Monthly Archives: April 2015

Sisters. Snakes. Promises . . .

In the previous episode of Feast Fables 3 (A Glut of Dead Fathers), despite her promise, Barega has brought her pet snake-demon to the meeting with Kerrid, Chadtamen and his sister Amblushe. And before the talks have even begun, Kerrid receives … Continue reading

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Pro Tempore

Dannyn believes the ancients’ Tumun Alsaldhelm is Julia’s visa for her return. And now that she’s seen it, Julia agrees. But first she must build a report and present it to Fliss. Episode 33 PRIORY PROJECT A Sci-fi Fantasy I had … Continue reading

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A Vast Squat Toad

Tumun Alsaldhelm squats on the hillside above what’s now a non-existent stream, like a giant toad guarding its spring. For Dannyn, it’s a magical secret to assure her return. To Julia it’s plain astounding. Episode 32 PRIORY PROJECT A Sci-fi … Continue reading

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Water, Woods, Walks and Well-being

The forecast said ‘Overcast, clearing later. Temp.max.8°.’ But the cloud cover cleared early and by the time we stopped for lunch the early sun coupled with lack of wind had caused a soar in temperature. A most unseasonal 18°. This … Continue reading

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They Meet . . .

A meeting has been arranged for Kerrid and her (grit the teeth) sister, Barega. But Barega has for her pet the demon-snake Neka. So, at all costs, Barega mustn’t know of Kallaren’s existence. In the previous episode of Feast Fables … Continue reading

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Dannyn To The Rescue

Finally Julia has accepted the truth, and it’s not only that the time-pods’ Destination is a real place, but also that this Destination belongs to another world. But she can’t tell this to Fliss. Fliss would never allow her another … Continue reading

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To Accept and Refuse

Julia finally knows the truth of Murdan. Though she had suspected it, she now is convinced: Dannyn’s cousin, the white-crested shaman, is a psychopath, fixed on killing any—ANY—who trespass, including his own mother. So is it a wonder that, after … Continue reading

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