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  1. Interlude: On Ben Nevis

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    19 March, 2019 by katelaity

    ON BEN NEVIS Montmortency Reginald Brown Went up when he meant to go down. He climbed to the peak And …
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  2. Go Gothic for Val(Gal)entines Day!

    12 February, 2019 by katelaity

    OLD: Hearts and flowers. BOLD: Cheese and pirates! Whether you’re celebrating Galentines or Valentines, I have some fun adventures for you. …
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  3. Let the Revels Reign!

    18 December, 2018 by katelaity

    Let the revels reign! It’s bonny yuletide again. The mummers lead the way — Join the grateful play. The days …
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  4. Interlude: The Caterpillar

    31 October, 2017 by katelaity

    THE CATERPILLAR Consider the poor caterpillar: Its voice is so very much shriller That when it desires to be heard …
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  5. Interlude: Chopping Off Heads

    31 January, 2017 by katelaity

    When all about you seems despair, There’s nothing clever anywhere, Take but one good thing to heart — Chopping off …
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  6. The Height of Absurdity: Orkney 4.2

    24 May, 2016 by katelaity

    By stages we made our way to the northern edge of the land. Unfortunately I was left with the vague …
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  7. Kinapped!

    17 May, 2016 by katelaity

    Your humble author ought to be arriving in Scotland this morning if all goes well, weary but happy after the …
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  8. Out Now: Knight of the White Hart

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    20 January, 2015 by katelaity

    Knight of the White Hart by Kathryn Marlowe Guigemar is a Breton knight who fights alongside King Arthur. His excels …
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  9. NaNoWriMo: Blood Moon

    9 November, 2014 by katelaity

    Here’s a little taste from the opening of the first draft of my new medieval adventure, Blood Moon, which is based …
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  10. Airships & Alchemy 14.3 – Dramatic and Foolhardy

    26 October, 2014 by katelaity

    Everyone laughed. Eduardo couldn’t tell whether to be pleased by their mirth, but he chose to think it was in …
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