This is a story on Ash or Nion for Jenna Morgan's Celtic Challange - The following part of this description was written by Jenna Morgan and posted with her permision. Come, traveller, step softly on the road. The green hills rise around you, grey in the gathering twilight. Can you hear the music in the mist, the fiddles and the flute? Tarry not on the highway. Turn your eyes away from those pale dancers by the water's edge, with their green silk ribbons. For if they catch you in their coils, 'twill be a year and day before you come home again. And only then if you pay their price... ...for your freedom, a tale....
Chapter 10 - The French twins begin to question whether their sister is completely on their side, and deceit may just catch them where other attempts had failed.Chapter 11 - More Des, more book, more dragon.
This is a poem that was inspired by a picture of a mermaid within an Autumn leaf found in the Elfwood gallery of Breanne Bloomquist entitiled Water Fall
Enter Elise stage center left - but don't worry we still have Des for the last two chapters. These three chapters owe Joelle a debt of gratitude for proof reading - my grammar is abysmal and commenting on possible chapter arangement changes. Thank you Joelle!
I asked Joelle what she would like for her story and she asked for hints. Now it is possible that she was asking me to give her ideas on what I would be willing to write. However, I took her literally and forced myself to think of hints. This story is about Ynts and specifically the Ynticare that nutures the suggestions before they go out and nudge people into thinking thoughts that influence political decisions. Joelle if you dislike and want something else, just ask for it directly. I am rather litteral at times.
More of Elise and Des and a Dragon... Once more Thanks for commenting provided by Joelle