Monthly Archives: April 2016

No Sweat

I open the curtains I see a dark cloud And thank my good fortune To be alive HERE and TODAY Not in a land laden with poor Nor 2000 or 200 years before But where I have shelter to keep … Continue reading

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And Finally, The Day . . .

One almost-catastrophe averted. But was it in time, or has Neka caught wind of it? If the Southern Host arrives forewarned of Kerrid’s plans, all that preparation will have been for nothing. Needles to say, times now are tense . … Continue reading

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Trouble In Camp

Now there are nine Asars on the side of Kerrid and her banished divines. But that’s still not brilliant odds. Ypsi’s due soon to return; hopefully he’ll bring Gimmerin’s sons with him, Tgaram, Arith and Vaynto. For that battle now … Continue reading

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Ring Around The Highlands

Commander Horsemaster Krisnavn has resolved another of his problems, that of governing the Kerdolak trading holds, surrendered to him by the Head of Kerdol. Meanwhile there’s Demekn, who also has problems, one in particular now become pressing . . . … Continue reading

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Gifts

One of the children at Luktosn’s Hold must have seen Detah and Krisnavn climbing the hill, and raced back to tell Trader Buteld. For now Trader Buteld waits for them at the gate . . . Read on. “You’re looking … Continue reading

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The True-Born Englishman

For St George and Country

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Now It’s More Than Plans Awry

One foot forward, five feet back (we all know what it’s like). But for Kerrid there’s something more troubling than mere plans gone awry; something she found in the Web and now is keeping very close to her chest. What … Continue reading

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