The Ringing of the Bells – Part 3

“By the time the rider reached Bordil, it was too late.” Captain Smoll spoke with an expression of grim formality. For all his experience, the man was clearly uneasy. He did not wake up in the morning expecting to stand before the king. Though he was of higher rank than Andre, he was unaccustomed toContinue reading “The Ringing of the Bells – Part 3”

The Ringing of the Bells – Part 2

Richard was drifting, as though a spirit, over a vast forest. The sky was clear and open above him. Below him, a sea of green. The forest continued as far as the eye could see to the west. In the east, at the edge of visibility, a mighty mountain range stretched across the horizon. BeneathContinue reading “The Ringing of the Bells – Part 2”