First selkie song: Grey Stone by Emily Portman

To celebrate the release of my new book, Coral Were His Bones, I’m going to be posting a month’s worth of things about selkies. Coral is a m/m paranormal erotica novel about Finn, a selkie who’s in love with his childhood sweetheart Devon, but bound in a magical contract to a cruel master. It’s a story of modern magic, snark, sex, and how to heal when everything hurts. 

Glamoury CD cover

The first song of the week is Grey Stone, a song about selkies, mothers, and daughters from British folk musician Emily Portman. The link will take you to a Youtube video by artist Jackie Morris, and the song’s been used with the artist’s permission.

Here’s the song on ItunesSoundcloud and Bandcamp.

You can also listen to another track from the same album on Emily Portman’s website, Stick Stock, a haunting, mournful little folk song that gets gorier as you listen the the lyrics. (Cannibalism–it’s a theme!)

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