Lost Tales of Mercia

The First Lost Tale of Mercia: Golde the Mother
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 5,460. Language: English. Published: June 20, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
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"The Lost Tales of Mercia" are ten short tales that can be enjoyed as quick glimpses into the swashbuckling history of ancient England or read alongside the full-length novel, "Eadric the Grasper." In the First Lost Tale, the resolve of Eadric's mother is put to the test when a dangerous but powerful man appears on her doorstep.
The Second Lost Tale of Mercia: Ethelred the King
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 2. Price: Free! Words: 6,240. Language: English. Published: June 20, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
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"The Lost Tales of Mercia" are ten short tales that can be enjoyed as quick glimpses into the swashbuckling history of ancient England or read alongside the full-length novel, "Eadric the Grasper." Young Ethelred wants little more than to impress his half-brother, Edward. But when a conspiracy develops against Edward's future reign, Ethelred finds himself at the center of its success.
The Third Lost Tale of Mercia: Aydith the Aetheling
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 3. Price: Free! Words: 5,540. Language: English. Published: June 25, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
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“The Lost Tales of Mercia” are ten short stories that can be enjoyed as quick glimpses into the swashbuckling history of ancient England or read in addendum to the novel, "Eadric the Grasper." Aydith is a young aetheling whose distrust of the Norsemen often gets dismissed. With the encouragement of a kind hearth companion named Hastings, she might find another way to aid her country.
The Fourth Lost Tale of Mercia: Athelward the Historian
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 4. Price: Free! Words: 7,180. Language: English. Published: June 29, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
“The Lost Tales of Mercia” is a series of ten short stories set in England near the end of the Viking Age. These swashbuckling tales educate and entertain simultaneously. In this tale, Lord Athelward, an ealdorman who also wants to write history, finds his peace of mind disturbed when a strange woman named Golde and her young son Eadric show up on his doorstep with a ridiculous proposal.
The Fifth Lost Tale of Mercia: Alfgifu the Orphan
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 5. Price: Free! Words: 8,130. Language: English. Published: July 12, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
“The Lost Tales of Mercia” are ten short stories set in England near the end of the Viking Age. These swashbuckling tales, based heavily on true events, educate and entertain simultaneously. The Fifth Tale is the wildest yet. Meet a spited orphan named Alfgifu and the young Viking King, Canute. Together, they may be strong enough to defeat the crafty Eadric Streona.
The Sixth Lost Tale of Mercia: Hastings the Hearth Companion
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 6. Price: Free! Words: 7,240. Language: English. Published: July 26, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
“The Lost Tales of Mercia” are ten short stories set in England near the end of the Viking Age. These swashbuckling tales, based heavily on true events, educate and entertain simultaneously. In the Sixth Tale, a royal retainer named Hastings fights for his country and the Golden Cross, but entertains unrealistic notions of how his mistress, Aetheling Aydith, might reward him.
The Seventh Lost Tale of Mercia: Hildred the Maid
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 7. Price: Free! Words: 7,240. Language: English. Published: August 9, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
In the year 1005 A.D., a terrible famine strikes Engla-lond. When a poor young woman named Hildred grows desperate enough to break the law for her survival, a rising thegn named Eadric takes her fate in his hands. “The Lost Tales of Mercia” are ten short stories set in Viking Age England. They introduce the characters of the novel, "Eadric the Grasper," but each story stands independently.
The Eighth Lost Tale of Mercia: Canute the Viking
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 8. Price: Free! Words: 8,700. Language: English. Published: August 23, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
As a teenager, Canute struggles to find his place among differing religions. An unexpected relationship with another Jomsviking, forbidden by the Christians, may force him to choose a god. The Lost Tales are ten short stories set in Viking Age England (and related areas). They introduce the characters of the novel, "Eadric the Grasper," but each story stands alone.
The Ninth Lost Tale of Mercia: Runa the Wife
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 9. Price: Free! Words: 7,900. Language: English. Published: September 6, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
Runa expects to live her entire life isolated in the woods until she meets Thorkell the Tall. She tries to conform to society through a traditional marriage, but at a very high cost to them both. The Lost Tales are ten short stories set in Viking Age England (and related areas). They introduce the characters of the novel, "Eadric the Grasper," but each story stands alone.
The Tenth Lost Tale of Mercia: Edmund the Aetheling
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 10. Price: Free! Words: 6,510. Language: English. Published: September 20, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
In the final Lost Tale, prince Edmund suspects a plot against his father's life. He turns to his siblings, Aydith and Aethelstan, for help, but King Ethelred heeds none of them. Will they ever find someone they can trust? “The Lost Tales of Mercia” are ten short stories set in Viking Age England. They introduce the characters of the novel, "Eadric the Grasper," but each story stands alone.
The Lost Tales of Mercia
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia, Book 11. Price: Free! Words: 69,530. Language: English. Published: March 25, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General, Fiction » Adventure » General
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Read all ten Lost Tales compiled in one edition. Ten short stories explore Anglo-Saxon England through the eyes of ten intertwined lives: from a blushing maid to a bold mother, from a daring soldier to an unready king, and many others. The tales introduce the people who will fight, love, and betray each other until the rightful king claims the throne in the novel, "Eadric the Grasper."