Category Archives: fantasy

The gallant stand of an aging terpsichorean – Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: I believe I have introduced you to Pardo Fuen. When I last mentioned him, he had decided to pass a quiet retirement selling cut flowers, a little top fruit, and bulls. The cut flowers were a … Continue reading

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The Dancing Master – Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: People do make a habit of surprising you. They cheerfully climb out of the neat little boxes you put them in and persist in doing things you’d never expect. Take, for example, the great mercenary captain, … Continue reading

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Be my guest…an invitation

It’s five o’clock, the page looks bare… There’s not a guest post anywhere… Though I invite and beg and plead There’s only my words here to read. So, authors with a brand new book, If you’d like folks to take … Continue reading

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Stinking Fish – another tale from Tallis Steelyard.

People have commented to me that I rarely mention fish or fishermen. I suppose it’s true but it’s by pure chance. You get to the fish market from the far end of the Old Esplanade, at the opposite end from … Continue reading

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Legends of Windemere: Warlord of the Forgotten Age – Charles E. Yallowitz

Thank you to Sue for letting me write a post for her blog and helping to promote, Legends of Windemere: Warlord of the Forgotten Age.  This is the final book of my fantasy adventure series, which means after 15 volumes … Continue reading

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Inappropriately didactic? – Another tale from Tallis Steelyard

I have mentioned Madam Jeen Snellflort previously. Those who heard her story seemed to divide into two groups. The first group appeared to feel that the lady had made her successful escape from the nightmare that was the Misenbart academy … Continue reading

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The prime of Madam Jeen Snellflort – Tallis Steelyard

Some people seem to not so much live their lives as to be passengers in them, carried along at the convenience of somebody else. One such person was Madam Jeen Snellflort. Orphaned at a tender age she was made the … Continue reading

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