Monthly Archives: April 2013

Three Oaths To Bind Him

Inga, Inga, why call her Inga when her name was Ingvilda; she ought to tell him. But he was the lord and what was she. A dirty nockling, and that’s why he chose her. She looked down at her smock. … Continue reading

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The Gentry Game

The Gentry Game, prelude to Part 4 of the Jerningham Story is now (belatedly) available on Crimsons History.

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To Tell of Sarat and Paddlo

In the previous episode of Feast Fables Gimmerin took Kerrid to see his mighty construction. But it’s a house. A big house. And when she asks, “Is it for the clan to sleep here?” he answers it’s for their children. … Continue reading

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A Very Bad Egg

Humpty Dumpty, we’ve all heard of him, Sat on a wall to tipple his gin, Fell off it backward and cracked his head. Altogether a very bad egg!

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Cesars Well

It could have been Led Zeppelin’s Bron-Y-Aur Stomp rather than Bellinn musicians. A handsome youth, dark hair swinging, plucked at a twenty-plus stringed zither upon his spread knees. A matching pair of pipers accompanied him; twins, they tooted upon their … Continue reading

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For The King And St George

Order of the Garter Honi soit qui mal y pense Evil to him who thinks evil of it Edward III established the Order of the Garter on St George’s Day 1349, his aim to bind into a brotherhood a select … Continue reading

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To Take Her Chances With The Cats

In the previous episode of Feast Fables Serande explained his wise plan. But it wasn’t as Kerrid expected. Not least because she now discovered, after all these years, that the gifts brought to recompense her clan for the loss of her hadn’t come … Continue reading

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