February 4th, 2019

The Old Kingdom

Shadow of the Tower fic: A Falcon at Stoke Field

So yes, I did write some stories for [community profile] fandom_stocking , and now that I know their recipients have read them, I can post them. 

Title: A Falcon at Stoke Field
Author: 
[personal profile] kaffyr 
Fandom: Shadow of the Tower
Characters: Henry VII, Simnel the Pretender, two guards
Words: 926
Summary: One name had been left behind, the next was never his to begin with. In the aftermath of Stoke Field, Lambert Simnel chooses a new identity.
Author's note: This was written, with great affection, for 
[personal profile] thisbluespirit  for [community profile] fandom_stocking  2018. I thank her for luring me into yet another fandom, and with luck, this offering will be acceptable. My research is superficial at best, but the story's two central conceits lie in reports that the young pretender was called by the name he chose in some contemporary accounts (per Wikipedia at least) and that he eventually became a falconer.
Edited by: Unedited, but obsessively reread. Any mistakes are my own.
Disclaimer: I own nothing, particularly Henry VII or Lambert Simnel,  and take no coin. 
Read here, or at AO3.

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Dept. of Birthdays

One Day Late

Happy Birthday to nucleosides, whose dedication to family and friends is admirable, whose ability to organize and stay focused I am impressed beyond measure with, and a Dr. Who and BBC fan who shares many of my fandom loves. May 2019 be a very good year for you and yours; may health problems stay at a minimum, may those you love have years full of joy, and may I continue to see you here for a very long time. 
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