Brigantia and the Bard

So then, you’re the filly who left the message at the bar for me to come an’ sit after my performance, yeah? Can’t say I get many fans clamorin’ to share a drink with me these days. Hands don’t play as spry as they used to. So which o’ my songs did you take a…

Stars In the Sand

by Serena W. Sorrell She felt the first stirrings of her heart as warm laughter filled her ears; she opened her obsidian eyes in time to see the bouncing curls of the one who’d created her and her domain. The frolicking figure, light hitting those wild curls, vanished over the edge of her lands. Save…

Janus and the Locket Menagerie (the end)

by Serena W Sorrell   Without a word Janus slipped down the stairs leading below deck and searched for a place to be alone, physically and mentally. She had only ever had her mother. To be suddenly thrust among a menagerie of fantastic creatures and asked to captain a magical pirate ship was all just…