Category Archives: Feast Fables

Evolution of an e-book [1]

Couple of weeks back, when I wrote of my plans to publish Feast Fables as an e-book, I promised regular updates on progress (see A Makeover for Crimsonprose). I now realise if I wait the month round I risk my … Continue reading

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A Makeover for Crimsonprose

Five years of blogging, time’s come for a makeover. And I don’t mean a new header, though that will come. And I don’t mean a new WP theme, though likely there’ll be one. I mean a complete overhaul. Five years … Continue reading

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The Fallen Angels

“Ah-ha!” exclaimed Dr Filbert. “Now we find the buried treasure.” He had been trawling through a dust-covered arch-lever binder, the notes within the work of his now-deceased wife. Neve leaned forward, the better to see while he read aloud from … Continue reading

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Fantasy Names

It is a cliché that character and place names in fantasy fiction should be ‘strange’. The more distant in time and space, the weirder the names. The reason isn’t hard to divine. Unfamiliar character and place names helps to set … Continue reading

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The Little Wren’s Fire

The Little Wren and the Stolen Fire is an Eskin fable mentioned briefly in this week’s episode of Feast Fables. I’d wanted to include it in full, but couldn’t justify the break in the flow. So I’m posting it here, … Continue reading

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The Lady’s Voice

In Feast Fables Chapter 1 . . . Visitors arrived from the east causing excitement amongst the clan. Particularly for Kerrid. For the seven sons of Chief Uissinir all shared her strange light. But speaking direct, head-to-head, one after another they scorned … Continue reading

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