Birdie’s Song I – 12 pages –
What if the Warrior and the Bard had a twelve year old daughter trying to be just like them.
Birdie’s Song II – 56 pages
A history and continuation of the warrior and bard’s twelve year old offspring.
Birdie’s Song III – The Little Warrior – 68 pages
Continuation of Birdie’s Song
Birdie’s Song IV – The Nightmare – 64 pages
Birdie is the young adolescent daughter of our favorite warrior and bard. She has many of the talents and the flaws of her parents and a few interesting characteristics of her own.
Birdie’s Song V – Day in the Life – 50 pages
A little lighter faire for our Birdie after the heavy drama of Dahak and Hope of “Nightmare”. Just a day in the life, but never dull.
Birdie’s Song VI – Rachelle – 50 pages
Birdie’s story continues. Birdie, the 13 year old daughter of our favorite Warrior and Bard, is growing up but the misadventures continue, and so her life and learning expands. One can read this song without reading the earlier stories, but you will understand her better if you do.
Birdie’s Song VII – Invasion – 92 pages
The adolescent daughter of Xena and Gabrielle is growing up and it’s no easier for her than it was for any of the rest of us. On this plate of adventure there is conflict with the Romans on the horizon, every day skirmishes with her parents, and a new love becoming more and more important to her.
Birdie’s Song VIII – Talus – 98 pages
Birdie’s Song IX – The Road Trip – 99 pages
Xena the Conqueror, Gabrielle the Bard, Birdie and Rachelle set off for Athens to attend the annual Academy of Bards convention. And a road trip always brings adventures, learning experiences, romance, and surprises.
Birdie’s Song X – Gone – 167 pages
Remember when you were fourteen? Your parents knew little about life, if anything at all, you and your friends were the only people who were wise, and goddess help everyone if you were in love. This one is about utter rebellion and the repercussions.