Definition: any idyllic place or period, especially one of great happiness.
1. Any idyllic place or period, especially one of great happiness.
2. The legendary site of King Arthur’s palace and court, possibly near Exeter, England.
1. The glamorous ambience of Washington, D.C., during the administration of President John F. Kennedy, 1961–63.
1. A tiny house next to it had been the girl’s home for all the summers of her short life. It was her castle, her retreat, her hideaway, her Camelot.
– Matina Psyhogeos, Reaching for the Sky
2. His father’s voice brought him out of his Camelot reverie. Probably the old man was reading his mind and that would account for his sardonic smile under the raised eyebrows.
– Ward S. Just, Forgetfulness
I am a full time writer and mother of 2. My main concentrations are in the Arthurian legends, historical fiction and nonfiction, and poetry. I have articles published in Arthuriana which is an academic journal pertaining to King Arthur. I am a member in good standing of the International Arthurian Society, The Round Table, North American Chapter and am an Associate Member of The Knights Templar International. I have an Arthurian blog @ArthurianRomances.com, there I post my articles and articles of other Arthurian scholars. I also post beautiful pics that I love that are well within the genre. In addition to my book, "The Infinite Character of King Arthur: His History and Legend, His Camelot and Avalon", there will be a historical fiction series due out soon! I also have a website dedicated to Henry VIII at TudorTime.org. I hope you enjoy both! My love of words sprung from both writing poetry and reading Old English and Welsh texts (As well as the hated purple prose, which I happen to adore!) I welcome any comments or ideas you may have. Please feel free to drop by my Facebook pages Arthurian Romances and Tudor Time too!
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