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Denys gasped, and doubled over. Pain stung him, biting his skin. He fought for breath as his surroundings wavered and reality reshaped around him. The sky was dark with blood and death. Bodies littered the battlefield. He recognised Georgia and … Continue reading
Postscript has been sent to my editor. I’m aiming for a release date of 7 February, as that’s my birthday and a significant one. Elijah surveyed the room, contentment and the satisfaction of a job well done settling on him. … Continue reading
Mason got up and paced across the room, holding the phone in front of him so they could continue their conversation. “Promise you won’t laugh.” “Never. Scout’s honour.” “You were a scout?” Mason raised an eyebrow. “No, but the thought’s … Continue reading
He and Lewis had exchanged letters at first, carefully worded in case they fell into the wrong hands. Then, last year, after Lewis was stationed in Italy, the letters stopped. News of heavy fighting and casualties amongst the New Zealand … Continue reading
“Do you want to grab some lunch from the bakery and check the journal again?” Mason yawned and stretched. “I could do with another coffee, and they do have the best in town.” “Sure.” Elijah clenched and unclenched his hands. … Continue reading
“I love the street lights. They’re wonderfully old-fashioned and remind me of Narnia.” “Me too! I loved those books.” Elijah hadn’t shown someone new around town for ages. His own delight of being here faded the longer he stayed away … Continue reading
Working through beta reader comments this week… “So, the old house?” Elijah sounded intrigued. “I haven’t got back to Kedgetown much over the last th—few years. It’s been deserted for as long as I can remember.” He frowned. “I think … Continue reading
“And don’t forget to add that as we’re not one of you, we’re disposable,” Denys added, standing to give Aric his support. “And if we run into trouble, you’ll be there to help in an instant, yes? “Of course we—” … Continue reading
Another wave caught the edge of the ship, and Denys clung miserably to the rail. “Why don’t you come back inside?” Aric caressed Denys’ back with slow meant-to-be soothing circles. “I wanted some fresh air.” At least outside, he didn’t … Continue reading