The Adventures of Einarr Stigandersen

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The Adventures of Einarr Stigandersen updates Tuesdays and Thursdays by noon Eastern time. I am now cross-posting on royalroadl.com, about 2 chapters behind.

Book Five: Einarr and the Tower of Ravens

5.28 – Huginn and Muninn - A fireplace dominated one wall of the long, rectangular room, and in front of that fireplace stood a thick pine…
5.27 – Raven-Door - “Would someone mind telling me why I have straw stabbing my back?” For someone who had just awoken from a…
5.26 – Poultice - Runa’s song had become little more than a buzzing in the background of Jorir’s attention as he bruised the honeyed…
5.25 – Infirmary - “Be careful, Erik, don’t jostle him. That looks awful.” Erik let Runa’s fretting pass without comment, but Jorir snorted. “That’s…
5.24 – Second Chance - That cut on his side was going to be a problem. It wasn’t likely to kill him, he didn’t think,…
5.23 – Valkyrie - “Let’s take this more seriously, then, shall we?” With a blast of wind the Valkyrie was in the air, hovering…
5.22 – Mortality - There was no statue of Trabbi, the loyal retainer, or of the former Captain Kragnir – but there was one…
5.21 – Relational Maze - Einarr stumbled through the door, blinking at the flash of light that had momentarily blinded him. Frowning, he looked about…
5.20 – Tuichu - Runa was terrifying when she was angry. Jorir once again wondered if Einarr knew what he was getting himself into…
5.19 – Deathmatch Tafl - “Any captured piece will be destroyed.” Jorir frowned. This may not have been the first time he played tafl for…
5.18 – Closed Circle - Irding and Erik skidded across the room and into the wall on the far side, the impact knocking the wind…
5.17 – Stenjätte - With a wordless shout of rage, Erik came hurtling back into the fray. It wasn’t just his own skin on…
5.16 – Floor Three - On the far side of the second room full of fairy lights, the four humans in the party sat on…
5.15 – Altered Memory - The edge of the spiral staircase he hurtled toward marked a bright line between safety and the abyss beyond. Jorir…
5.14 – Raven Dreams - Jorir held out a hand to stop the other two even as Runa charged forward. “Hard enough to get through…
5.13 – Hero Worship - Runa stood at the entry to the room full of bubbles and swallowed. It was one of the most beautiful…
5.12 – Among the Leaves So Green - Einarr was quite pleased with himself for spotting a fresh trail before his grandfather pointed it out to him, not…
5.11 – Bubbles - The sound of stone grinding on stone signalled the puzzle door closing behind them, although they were already far enough…
5.10 – Into the Tower - Tendrils of mist extended inward toward the tower that rose from the water like some giant’s spear, curling about the…
5.9 – Undersea Assailant - Einarr cut his shout of surprise short as frigid water closed over his head. The thing that had hold of…
5.8 – Lost in Fog - For five days they sailed east, by oar as often as by wind, before they caught so much as a…
5.7 – A Borrowed Boat - When Einarr and his team ventured forth the next morning most of East Port was still asleep, such that even…
5.6 – At the Blue Hall - The public hall where Einarr found the Vidofnings and Brunnings was surprisingly large for a town no bigger than East…
5.5 – Whispering Woods - Einarr set his jaw. Cursing himself for a fool, and glad he hadn’t moved his feet just there, he turned…
5.4 – Hasty Departure - Reki came to dinner the evening after their fragrant baths looking satisfied with herself, and Runa came looking chastened. Einarr…
5.3 – Medicinal Bath - Three paces outside the door of the hall his tune trailed off and he stopped, now seeing what was in…
5.2 – Wise Women’s Table - “Please, be seated. There’ll be no leaving until morning at the earliest anyway.” The old matron moved deftly to the…
5.1 – Matrons of the Hall - East Port on the island of Breidhaugr sat like a village in the island’s plains, small and quiet and unassuming. Even…
Book Five: Einarr and the Tower of Ravens - Having just escaped from the demonic fleet of the strange cult, Einarr and the crew of the Vidofnir are in need…

Book Four: Einarr and the Demon’s Fleet

4.28 – Duel - Captain Kragnir’s face was flushed scarlet with rage as he faced his Mate in the middle of the challenge circle.…
4.27 – Aftermath - The black storm blowing around the last of the cult ships had begun to dissipate before the Skudbrun and the…
Further delay - Having a baby in the house has, in afraid, has a greater impact on my ability to write than I…
4.26 – A New Deal - Einarr froze a moment, frowning, certain that he’d offended her but not sure why. Then, unbidden, the memory of the…
4.25 – Unnatural Selection - The volley of arrows flew in a flaming arc from the Vidofnir across to the enemy vessel. At the peak…
4.24 – Fire Rain - Einarr limbered his bow as the enemy ships came into view. The storms that carried them after the Skudbrun swirled…
4.23 – Changing Tide - Einarr had Sinmora at the top of her swing when a pair of shoulders barreled into his knees from behind.…

Book Three: Einarr Stigandersen and the Allthane’s Masquerade

Book Two: Einarr and the Oracle of Attilsund

Book One: Einarr Stigandersen and the Jotünhall

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