Eoghan Odinsson

Biography

Canadian born Eoghan Odinsson is an award winning journalist and author with a lifelong passion for the knowledge of our Northern forefathers – or “folk lore”. Literally, the knowledge of our people.
Graduating from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland with his Masters of Science degree, he subsequently taught for the University, and was a dissertation advisor for graduate students.
In addition to his academic background, Eoghan also holds a Black Belt in Shito-Ryu Karate, and has taught Martial Arts in Canada and the USA.
Eoghan currently lives in the Washington D.C. area with his wife, son and three dogs.

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Smashwords book reviews by Eoghan Odinsson

  • 600 Push-ups 30 Variations on Feb. 05, 2012

    600 Push-ups 30 Variations is a handy little book, jam-packed with information. As a Black Belt and someone who travels frequently, I'm always on the lookout for ways to exercise, and often I don't have the to go to the gym. Bob's book offers a huge variety of exercises that require no equipment, no gym, and very little time. 600 Push-ups 30 Variations is also very well illustrated, with clear and detailed pictures of Bob demonstrating each of the exercises. There are also excellent routines included - I especially enjoyed the 600 pushups incorporated into a 60 min run. Like many things in life, it's the basics that you can fall back on and build upon, and this is exactly what Bob's book does. Eoghan Odinsson, Black Belt & Award Winning Author of "Northern Lore"
  • The Beacon on Feb. 13, 2012

    To me, The Beacon is a little guidebook for meditation and affirmation. It has evocative imagery with a beautiful passage accompanying each. This is not a book to read, but a companion to take with you to refer to, to consult it times where you need reflection. And at only $1.00 you can enjoy some beautiful photography and take inspiration in the quotes. Lovely!
  • Happily Ever After on Feb. 13, 2012

    Happily Ever after is another installment in Angela Charles' series of guidebooks for meditation and affirmation. It has evocative imagery with a beautiful passage accompanying each. This is not a book to read, but a companion to take with you to refer to, to consult it times where you need reflection. And at only $1.00 you can enjoy some beautiful photography and take inspiration in the quotes. Lovely!