The Glaive of Light, A Celtic Fantasy story

The Glaive of Light (the sword of light) By Dr. Pelham K. Mead III   The Celtic old ones say that in the beginning of time, the good Gods and the evil Gods made a peace for short period of time. The good Gods would reign during the day and the evil Gods would rein in the night.   As a symbol of their peace a Glave of Light, or a Sword of light was fashioned out of the rarest stones of light. This sword was unlike any sword shaped by man or God for it was forged of diamonds … Continue reading The Glaive of Light, A Celtic Fantasy story

Run Rebel Run

  The Confederate 8th cavalry Texas Rangers in the Civil War 1865. Surrender if General Joe Johnson’s confederate troops on April 7th at Durham, North Carolina. Generals Johnson and General Sherman met at James Bennett’s farmhouse to arrange for surrender terms with amnesty for all troops. Unfortunately, on April 15 President Lincoln was assassinated by actor John Wilkes Booth. The north blamed the assassination on the south and President Jefferson Davis and they wanted the south to pay for the war and losses. When Secretary of War Stanton saw the terms of sure   surrender he rejected them and told … Continue reading Run Rebel Run

The Lion in the Carpet

The Lion in the Carpet By Dr. Pelham Mead III (c) Western Writers Assoc. Logline: In the 1950’s, while sitting on the toilet, a young boy with polio sees images of animals, especially a large headed Lion. The Lion, named Leo, frees the young boy from his leg crutches and takes him on journeys where they can walk through walls, fly the air, and appear invisible to people. Summary: Billy Alton is 8 years of age when he is struck with polio. He is confined to leg braces and on occasion an iron lung to help his breathing.   ACT … Continue reading The Lion in the Carpet