Monthly Archives: March 2013

A Devilish Deus

Zeus, Zeus, a devilish deus Sits upon Olympus He hurls his bolts At the minorest faults Silly old devilish Zeus

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A Chasm Before Her

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Kerrid, desparate to be rid of her vicious sister, inadvertently caused her mother’s death. It was Paddlo’s curse, of course. But surely that has worked to the best. For now she has her … Continue reading

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Eldsland

Guy looked to Toli, not daring to show his ignorance by asking where was Eldsland. Toli, usually so keen to display superior knowledge, merely shrugged. And who was this woman Gunnhild who also was missing? “We don’t know that’s the … Continue reading

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Lavender Blue

Lavender Blue, Dilly Dilly Lavender Green When I am king, Dilly, Dilly You shall be queen. Lavender Green, Silly Billy Lavender Blue When I am queen, Silly Billy I’LL EXECUTE YOU!

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By The Lake Of Skulls

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Kerrid returned to the Cleaver to find, to her delight, that she’d a new baby sister. But her mother shooed her away and, at her mother’s insistence, her father gave Kerrid over to Bargli who has ‘been … Continue reading

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The Oddssons

“I need the answer before we move on,” Guy said when, the next morning, Toli brought the freshly groomed horses, calmed and saddled. He hadn’t slept at all that night. And not for the heat of the hall, made the … Continue reading

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Return To The Cleaver

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Kerrid thought to avert Paddlo’s curse by sending him seven silver stars – a token to hold her promise that she would join him in farfooting, the spring the clan named her a woman. … Continue reading

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