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The Viking And The Moor: Chapter Three

The Priest awoke to a missing satchel of kaneh and a fire that had burned itself out. A pile of ash was all that remained. He sat up and his bones crackled like dead leaves. He looked to the heavens. “Father, what I wouldn’t give for a younger body. This one is a bit too careworn.” He stood and stretched his legs. His knees popped and buckled. He winced at the pain, but it was gone as quickly as it had come. He bent and retrieved his cloak from the floor. As he put it on, he noticed a faint…

An Introduction to “The Viking and The Moor”

The story of The Viking and The Moor has been with me, in some shape or form, for several years now. The prologue, which will be published tomorrow (or, rather, later today), is the first thing I ever wrote for this project. The Viking and The Moor began as a very different story, then morphed into its current format a little over a year ago. The Viking and The Moor is, ostensibly, a book for children/young adults, but it is one that I believe adults will enjoy as well, and hopefully share with their children and grandchildren. It is a story…