Writing Challenge, Week 12

Supervised Visitation by H. M. Snow   Sheltered from the crackling gunfire by a bank of file cabinets, two figures sat side-by-side on the floor. The elder, a woman in her mid-forties, said with a sudden hushed laugh, “What do you get when you cross a pitched battle with a pair of adolescent saurian mages?”... Continue Reading →

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Writing Challenge: Week 11

Scapegoat by H. M. Snow So many human bodies enclosed together should have made the meeting house noisy, but the only break in the hush was a shuddering breath here or there. No one dared make a noise louder than breath on this darkest and most sacred of occasions. Even the smallest ones, who should... Continue Reading →

Writing Challenge: Week 10

Author's Note: This one took me a long time. It's the first part of a planned series of short stories, but as it isn't in my usual area of speculative fiction, I find myself rather uneasy about it. Oh, well. That's the point of the challenge: to push myself. It's rather lengthier than the rest... Continue Reading →

Writing Challenge: Week 9

Author's Note: I blame this one entirely on Allen's Brain, who has always been something of a bad influence on me. (Yes, the title is a pun, as befits a story inspired by such a fiendish mind.) ** Betta Noire by H. M. Snow I say to people how I can take trouble or leave... Continue Reading →

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