OK, I'm confused. Here's a story from Witchvox, with disclaimers from the spoof site that the story is 'entirely fictional'. However the book mentioned in the so-called fictitious piece is available from Amazon.com: The Lebor Feasa Runda:A Druid's Grammar of Celtic Lore and Magic. Aside from the suspicious similarity to the title of my own book from several years earlier, this item has become rather famous among Celtic Pagan types as an abject fake, an oak-king/holly-king, wicca-form concoction with a whiff of racism and no evidence to back its provenance. Maybe I'll eventually spend the bucks to actually read a copy, or hopefully someone will pirate it soon so that the pretender who wrote it can stop getting money for it. In the meantime we can follow the controversy here and here.
I think it's important for conscientious Celtoids to have an eye out for this fraud, and make sure it gets no serious penetration into the movement. Just a heads-up.