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August 16, 2017

Broken branches, disturbed forest floor… Pierre Rochon knew the signs. A seasoned voyageur, he could track a squirrel through the trees by sight alone. This was different, though, and it disturbed him. A trail of footprints littered the forest floor, wide and humanlike...

August 9, 2017

Major Tarleton was at a low point in his short life. At twenty-seven years of age, his wealthy father having bought his commission, he should have been in high spirits due to his elevated circumstances. Yet tonight he was low. So very low. The woman he wanted, lusted a...

May 10, 2017

She didn’t know what to do and often never did. The night creatures stirred: crickets chirped, owls hooted, and possums and raccoons held dominion over trash heaps and chicken coops. She was scared, fear gripping her like a living thing with icy fingers of terror. What...

February 7, 2017

It was supposed to be a four, maybe six month foray into the Wilderness to collect some skins, maybe process some salt from the rich lands of Kain-tuck-ee and then home. That was it. No dilly-dallying, no beating around the bush. All of them had family, all of them had...

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