Monthly Archives: December 2017

The Cid Book 1 Chapter 3

Chapter III Taking His Toll in Flour   Of course, the Lady of the House was more consoling to her son’s pride than what his father had been. To her, men were much like dogs in the pack, treating each … Continue reading

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The Cid Book 1 Chapter 2

Chapter II A Mist on the River     When the turn of the season came, and the leaves of autumn changed the lush green of the valley to a chromatic pallet, Don Diego came home. The road from Leon … Continue reading

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The Cid Book I Chapter I

Facta Ducis Vivent, Operosaque Gloria Rerum. Ovid, In Liviam, 265 A.D. The Hero’s deeds and hard-won fame shall live.   Chapter I Blood and Gold   Ghosts remain, tethered to those left behind, and for them life and death still … Continue reading

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