Tag Archives: Doomsday

The ninth night…

Draumas Stune A final night he hangs from the Tree, a final night his own spear holds him. What dreams will come… what changes they will bring? He fears the night. He has hung here forever, bleeding yet content in … Continue reading

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The genre question…

Let’s see now… Mystery, history, romance, or thriller, Fantasy, sci-fi, or seek for the killer, Classics, Jurassics, occasional science Symbolic studies, books on self-reliance, Alternative therapies, young adult fiction, Cordon bleu cooking, artistic depiction, Esoteric theories and Zen meditations Poems … Continue reading

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Quoted words…III

Melinda included me in the three quote challenge, to post a quote every day for three days. This is the third and final day and, as Stuart and I are in the process of publishing ‘Scions of Albion’, I thought … Continue reading

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New Release….

Doomsday: Dark Sage Now available on Amazon The piper of Shacklow The fiddler of Fin The old woman of Demon’s Dale Calls them all in. They said I was born of the Balefire, when the priestesses left the enclosure to … Continue reading

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Dark Sage… extract

“It doesn’t look much from a distance,” say I. “Oh I don’t know,” says Ned, “but why the Devil’s Drop?” “Well, it started out as Devil’s Rock because of a perceived likeness, in our minds at least, to Devil’s Tower, … Continue reading

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Three..

With the internet still thinking it can barely raise its head from the Monday mire, a further extract from Doomsday: Dark Sage, due for a Hallowe’en release…. They said I was born of the Balefire, when the priestesses left the … Continue reading

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Note from the small dog – about That Book

See, I told you… they just can’t be trusted. I am reliably informed the ball-guy will be here later this week… I will be having words. With the pair of them. Leave them with a keyboard and pretty much anything … Continue reading

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Notes from a small dog XLII

Frankly, I feel I should be starting this with ‘Dear Don’. Sherbert indeed! … I know my colloquialisms and if we are to be talking of folk wandering off to find the odd sherbert… hmmm??? How many pubs can they … Continue reading

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Ash and yew

I’d ‘found stuff’ at Breedon, in spite of implicit instructions to the contrary from the northern half of the writing equation. I was, I gathered, already in trouble… so what the hell… with seventy odd miles still to go there … Continue reading

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