Tag Archives: Mythology

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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Parsley and Partiality II… Stuart France

* “Before we solve that particular problem,” says Wen, warming to her theme, “I’d like to spend some time considering the craving motif.” “It is not particularly overt in the Grimm version. I even thought about including it as a … Continue reading

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Parsley and Partiality… Stuart France

* “I’ve answered two of the questions,” smiles Wen. “You mean you’ve found solutions to two of the problems, and which would they be then?” “I know where the tower is situated.” “Ah, I thought you had the air of … Continue reading

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