Archive | March 11, 2016

Second Thoughts, Third Thoughts – A Patreon Story

A story of going-to-Doomsday-Academy

“Here we are.” Adelaide looked at her three children, then looked back at the gate in front of them. She stole another glance at her kids and sighed.

Ameera had gone to Addergoole two years ago. This would be her third year there, and she looked both worried and eager. Lorccán was going this year. He looked eager. He didn’t really know what he was getting into.

But first, they were going to Doomsday. She wasn’t sure if she was going to tell Addergoole about her third child – and Doomsday started years earlier than Addergoole, anyway. Continue reading

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Pickled Kept, a ficlet (@dahob)

The first breath felt like he’d been drowning, although he hadn’t been able to drown since he was a kid. Munroe took a ragged second breath and a third before he even opened his eyes.

There was a glass panel inches from his face, and there was fluid of some sort down by his feet-fins. He blinked a few times, clearing his eyes. He was in some sort of cave, stone all around, and there were dozens of tubes like his lined up around the room.

He’d been talking to a woman in the market. That was the last thing he could remember. And now…

The glass slid away. A woman – that woman – stepped into view. She was smiling. “Oh, good. You’re awake. How are you feeling?”

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Second Thoughts, Third Thoughts – a story of Doomsday posted on Patreon

A story of going-to-Doomsday-Academy

“Here we are.” Adelaide looked at her three children, then looked back at the gate in front of them. She stole another glance at her kids and sighed.

Ameera had gone to Addergoole two years ago. This would be her third year there, and she looked both worried and eager. Lorccán was going this year. He looked eager. He didn’t really know what he was getting into.

But first, they were going to Doomsday…

(read on – free for everyone to read)

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The Year Cya Didn’t Keep anyone – reposted on Patreon

I have cleaned up and reposted “The Year Cya Didn’t Keep Anyone” here on Patreon for all & sundry to read.

This story began the Cloverleaf saga. It was originally posted on Dec. 5, 2012.

In the aftermath, it was called The Year Cya Didn’t Keep Anyone.

She freed the lost boy named after a destroyed city — a boy her grandson had found forher, the way his father had brought her home boy after boy when he was in school — dropped her grands off at school, and walked out into the wilderness.

Read On…

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