Category Archives: Mythic Fiction

The Spinner’s Game e-book Update #25

December update… and yes, things are progressing with the preparations to publish The Spinner’s Game on Kindle (and POD), launch date: 20th March 2020, Vernal Equinox. Editing… I can report with great relief that Books One, Two, Three and Four … Continue reading

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The Curse

You cannot imagine how it is to live for so long not knowing why you remain young while others age, not knowing why you live while others die. Then the memory returns. It doesn’t come to you slowly, piece by … Continue reading

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The Spinner’s Game e-book Update #24

November update… and some news to report. I’m two steps nearer to publishing The Spinner’s Game, the date now set for the Vernal Equinox. 21st March 2020. Editing… that deep-down word-by-word polish I can report with great relief that Books … Continue reading

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Wind-wafted Veils

The lights shimmered, wind-wafted veils of delicate hues, green and blue, yellow and red, that poured through the star-guarded hole. Aurora strained to hear their song. Her home. 28 words written for Sammi’s Weekend Writing Prompt

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The Spinner’s Game e-book Update #23

October update… I can now answer the question: Will I be ready to publish The Spinner’s Game quint at Christmas? No. So what’s left to do? Editing (a deep-down word-by-word polish) Books One and Two – The Spinner’s Child and Lake of … Continue reading

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Hark His Delicate Manners

“Ribald, sit,” said Ribald’s neighbour. Young, delicate, he looked better suited to the Church than to battles. But Guy knew who he was, had seen him several times at the king’s court. He was the Breton Count Stefan. “I’m told … Continue reading

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Regin, Rat and Raesan

An excerpt from Regin-yorl posted May 2013 (‘Neve‘, an Asaric Tale) Again, Raesan’s memories spooled into Neve’s head, again of Eldsland and of Regin-Yorl’s hall. He showed her Gudrum. Startling blue eyes and an ankle-length coat—red-brown leather, similar to the coat she had glimpsed … Continue reading

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A New Vehicle

Concluding the time-slip story, Can of Worms, a 16 year girl’s rune-aided hunt for a serial killer . . .  Read on Why does the journey back always seem shorter than the journey out? I didn’t want to go home—but … Continue reading

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Nihel Carved It

Continuing the time-slip story, Can of Worms, a 16 year girl’s rune-aided hunt for a serial killer . . . The penultimate episode We were late in arriving. But then we weren’t here to watch the show. We didn’t want … Continue reading

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Swords and Stones

Continuing the time-slip story, Can of Worms, a 16 year girl’s rune-aided hunt for a serial killer . . .  Read on “Holiday camp,” Gamal said, “Dear ancient Fearn said the gravedigger’s now a comedian.” “Implies the coast,” I said. … Continue reading

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