Anyhow, more than a year ago I wrote an 'abridged' Canterbury Tale about a young peasant girl herding livestock who gets kidnapped and enslaved by a witch. Feeling this story mirrored current trends in human trafficking and the factors behind rural-urban migration, I've decided to put this Tale in the hands of the Prioress. Hopefully it'll be a less controversial Tale than her first one.
The Tale involves enchanted forests, flying broomsticks and the usual motiffs associated with witchcraft.
So far I've dedicated four solid days to The Prioress's Second Tale and I'm very pleased with the progress.
If only I could find it a market when it's finished!