Siobhan Donnelly
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I was born Siobhan McGabbhan in County Cavan Ireland on March 25, 1490. I was the only child of the village blacksmith and his wife, Sheridon and Kathleen, and they doted on me. As soon as I could hold a hammer, I began to help my dadai at the forge. By the time I was fourteen I was taller than all the women in the village, and by the time I was seventeen I was stronger and taller than the men in my village. We had a good life but that changed when I was seventeen. My dadai was killed in a forge accident, and mamai and I struggled for a bit because the villagers would not accept me as a blacksmith. Eventually they began to accept me, and mamai and I were able to live a nice comfortable life.

As I was growing up in my village, the women began to avoid me. Mamai said it was because I was beautiful and shapely. When I was twenty, my life changed once again when a vampire named Sancar kidnapped me, violated me in the worst possible way, then bit me. During my change he took me to Istanbul where I was to become a member of his harem of vampire women. There was no love lost between us, and he met his end at my hands. For the next century and a half I traveled throughout Ireland, Europe, and Asia while making frequent trips back to my beloved homeland.

It was during one of these trips back to Ireland that I found my destiny in Liam O’Donnghaille on a battlefield near Galway. He was the most handsome man I had ever seen. Something about him drew me to him, and I began to teach him the ways of our kind. Twas love at first sight for us, and soon we were married than began travelling mainly throughout Ireland. Life was good for us.

Twas on the road to Cork that we first laid eyes upon Maggie. She was a tiny slip of a thing, but in her I saw potential. Twas against the wishes of Liam that I changed her, but after a rather rocky start we became what we are today…a family. 

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At 8:32am on May 23, 2017, Alice Cullen said…

Have a lovely week!

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At 12:37am on May 23, 2017, Julie said…
Thanks Siobhan.
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Siobhan Donnelly's Blog


Sometimes all we need is a sign to lead us to our destiny. The sign can come from anywhere and be anything, it just needs to be recognized and followed for what it is.  I received one such sign in early 1651, just a few months before I found my Liam…..

Early Spring 1651

I do not know how long I have been walking today, but I find myself in a desert of sorts just north of the Caspian Sea. I so enjoy this part of Europe, and I am finding it rather odd that I have never found this…


Posted on February 26, 2017 at 6:38pm — 1 Comment

Lost and Found

I had something, once, something that lasted one hundred and sixty one years of my rather long life. Aye, it meant so much to me the entire time I had it, and aye, it helped me so much when I was human. It was known and recognized throughout parts of Ireland, and people came to me because of it. My dadai was exceedingly proud of it, and it mattered not that it would die with me, for he loved me so.…


Posted on December 11, 2015 at 6:14pm — 2 Comments



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