Found 2123 works.
Published Aug 13, 2019 · 408 words (2 minutes) · 27 views
So, there was this guy, this man, this wonderful writer that I adore above all others. His name was Ray Bradbury. And I got to meet him...
Published Aug 12, 2019 · 4,838 words (18 minutes)
I'm not sure why I chose this ballad to retell for my collection, way back in the nineties - no magic, no shapeshifting, no humorous twist. Just a straight love story, not my kind of thing, really. At least she picks her own man?! Reading it over, I find the king amusing, at any rate. However, the women of my novels, even my children's books, would give Inge very different advice on how to get her lands back. Edged weapons would no doubt be involved.
Published Aug 12, 2019 · 5,125 words (19 minutes)
I pinched the title from Sir Walter Scott, but this is of course another Danish ballad, one of the humorous ones. Three childhood friends, the old love triangle, a flooded river on the wedding day ...
Published Aug 12, 2019 · 4,234 words (16 minutes) · 1 view
Another humorous fairy tale based on a ballad from medieval Denmark. Bold Ellensborg, fed up with her beloved's failure to return from a trip to the Holy Land, crews a ship with her maidens and sets sail to fetch him home.
Published Aug 11, 2019 · 7,020 words (26 minutes) · 45 views
Nimuë killed the old enchanter and fled from Camelot, love and loss behind her. Then a stranger came to her home bringing love--and the prospect of loss. Somewhere, Merlin was laughing.