Author Archives: Fred Grenvile

John and Maggie

or The Path of Dead Sparrows © 2011 Once upon a time there was a happy forester, named Will, who lived in the edge of the dark wildwood with his wife, Gwen, and two dear children; the boy called John … Continue reading

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The Bullfinch and the General

© 2010 Another quick fairy tale for the characters in Redmantle to tell. Feedback is appreciated. There was to be a war between the Kingdom of Albs and the Ogres of the Winilli Empire. The Ogres were ruled by a … Continue reading

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Period or Coma?

I wonder if the following really reads right. Is it too pedantic and does it really hint at what it’s like traveling by horse through Essex in the 17th century. Comments would be welcome. The Ladies were soon packed into … Continue reading

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The Suggested Audience

My most memorable Thanksgiving really only be came memorable the following spring. That may seem a bit exaggerated, but let me give you some background. I don’t know about every nook and cranny of the US but most places I’ve … Continue reading

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