Forging ahead with fictional endeavours: ~ Write a life on a page and hurry not to its grave; abhor not the coming age, for eternal is the next page. ~ Read what you will, I hope you will enjoy reading as much as I do writing.

Blood treaties.


Finally,  wrote my flash fic for Friday Fictioneers.

Hilda was the picture of a pampered royal. Her wine dripped down King Alfred’s face. “I refused to marry him!” Hilda stormed out of the room. Her father, Raymond, stammered an apology before looking beseechingly at his court advisor, Ilvay. Ilvay shrugged, and twirled his goatee. “Hilda’s impetuous nature can be remedied. Her ruby necklace, Alfred’s blood and a simple enchantment; your treaty will be affirmed by nightfall.” The Royals shared a look, then nodded in unison. “Very well, but… There will be Consequences beyond my knowledge.” Raymond drained his goblet; slamming it down.

“Damn the consequences!” Ilvay bowed; victorious grin hidden.


Comments on: "Blood treaties." (11)

  1. I don’t know much about Blood treaties but I know that When you write you inspire…the very reason I am nominating you for The Versatile Blogger Award. check here for details

  2. I like your story! Nan 🙂

  3. -applauds- Loved it!

  4. I have to ask this, what are the consequences? Great story!!

  5. Very good! I get the feeling that Ilvay has something a bit nasty up his sleeve. Does he wish to become the power behind the throne, perhaps?

  6. I smell trouble afoot.


  7. Good story of royal intrigue, Penshift Marriage arranged through magic. Well done. 🙂 — Suzanne

  8. Ooh – I don’t think I like that Ilvay. I wonder what the consequences will be…?

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