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Dreams – Counterparts, Part I

Kiran Aldrich opened his eyes and looked around. The place he saw looked like home, but he knew it wasn’t. There wasn’t enough light. Everything was overcast, and shadows licked the buildings near where he stood. He took a hesitant step forward and then glanced down at his hands.

The Ring

I remember a bag being stuck over my head as I was led barefoot out of the building and into the ring. I had seen the ring before, of course. It was large and spacious and could sit thousands. There were at least that many there that day, all gathered together. All gathered for me. The bag was itchy. That...

The Child – Hero, Part II

“Perhaps,” Marcus said. She turned to Breanna, “Get me a horse.” “You can’t be thinking of going out there?” Marcus said. “Why not?” “It could be a trap,” Marcus said. “It could be,” Phaera said. “It matters little. If there’s a child hurt, I have to investigate.” “Then send someone else,” Marcus said. “Send men to do a job that...

The First of the Mermaids: Part IV

Leara watched as Nim’s body burned down into ashes. She still couldn’t believe her beautiful sister was dead. She was so angry at the Nazhu, but she was also angry at the people of Merdoc. If they had been different, if they hadn’t always been so set on fighting and angry words, there never would have been a problem. “We...

The Rise of Richard Sullivan: Chapter II

Five years later, Richard Sullivan stood next to a ship, his few belongings clutched in a carrying case in his left hand.  Lee Sanders stood next to him. They were too old now for tears, but it didn’t stop either of their eyes from twinkling with suppressed grief. “I don’t want you to leave,” Lee said.  “You’re like my brother,...

The End of a War – Hero, Part I

The wagons were loaded down with supplies, loot, and injured soldiers. On occasion, one would get stuck in the mud, and the troops would have to stop and dig the wheel out. When the war had first started, this had been cause for a lot of sore attitudes, but the war was over, and the soldiers were glad to be...

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