The Fellowship of the King Blog

Testament: Chapter 24

By M. C. Pehrson Word Count: 58,880 (total) Rating: PG-13 for disturbing imagery reminiscent of Jesus’ Crucifixion Summary: When a Christ-like Savior comes to the planet Vulcan, Spock and his uncle Sparn must decide how to react, and how these unfolding events might affect Spock’s complex and often troubled family life. Chapter 24 The priests... Continue Reading →


I Wish You Well

By Lucy Potter Word Count: 2597 Rating: PG Summary: Severus and Lily clearing the air between them, really - finally - getting a chance to see each other's point of view. Pepper-Ups for the Fenwicks in hand, Lily turned away from the shelf of bottles only to run straight into the front of a black-clad man.... Continue Reading →

Life and Love: A Jane Austen Drabble

By Audrey Elissa Hodson Word Count: 396 Rating: G Summary: A Jane Austen-style short fiction. Dawn crept through the thin linen window hangings. Our rooster ‘twas all but inept, as of late. But not to worry, as the sun was ever the faithful companion, as perhaps it always had been. I did not boast myself a... Continue Reading →

Look and At and Me

By Lucy Potter Word Count: 280 Rating: G Summary: Professor Snape laments his life. Come to me and take careful note Learn the truth, find your resolve Tell the ones that need to know Things are headed south One side dark and one side light But it don't pay to live like that So I... Continue Reading →

The Treeman of Roses: Chapter 11

By T.K. Wilson Word Count: 15261 Rating: PG for depictions of PTSD panic attacks and violence Summary: When Lady Goewyn of House Meridian meets the long missing treeman of roses, Lord Rhodon of the Western March, her eyes are opened to a new world of danger, magic, and healing. Chapter 11: Fight Fire with Fire... Continue Reading →

Venite Paremus: The Importance of Advent

By Beregond (aka Christopher Woods), November 14, 2017 Word count: 1268 Rating: G Summary: An essay on the importance of Advent, from both Eastern and Western perspectives Bilbo Baggins, that renowned hobbit of old, once said that he felt stretched, like too little butter spread across too much bread. No one would ever enjoy such... Continue Reading →

Sharpe: The Rise of a Natural Born Leader

By Graeme Restorick (alias Matthew Hill-spur) Word Count: 1334 Rating: G Summary: A Review of the TV series Sharpe  The Sharpe Series, based on Bernard Cornwell's books, was a popular period drama series set during the Napoleonic Wars that was originally screened on ITV in the UK between 1993 and 1997 (with one-off episodes based in... Continue Reading →

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