Beginning Monday, June 22, 2020
Having read some of the Avalon stories that have appeared on this blog, I thought it only fair that you get a look at several of the actual Kairos stories in their full form. If you have not read any of the Avalon stories that have appeared on this website, that’s okay. The stories here are self-contained with one exception:
The books (not presently available) weave the partner stories like a fine tapestry. For this blog, however, I have pulled the stories apart so you can read a whole Festuscato story, for example, without having to flip back and forth to Gerraint and Margueritte. Hopefully, that will work well. You can just ignore the rare references to what is happening in those other stories, knowing that, like the Kairos, you will get there, eventually.
The Kairos Medieval, book 3, Light in the Dark Ages, and book 4, Saving the West, will be posted in their entirety. All weeks will have posts on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday = 3 individual, easily and quickly read posts per week at 8AM, EST, to carry the story forward. A good way to start the day.
M3) Festuscato: The Halls of Hrothgar 8 weeks of posts
After leaving Britain to the Pendragon, Festuscato, the last Senator of Rome, is shipwrecked on the Danish shore. With his strange crew in tow, he finds his way to the Halls of Hrothgar where a beast called the Grendal has come like a plague on the mighty. Festuscato leaves nothing to chance. He sends for Beowulf, but he has to tread lightly to keep history on track. He knows things will turn strange as the Grendal, the creature of Abraxas, cannot be harmed by any weapon forged by man.
M3) Gerraint: The Holy Graal 13 weeks of posts
Gerraint, son of Erbin feels his days of struggle should be behind him. All he wants is to retire to Cornwall with Enid, his love. But when ghostly hands carry a cauldron across the round table, he knows he has to act. Arthur deftly turns all talk to the Holy Graal, but Gerraint knows he has to stop the older men from recovering the ancient treasures of the Celts and dredging up the past. Christendom is only a thin veneer and if Abraxas is allowed to strip that away, history might be irrevocably changed.
M3) Margueritte: The Old Way Has Gone 18 weeks of posts
In the early days of Charles Martel, Margueritte experiences everything a Medieval girl might want: fairies, ogres, a unicorn, dragons, knights to love and daring rescues. But it is Curdwallah the hag, the devotee of Abraxas, that haunts her dreams in the dark.
M3 Festuscato: Shipwreck.