Stories link together. What is done in one time and place spreads out across the world to shape the future: there is never a single beginning, never a simple end. But, since this tale must have a beginning, let it be when a potter carves a creature from dreams and driftwood. It carries him to a place where fair faces conceal foul intent, where two kings guard the firstborn tree by night and day, where only a living man’s love can undo a dead man’s hatred. And where, if he does not go carefully, the choices made in other times and places will cost him his life.
Folksong and Fantasy
The blog title sums it up but to spell out the obvious...
I'm using this page to jot down random thoughts on folksongs, and give mention to those that have stuck in my mind.
There are two novels, 'The Crooked Path' and 'After the Ruin'. There are also two collections of short stories, 'Tales from the Later Lands' and 'An End and a Beginning'.