Flash Fiction Monday: The Faeries and the Sea – Winoc Part 9

Stone braziers lit the open-air market. It was crowded, despite the hour. Cobblestone roads cut between the canvas stalls and animal pens where pigs, chickens, and sheep were held. Emile struggled with the keg of ale. The oak barrel weighed more than a yoke. She smiled as she waddled from the cart to Ninkasi’s table. … Continue reading Flash Fiction Monday: The Faeries and the Sea – Winoc Part 9