Monthly Archives: May 2016

Mina’s Angel (Revised)

[I was never happy with the original confrontation I wrote between Natalie and the Sorcerer, but I was reluctant to go back and change it. It was done, right? You can’t just go back and change it if it’s done. … Continue reading

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The Tale of Ayla and the Bull of Narine

“That one there,” the grenz points over the thatch roofs of the houses, towards the western sky, just above the setting sun, “Do you see it?” The rain has finally stopped, for a few hours at least, and the sky … Continue reading

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Operation Caesar’s Folly (part XIII)

Issac locked the door of his room and leaned against the wall beside it, watching 0sc4r slowly making rounds of the room. When the automaton was reasonably certain there were no listening devices in the room, it nodded, and Issac … Continue reading

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Vanna’s War (conclusion)

The missile hissed as it hurtled through the air towards the drone, colliding with the shield and exploding just like the first one had. For a split second, the drone did seem confused, its tracking beams moving wildly in all … Continue reading

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