Monthly Archives: August 2013

To A Northern Land

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Gimmerin surprised Kerrid by agreeing that, yes, they would go north to be with Olun who, so he claims, has some idea of what Asars are. But how will Gimmerin’s brothers greet her? … Continue reading

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The Waters of Life

So this was the Wash. Glistening grey mud as far as the eye could see. But that, Neve acknowledged, was a paltry description that said nothing at all of the air. It was more than the wash and the polish … Continue reading

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Hermes

Hermes of the wayside stone Seeing the weary traveller home Deceitful gambler, knucklebones Trickster, rustler, forever young Hermes of the wayside stone     Photo sourced from Wikipedia

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A Way To Die

Ho and hie! That Crimson’s away. Head wedged into an historical tome, She’s left me alone. Now Tall Tale Toli can say as I will. What I will is to tell you this tale. See, my grandma always used to … Continue reading

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Stirred From Her Comfort

With Spelan now dead, Kerrid has become the clan’s wise woman, and Gimmerin, her husband, the clan-chief. Though the drought continues, the couple have found ways of supporting the clan. It seems all is well in her world, despite she still … Continue reading

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Of Rainbows and Angels

Skimaskall cooed as she settled her thickly scaled coils on the gold . . . Raesan, this is the same as you showed me before. Yeh, cos last time, Lady, we left before the happenings. What ‘happenings’? And if you … Continue reading

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Feast Fables, Part Three

In Part One of Feast Fables (Book One, Fall Alone), Kerrid discovered she was different from those of her clan: an Asar, so Olun the Uissid had named them. She discovered what her Asaric abilities, and found how best – and not – to … Continue reading

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