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Snippet #3 from Temporal Tome
The Tiger was perched at the back of the boat. For a large cat it didn’t seem to mind the sea spray washing over it. In fact it looked as if it was enjoying it. The crew of the Saxon longboat had never seen a Tiger before and most of them would be happy if they never saw one again, but while it was here on their vessel they had no choice but to put up with it.
Mad Manon had given them their sailing orders after it became clear…Continue
Added by Steve Downes on July 31, 2014 at 11:52 — No Comments
England is full of demons, or so the papers keep saying. The government always deny it, they say demons don't exist, they're just a media invention to unsettle the masses. I didn't know what to think at first, I'd never seen a demon and neither had anyone else I know.
Professor Turner, Master of Invisible Geographies, was not a man to risk his life putting together a reading list for his senior students. He’d much rather risk their lives and many an Invisible Geography student has had to be rescued by a search party over the years because of the Professor’s zeal for rare manuscripts. On this fine Botolf morning Professor Turner was looking for a book which had (with good reason he presumed) not been sought for many years, certainly…Continue
Added by Steve Downes on July 29, 2014 at 20:31 — No Comments
“Chrom had accepted that life was going to be hard. He knew that being a Hero, in a world that didn’t really respect an old style Hero anymore, wasn’t the easiest career choice, but lately events and circumstances had made it almost unbearable. And now, here in this water-sodden place, there was nothing he could do about it but wait for death.
But Death was reluctant to deal the Hero a fatal blow. It just kept on tapping him on the head with the top of…Continue
Added by Steve Downes on July 28, 2014 at 18:37 — No Comments
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Added by Steve Downes on July 28, 2014 at 9:25 — No Comments
‘I’m fed up of moons. Haven’t set foot on a planet in years.’
‘There was Ceres,’ Kane says. Mars in her visor blurring her pale face red.
‘Doesn’t count.’ Why should it? It’s just as dull and dusty as this potato.
‘Keep your voice down. You’ll hurt its feelings.’
Kane has a soft spot for Ceres, or, more accurately, for the view of Jupiter from there.
We were assigned to the first manned mission to Europa, five years from now. So here we are, back on Phobos…Continue
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Book 2 of the Botolf Chronicles (Temporal Tome) will be released on the 28th of July so we’ve put Book 1 (Cosmogonic Marbles) down to minimum price for all this week, if you like your fantasy on the comic side, check it out on all Amazon book sites…Continue
Added by Steve Downes on July 17, 2014 at 9:47 — No Comments
The First Time
She huddled in the lea of the stone angel, hiding from the wind, and she wept.
It had not been how she had imagined, nor the beautiful, peaceful moment…Continue
Added by Karl A Russell on July 9, 2014 at 22:00 — No Comments
Excerpt from Chapter 3 of Temporal Tome
Sequel to Cosmogonic Marbles …coming soon
There is no sure-fire way of getting Botolf-almost-Oxford students into a lecture. Many methods have been and are employed, creatively shall we say, by the teaching staff of the college over the years.
The Head of Megalithic Scrutiny, for example, resorted to ambushing his prey (students) in their dorm…Continue
Added by Steve Downes on July 8, 2014 at 11:53 — No Comments
check out my good friend Roger Hudson's new poetry book
Pagan Publications present Lifescapes by Roger Hudson available now…Continue
Added by Steve Downes on July 5, 2014 at 11:53 — No Comments