Ariella, an heroic tale

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Rymer the troubador possesses only one thing of value in all the world: his beloved lute, Ariella. Unfortunately it has been stolen by minions of a terrible ogre. Without fear, Rymer sets off to find Ariella. On the way he learns he must get past the Black Duke in his Castle Starke. Luckily, Rymer has one ally in the person of Swine Girl. If only she didn't smell so bad. More

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Published: Nov. 18, 2011
Words: 23,830
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466097346
About Steve Bartholomew

The author was born a long time ago. He spent three years in the US Army where he learned a lot of vital skills, such as how to use a soldering iron and screwdriver, as well as how to make the bed, mop the floor, and wash dishes. He grew up and spent most of his life in San Francisco. After obtaining a useless liberal arts degree, he became a social worker and did more than 20 years in the mean streets of New York City, San Francisco, and rural California. He is now devoted to writing books, which he should have been doing in the first place. He has written some science fiction and fantasy, but is now mainly interested in tales of the Old West. Some previous publications:
• THE TERRORIST PLOT AT GOPHERVILLE, © 2006, Lulu.com
• GOLD, A TALE OF THE CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH, © 2008, ePress Online
• JOURNEY TO RHYOLITE, © 2009, Norlights Press
• CHAPEL PERILOUS, © 2009, Norlights Press.
• THE IMAGINARY EMPEROR, ® 2011, Untreed Reads

All of the above may be viewed at most on-line retailers, or visit my web site at http://www.chargedbarticle.org

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Reviews

Review by: Sue A. Lehman on Jan. 26, 2012 : star star star star
Nice story, Bart! Love the bits of humor and character growth in this short novella. Fun action bits with the various battles and escapes in and around the fabled castle. Also love the names of the characters too.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Lorraine Fraser King on Dec. 12, 2011 : star star star star
A mixture of fable and fantasy this should appeal to a variety of readers of all ages. Rymer is deprived of his beloved lute and sets out to reclaim it. His search takes him into unexpected situtations with twists and turns which keep the reader engaged throughout.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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