Monthly Archives: March 2015

Broken Circles, Broken Dreams

It might seem to Julia an age has passed since she woke this morning beneath Dannyn’s ‘roof—the visions that warned, the stories that told of unlikely happenings (anachronistic, like everything here at Destination), her head full of newly-acquired knowledge (though … Continue reading

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With Eyes To The Sky

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Kerrid met an Asaric metallurgist who has devised a way to return them home. But he hasn’t realised how far away. It’s not easy to tell him—Kerrid doesn’t want to disappoint him—yet truth … Continue reading

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The Players’ Play

Julia had already guessed what happened between her and the shaman Dannyn at their first meeting, which she’s yet to have. Yet to hear him say it . . . Episode 23 PRIORY PROJECT A Sci-fi-Fantasy The warning from Alsvregn comes … Continue reading

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But Why Is She Here?

Julia has questions she wants to ask Dannyn—lots of questions. And so, apparently, has Aldliks Bisdata; she wants to know where ‘this woman’, Julia Cannings, has been kept these past twenty-five years.’ Julia can’t answer the question. She hasn’t the … Continue reading

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Ancient Wheat

The astounding headlines that hit the archaeological press at the end of February this year (2015) would have delighted Julia Cannings of Priory Project. No doubt her jaw would have dropped when she realised that the granaries and traders at … Continue reading

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Fairy Nuff

There’s a fairy—Fairy Nuff Who sits upon my bathroom shelf, He’s a most annoying elf. He strews the room with bits of fluff. Always BLUE. You know his brethren? According to the Internet His breed, worldwide, is spreading. Oh, don’t … Continue reading

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Crafter Of Stones

We left Kerrid, in the previous episode of Feast Fables 3 (A Glut of Dead Fathers), off to meet Nodlushen’s uncle—whose only interest, says his sister, is in his stones. That’s fine with Kerrid, for her only interest in him … Continue reading

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