The Blood Of The Twin

 The Mystery of Branwen

How the dark child, Branwen, learned of love and brought a village back from the dead.

Considered publishing the individual cards from Branwen’s deck, but published them as a whole suit.

 

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Back but maybe not for long

Have been preoccupied for a while. Been away often. Go away for what is planned to be a weekend then things crop up and I’m away much longer.

Have been considering how to publish one story. Will publish it as a single thing.

Just hate the new interface that only pastes plain text as a single paragraph no matter how you toggle the icons. Why does WordPress keep making things worse?

Now looking to find a better way to publish stories.

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Power and Wisdom

This is the last  part of Death’s Muse. The Folk gather in  Bellhamcester where they discus the future and a council is reborn. Death’s Muse – 8 – Power And Wisdom

 

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The Waters Of Annwen

This is the Seventh  part of Death’s Muse. Briony and Jacob return to Bellhamcester where they see an inspired production. Death’s Muse – 7 – The Waters Of Annwen

Penultimate Chapter

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WordPress Survey

WordPress are doing a survey.

Its time to tell them we would like to be able to tag and categories pages, if you like me would like that to be a feature added to WordPress.

Time to tell them what you like, would like and what you hate about WordPress.

Survey is short and quick and not detailed. but its time to let them know what we want.

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http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2013/07/19/wordpress-com-survey/

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The Prudence Of Temperance

This is the sixth part of Death’s Muse. Gwyn visits Kenwick and spends time with the clergy hearing of Temperance. Death’s Muse – 6 – The Prudence Of Temperance

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For A Trail To Find And Follow

This is the fifth part of Death’s Muse. The investigators gather and consider where to go next. Should they see a play or hear a sermon.

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Second Aniversary

Well this blog has been going for two years. Keep considering but never progressing towards having a domain and a blog where I write CSS and HTML but here is so easy and quick without the need to think about the  technical side. What I would like is the ability to tag and categorize pages, as you can posts.

Keep finding I have enough time to write and so little to work on the pages of the blog, other than publishing stories I have written.

The  two years have flown by. Will publish another chapter today.

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The Scent Of A Trail

This is the fourth part of Death’s Muse. William Shores had possibly been the first to be afflicted and this is investigated by Jacob. The Scent Of A Trail

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Anthology

Considering making the Annals of Bellhamshire short stories available as an electronic book. May be through Amazon. Not sure yet. Be easier for people to read the collection of stories.  This would be when I have published the current run of them on here, before I start serializing Seaton’s Tomb where many of characters have minor roles.

There is also the question of how I publish Blood of the Twin as a card at a time would not always make sense. Might do several cards at a time. Enough to set a scene but not be too long a page.

There are though a couple that are still unfinished with one nearer concept rather than completed story as I am not sure if it will work.

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