Monthly Archives: January 2016

Whatever’s To Happen . . .

The children are named. Now whatever’s to happen, is to happen. But where are the Anas? Kerrid has recoiled at her first thought, that Paddlo might have coerced them. That doesn’t bear thinking. Yet . . . where are they? … Continue reading

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To Not Think, That’s The Trick

It’s Kerrid’s daughters’ naming-day, the day the Uissids Zrone, Ypsi and Jiar have planned to be rid of the Toad. But Kerrid mustn’t think about that. Best she give her thoughts to the Spinner’s riddlesome words. Beneath The Horse’s Head, ready … Continue reading

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Thorns and Prickles. Clan Dragsin

Krisnavn has realised his mother’s plot—not a nice taste to have in the mouth. So now what will he do? Meanwhile Detah’s not happy to be back at the Saramequai barracks, her adventure over . . . Read on “The … Continue reading

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Adders . . . To Add Treachery

Detah denies it, yet it seems obvious she suffers from the same ophidiophobia as the Kerdolan. Unfortunate that, for today she must venture into the snake-infested Ancients Land. As for Megovis, he still has a threat dangling over his, um-er, … Continue reading

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Anger. Reaction.

Paddlo is sick, there’s no denying. And his sick demands raise Kerrid’s anger. So when she returns to her court she’s already shouting. Not What She Wanted, ready now.

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With Every Blink

Since a child Kerrid has feared to sleep. For to sleep is to dream and her dreams are repeats of the violent confusion of her banishment. But in the days after her aborted tryst with Jiar, with every blink of … Continue reading

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For Fear Of Man’s Blundering Feet

Eblan Detah has been charged with delaying the Saramequai horsemen on their ride of the bounds, to confuse and confound them. Yet it seems she isn’t doing a good job. Perhaps she needs help . . . Read on. Detah … Continue reading

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