Monthly Archives: September 2015

Operation Caesar’s Folly (Part VII)

Beth didn’t bother keeping her plane in the clouds. Her plane was already painted up in Italian colors, and these were Italian skies. She wouldn’t run across any other planes all the way out here (not likely anyway), but anyone … Continue reading

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The Tale of Ayla, Part 7

It has been raining for several days now. It rains often on the coasts of the Sorrows. In the town, the streets are slow flowing rivers of mud, through which a pack of children play by the fading daylight. Splashing … Continue reading

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Operation Caesar’s Folly (part VI)

Victoria stood on the bridge looking at the Alps coming into view below her as the ship skimmed the underbelly of the grey clouds. “Range?” She queried the navigator, estimating 50 miles in her head. “45 miles over land, ma’am,” … Continue reading

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Update and Anniversary

So first and foremost, an explanation as to why two weeks in a row there has been no story. I have been super, SUPER sick since about the 27th of August. Doctor says it probably started as a cold that … Continue reading

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