Three French Hens

This was given to me as part of the Fosseway Writers Christmas prompt. Being a francophile, I knew I wanted it to be about les poulets rather than Christmas and decided to chuck in a fact that not many Brits will know about chickens. Enjoy! A dragonfly whooshes through the warm afternoon air, weaving its way from the fern-covered riverbanks, over an empty paddock and … Continue reading Three French Hens

Let’s start 2019 as we mean to go on

Originally posted on greygirlieandme:
When I started this blog in 2016 I had all sorts of good intentions about writing every day, building a portfolio of amazing stories, even publishing something. Then the reality of putting my life together became rather more pressing. Surprise, surprise, that is still a work in progress.  But huge strides have been made, I have built a nest, found a… Continue reading Let’s start 2019 as we mean to go on

The Ophagy, Part 18 – “An Acquired Taste”

To see all other parts of the story please click here.   “You’ve got a nymph on this island?” asked Micon. He glanced at Nadina with concern. She suddenly looked very vulnerable and confused. “Yes, she’s a Dryad, I think,” said Amykos. “Very into trees.” Nadina took a step towards the centaur. “Take me to her.” The two sailors looked at each other in alarm. Philippus … Continue reading The Ophagy, Part 18 – “An Acquired Taste”