Welcome to the Time-traveling grimoire of a Viking skald lost in a terrible century.
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If you haven’t notice, I like long sentences; I like clauses that hurt the brain to make sense of, so get over it, or quit reading, cause I cannot help myself but to write and write and write until my fingertips are sore from pecking like a chicken on a farmyard green, because I never learned to type right.
The sea’s foam roars above the din of Battle. Cresting high into the Blackened sky, the waves toss our tiny vessels. Crashing into one another Again and again, As the men die Falling one after another into the stormy sea. My Blade-arm aches from constant hacking. My eyes well up with unwanted tears, as the… Continue reading Battles met upon the Sea
Originally posted on Carolyn Stein:
Whenever possible, I write with friends. It keeps me focused on writing and sharing the work makes it more fun. Also we help each other brainstorm. Yesterday and the day before I had trouble concentrating through a headache and backache. No matter what I did I couldn’t focus hard enough…
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