I’m so sorry you’ve all been waiting for so long for an update, but I thought I’d let everyone know that I’ve sold my house, and am now going about the business of purchasing a new one.
Also, I was unaware that despite how much I really want a century old home, apparently proper basements weren’t a priority in 1917.
For those of you who would like to read the half finished chapter, just click on the read more below. I’m anticipating I still have two weeks worth of work left to put in before the whole thing is ready to go.
Much love and thank you for your patience,
“Where are you wandering too, little starling?” Murmurs Odin, the pinch of Huginn’s talons but a twinge in the noise of his thoughts. He cannot take his gaze from the boy, from the tall, wolf-lean shadow that gives his son a smile more fit for wild beasts than Princes.
Tell all my lovely followers and readers that I’ve posted a new chapter for Eidolon.
Working on Part II as I type this, and now that I’ve finished Teacher’s College (fuck yeah!) I will have much more time on my hands. Finally.
Much love, and thank you all for being so patient.
Chapter 13: Post 2/4
Before his eyes, from the bowers of this gnarled old tree, slips out a lean, tall young man, with all the colours of high-crowned autumn wrapped round a body as fine as a bright blade. Not a boy, not any longer. Not the same boy who’d hidden in the shadows on that great monster of a horse, not the soft-mouthed scholar who’d given him that gentle smile in and amongst the dusty light of Vanaheim’s library.