Tag Archives: Dragons

A Different Take on the Broads

The Norfolk Broads: everyone’s seen the usual-type shots, wide expanses of lapis lazuli water, dotted with white-sailed yachts. Well, I visited the Broads village of Ranworth this past Tuesday (3rd October), and took some different shots. Enjoy. Advertisements

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Arthur’s Sleep

Someone was in Neve’s garden. But though she was up on tiptoes all she could see was a restlessly moving Asaric light. Was it the Watcher? It wasn’t Raesan; she’d finally sent him on his way. That return flight from … Continue reading

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To Bed A Dragon

Stunned, Neve and Kazla looked at each other – then again at the collapsed trench where Rat had been working. Neve’s head refused to see; her heart, her feet, everything of her, suddenly numbed. It took Kazla’s shout of “Dig!” … Continue reading

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St Benet’s Dragon

In researching Neve I came across the following story of St Benet’s Dragon, referenced by Dr Filbert in Be Banished He Bellowed. Not intending then for Neve to be published as posts on a blog, I included the story in the … Continue reading

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Skimaskall the Last Dragon

Skimaskall, the Last Dragon is the front end of the time-slip story from which Guy de Hamahall is taken. This wasn’t how I originally planned it. But I felt it more important to get the time-slip element up front, rather than character and setting … Continue reading

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