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A Stitch in Rhyme by PiedSpider

A fantastical yarn for the curlicued mind. 

Welcome, carpet beetles and all bookworms,
call me Laren Crawford (or Pied Spider).
I hope this sonnet makes you more informed—
enough to be A Stitch in Rhyme insider.

It tells of Dilys and of Aeronwy,
two teens who study making magic marvels
until they’re tangled in conspiracy
and find to their chagrin how life unravels.

More than novel, it’s an online world
filled with tears and laughter, greed and graft,
with people, places, myths, and songs unfurled
in colored yarn crocheted and photographed.

The story’s free and updates twice a week,
so start your reading, find the tale you seek!


A serialized novel, updating twice weekly

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Listed: Aug 7, 2017

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Delightful Shakespearean Like Humor

By Kridina, member

Aug 19, 2017: Now, I was not expecting to run across what appears to be epic poetry, prose, and something very nearly like a play you’d find in the "olden days", but here it is!

This is not your typical serial novel. There is a stab of humor and the word usage is entertaining. If poetry and word imagery is difficult for you to read, why I hear there is even audio available! Testimonies on the author’s page declare that helps.

As for this reader, I need not audio to find this entertaining. I declare this a "must read", but it may not be an easy one. This is a writing that makes you think and ponder whilst also making you wonder "Is this purposely silly?"

Yes, I think it is!

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