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Jul 12, 2019

When the thunder and lightning started, he set his camera to continuous shooting mode, in the hopes of catching a breath-taking shot of a lightning bolt.  He did, but his camera caught a glimpse of something else as well.  There appeared to be, in one particular shot, a ladder.  A lean-to ladder that wasn’t leaning on...


Jul 5, 2019

The spoon was created by a mage who took the quintessence of creativity from the legendary bard, raconteur, and wit known as Glyfarien, at the moment of his death, and transferred it into a silver spoon.  Glyfarien was said to have the proverbial silver tongue (some say the mage made the spoon from the bard’s tongue,...


Jun 28, 2019

I’m no scientist, but I ended up learning a lot about blood when I was young.  I have—or had—an inherited condition called thalassemia major.  My medical charts have all the details.  I don’t need to go over it.  Suffice it to say, I had a fairly serious version of the condition and had to get regular blood...


Jun 21, 2019

The island was uninhabited.  It had been on the maps for decades, lying somewhere in the South Pacific Ocean below the Pitcairn Islands, but having no name, no accessible valuable resources, or signs of previous habitation, or even signs of pirate visitation.

 

On a remote island, a researcher finds a strange link...


Jun 14, 2019

“Will a ring do?  It’s small enough.  It won’t be a hindrance.”

“No,” said the queen of the northern kingdom.  “It must be something that won’t fall off in battle.”  Her maidservant had brought a great many fine things into the chamber for consideration.  Rings, diadems, collars.  She did not know the...