Archive | September 6, 2019

Read Me Elsewhere

Hello! If you’re only reading me  here, you’re missing things!

Or at least some things. 

On Ko-Fi, free for anyone to read:

City Meeting – The Tinies are going to a meeting….
Lost & Found – In the city of Dragons next Door, the Tinies often find the lost. 
Ferry – If you arrived at the Landing, a ferry would be waiting. 
Checkpoint – Abby & Liv(s) weren’t the only ones trapped in the Mall

On Patreon – those that are free are marked with a * – This month is up for grabs
Last month was Holidays and Lazy days; July was Arts & Crafts. 
Duck, Duck, Mall* Photos from my weekend
Postcards  –  Photos! Of my postcard collection
Going Somewhere….? “This year,” Gilda declared, “We’re going somewhere.”
A Much-Needed Break – “You,” Mike declared, “are taking a vacation.  All three of us are.” – Addergoole
Bomb* – The “Gardener” series – the statue to Damkina’s husband was now wearing a kilt.
CurriculumAddergoole, Year 10: “I hate this place.”
Electives – Every member of Bellamy’s family took at least one extra Art Class and one extra shop class.

Snacks – If I  had thought Girl Scouts was difficult, I  had not remotely been prepared for summer camp. 

On Archive of Our Own – free to read and ongoing. (all Harry Potter ‘verse)
Exchange Students – Harry is going to Addergoole. Porter is coming to Hogwarts. Nothing could possibly go wrong!
Reconstruction – The war is over, and yet Harry, Hermione, and Ron, Neville, Luna, and Ginny find they have another war on their hands. What’s more, Harry appears to have an enslaved Draco on his hands.
New on AO3:
Inherited – Severus was dying, and he was dying free.  Then everything went wrong. 
A Solution, of Sorts – my take on the Wedding Law & Harem tropes.

On Mastodon – free to read and fun to join; super short fics
Silver Rain – on Podka, it was said to rain silver.
Orange Sunset Parlay – The Imperial Captain wants to talk to Yonpler. 
Rooftop – Jasper and the House converse. (Haunted House)

On Sufficient Velocity – an interactive Fae Apoc Quest
Rhiannon was not expecting any of this.  But now she’s got to figure out what to do while a bunch of jerks keep attacking her city. 
This has continued on quite entertainingly!  Stop in and vote in the quest.

And while I’m having trouble keeping it updated: 

Running in the Bear Empire 55: Coming Home

First: Running in the Bear Empire
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Next: 56 – His Grace by the Claw of the Bear Herself

The capital city was one of those cities that didn’t so much as rise into sight on the horizon as pop up suddenly when you rounded a bend in the road.  Nestled in the middle of the Bear Mountains, the city had been stopped from expanding further by the need to keep the pass clear through the entire year, including the six to eight months a year where the pass might be covered in snow.  There were buildings carved into the sides of the pass, but by regulation and army enforcement, those buildings were forced to stay back from the edges of the track far enough that even the widest wagons could head through with no problems, even in the worst weather. 

Thus, they went from the vendors leaning over the edges of their balconies, calling down to them about their fine wares, better prices than in the city, of course, and better quality of manufacture as well, around a corner where no vendors had managed to carve homes, into the gates of the city with the buildings looming up above them.  Continue reading