Category Archives: Doomsday: Scions of Albion

Sleeping Giant…

…After watching the, again, somewhat recalcitrant sun-up, we decide to head back for breakfast via the cluster of, albeit haphazardly, positioned stones which we have come to call ‘the recumbents’. This is something of a risk, as we do not … Continue reading

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The Butterfly Net

The computer has gone from working a speeds of a derisive ‘you’ll be lucky’ to an emphatic ‘you’ve got no chance’. Whether it is downloading things behind my back, updating things I’d prefer it to leave well alone or simply … Continue reading

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The Hooded Stone…? from Stuart France

Reblogged from Stuart France, an excerpt from one of our books, Scions of Albion: “It has to be the Stone on Gardom’s Edge…” “What does?” says Wen. “My Robin Hood Stone… I mean it didn’t look much like the stone … Continue reading

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