Tag Archives: ancient sites

France and Vincent … Finding Don and Wen

It served me right for kidnapping a genius with one foot in several other worlds and eyes fixed firmly beyond any horizon I had ever seen. And I only kidnapped him a little bit. And he didn’t seem to mind … Continue reading

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The King of Castle-Hill II… Stuart France

* … The King immediately ordered a tower be built on a densely wooded isle off the coast of his lands and had his daughter put in the tower away from all danger. Nine domiciles about the foot of the … Continue reading

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The King of Castle-Hill… Stuart France

* …There once was a King who lived in a Castle on a Hill. He was Lord and Master of all he surveyed. One daughter he had sired but his wife had died in giving the child life. His daughter … Continue reading

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Blogger/Author Spotlight: Sue Vincent and Stuart France

Originally posted on K Y R O S M A G I C A:
? Today it is my pleasure to introduce you to not one but two guests! A hearty welcome to Sue Vincent and Stuart France. I originally contacted Sue…

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A Review by Paul Andruss

Paul Andruss, author of Thomas the Rhymer & Finn Mac Cool, has been a popular guest on the blog recently. He made our day when he sent us this… The Initiate by Sue Vincent and Stuart France A Review by … Continue reading

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Guest Photographer and Storyteller: Cybele Moon – aka the Dune Mouse

I stumbled across a site with an intriguing title, strange and magical stories, illustrated with the most fabulous photographs. Loving the atmospheric artistry, I invited the photographer over to be my guest… An excerpt from the Dune Mouse Chronicles Many … Continue reading

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The Moons of Mountain Ana V… Stuart France

* Regardless of content, our most intense moments have a habit of assuming ritual clarity. Together, the figures our characters cut are colourful, and bright, and amusing; the wheel-spinning white car which your mother read about in my story, or … Continue reading

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