The Sword of Power

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The Sword of Power - Excalibur - was given to Uther Pendragon to heal the land not divide it. Now with Uther's death and no apparent heir to claim the throne and both the Christian Abbott of Glastonbury and the High Priestess of Avalon claiming the sword as theirs how will it serve to heal when it appears to dividing those who should seek to heal the land and their people.

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Words: 3,670
Language: English
ISBN: 9781936099030
About Carol Hightshoe

A native Texan, Carol found her way to her current home in Colorado by way of a five-year detour in The Nederlands - courtesy of her husband Tim and the US Air Force.

An avid reader at a young age, her strong desire to write came from her love of (her husband calls it her obsession with) Star Trek. It was this early love of Star Trek that led her to the Science Fiction and Fantasy genres.

In addition to her writing she has worked as a receptionist/office manager for two veterinary clinics, a deputy sheriff in El Paso County Colorado and for the Professional Bull Riders.

She has been published in various anthologies and magazines including "Creature Fantastic", "Illuminated Manuscripts", PanGaia Magazine, "Stories of Strength", "The Stygian Soul", Baen's Universe, Tales of the Talisman and Beyond Centauri.

She is also a contributing author to Dragon Moon Press's "Complete Guide to Writing Science Fiction".

She is the editor and publisher of the online ezines: The Lorelei Signal and Sorcerous Signals. She also runs her own micro-press - WolfSinger Publications.

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Review by: Slave Kala on July 30, 2011 :
A kind of 'prequel' of the Arthurian legend, wherein a Druidic Priestess confronts a Christian Abbott as to who should have the sword Excalibur.
Fairly well written, but it does tend to jump around a bit an force readers to follow or lose the thread of the story. It may be considered a stand-alone short but I believe it might be the opening chapter of a larger work.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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