Three Twisted Knots

Not all those who wander are lost.

So, I’ve gotten a lot of great feedback on the last post, Ban Síde. Thanks to everyone who’s commented or popped me a message on Second Life or Facebook or even Skype about it. And a couple of people have asked me how I came up with such a wild story for Gwyneth to have to …

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So you might have noticed, if you notice such things, that I’ve been using the same blog header for nearly a year now. And the fact is, none of my narrators look the way they used to! So this morning, I took the time to take some head-and-shoulders shots of all three personae with their updated …

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I’d been working a security job for one of those Realms where everybody belongs to some secret club or another and most of them are vampires or other unsavoury folks, and they all trade on whether or not other people know who they are. So tiring, these places are. Give me a good old demon dance club …

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Some things never work out right. I guess it was about two days after our Midsummer celebration that I started getting this idea that maybe something wasn’t going the way it should be going. For starters, I’m having those dreams where I’m not Queen again. The ones where not being Queen is a pleasant and fine …

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I said, “I want to visit a bright land next, a simple land.” Well, we don’t always get what we want, in the FaireLands, but we do receive the blessings that come to us. And so, the next morning found me in Otherworld. I found myself on a beach, sand in my toes, but dressed …

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So far, it has been a hard Spring. On the Equinox, Maric left our world, leaving me as the sole ruler of Faerie, me and the doubtless growing number of Fae who would like to “advise” me. And though many of my subjects and friends might not realise or understand, I grieved for him, and …

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