“The Bloody Truth” on WGNO ABC website The actual story BY CHARLES GAYARRE From History of Louisiana (1866) In a lot situated at the corner of Orleans and Dauphine Streets, in the city of New Orleans, there is a tree which nobody looks at without curiosity and without wondering how it came there.  For a…

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An icy breeze rippled past the or and azure cloth bearing the Sabe family crest.  The smoke cleared a little, and Vityaz Dobrynya Sabe, dressed in steel plate armor covered by an azure surcoat, surveyed the horde outside the walls as he propped his large, kite-shaped shield, emblazoned with a seven-pointed star, against the parapet.…

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Shouting caught Xandor’s attention, and he quickly brought the spyglass back up.  A quarter of a mile south of the city stood the ruined walls of a small estate, surrounded by several dozen orc warriors.  It was the only building still standing outside the city gates. Small knots of humanoids worked their way around the…

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Bregu Kraagor and his tribe of orcs control the ruins of Chernigov and the bridge over the White River that connects Trakya to Rhodina. He’s a crafty orc chieftain who, when they had taken the city, gathered all the heads of the local tribes, or tohans, and established them as his private council.  He gave…

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The date for City of Cayn has been Set!!  Book 2 of the Cayn Trilogy will be released November 23rd. Check out https://chriskennedypublishing.com/ for more information on how you can be an advanced reader.  

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þú swíþmihtig Bregu!                                                              Thou great and mighty chief! þú eormenþéod!                                                                        Thou hast a great army! Sé Kral forþsendon here                                                          The Kral sent forth his army…

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Working on the edits for our next book, City of Cayn.  This one picks up right where Son of Cayn ends.  Let me know what you think of our teaser. *** Crimson ‘X’s mark the doors along the streets of Upper Pazard’zhik.  Merchants and nobles alike have fallen victim to a deadly disease.  Has the…

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After supper, we sat around the carport  shooting the breeze.  It was one of those times when you spent more time talking than eating.  We had a good crowd with brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, and lets not forget the cousins.  The subject of our book came up and one them asked if this was the…

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(adaptation from the book by William Morgan, published by Section of anthropology, Department of the social sciences, Yale university, 1936) To store their food for the winter, the Navajo dry corn and bury it in a hole dug beside their hogan, a domed shelter made from dried mud.  They cover the hole with a stone…

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INTRODUCTION: The purpose of this document is to explain the origins of magic and mysticism as recorded by Gaius Horace Victorinus of Val Magus. His original writings were lost several centuries ago.  However, an illuminated manuscript of Victorinus’ works recently was discovered in the Library of the White Circle among dusty tomes of forgotten lore.…

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