. We may make no changes at all to the Celtic Guide, depending on what you tell us. Thank you so much for all your support. email@example.com
We began our fourth year with 62,381 website hits on our counter and have jumped to 70,187 hits as of this July upload. We base this on the counter located on this page, however, based on weebly.com stats, we actually get many other hits that don't register here but take searchers to other parts of this website, especially directly to our latest issue. These number as many as 210,000 hits since we started, or about 5,000 hits per issue since we first began this adventure over 3.5 years ago. It's exciting to learn that many of these hits come right after the new issue is posted, meaning people are anxious to read the next issue.
Also, we have well over 15,000 Facebook 'likes' and would have many more had not Facebook tightened up restrictions on likes!
Be sure to check out the music videos and song files from all over the world under our Free Music tab! There are many great Celtic musicians from around the world who have offered examples of their work, at no cost, to Celtic Guide readers.
Plus, we've had authors, photographers, and illustrators from the U.S., Canada, Scotland, Ireland, England, Wales, Portugal, Poland, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. With this, we are covering pretty much the entire Celtic World in some respect or another. We've also been helpful to people in South Africa, Chile, and Romania. In December, we've added Austria to the list! People from fifteen countries, in all, have participated in our little adventure called the Celtic Guide.
Our July issue is our 43rd issue, bringing summer along with it, and with a whole new year for Celtic Guide well underway. All of our issues celebrating Celtic heritage, and all available free using the tabs above. We certainly hope you enjoy our completely volunteer efforts!