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SPLINTER Episode 4: Ghosts of Albright Acres

Episode 4: Ghosts of Albright Acres Pike “I can’t remember the last time I ate so well.” I dabbed my napkin across my mouth then set it to the side of my plate. “A fine homecoming meal, Ellie.” “Well, thank

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SPLINTER Episode 6: Airship Down

Episode 6: Airship Down Al A cold droplet plopped on my cheek. I blinked eyelids of lead and then quickly squeezed them shut as they adjusted to the oppressive sunlight. The tresses of the porch blurred in and out of

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SPLINTER Episode 7: The Crash Site

Episode 7: The Crash Site Pike Our horses opened into a gallop as they charged through the meadow and into the treeline. Al sailed ahead of the rest of us, as usual, seemingly without a care in the world, but

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SPLINTER Episode 8: From the Wreckage

Episode 8: From the Wreckage Al My ears rang like someone had used my head to smash in the keys of an out-of-tune piano. Debris rained around me, and the dust was as thick as fog. I stretched to rub

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SPLINTER Episode 9: Whispers in the Wind

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Episode 9: Whispers in the Wind Pike “What in Heaven’s name happened to you?” Mae gawked from the doorway as we climbed the porch steps. She glanced at Lloyd, who was sneaking around the corner of the house, leading the

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SPLINTER Episode 11: The Sleepless Giant

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Episode 11: The Sleepless Giant Al My legs were restless, and I couldn’t stop fidgeting. Everyone else had gone to sleep hours ago, but something kept me awake. I beat my pillow with my fist and pulled the covers around

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SPLINTER Episode 12: Promises

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Episode 12: Promises Pike “Where is he? I can’t believe he’d just go off like that.” I burst through the front door, letting it slam behind me. “Of all the inconsiderate, irresponsible—” “Who ya mad at, Pike?” Maddie combed a

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Birth of a Hero

Name of Web-Serial: Birth of a Hero Posting Schedule:  Mondays Post Minimum:250 words Genres: Action, Superhero, Drama Graphic Elements: Language, violence, imagery, some sexual situations Brief Summary or Premise: Nathan Laurent, scion and black sheep of Port City’s ruling family, entered a downward

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Prologue: Floating – part one

Grey. That was the color of his world. The grey of a heavy London fog. The kind that clung to the skin, muffled sound and seeped into the throat and lungs with every breath, making breathing difficult. The grey even

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Prologue: Floating – Part 3

Nathan found himself floating in the formless grey fog again. It was darker this time. Heavier. Almost a true black. Each time he found himself here in this prison, the darkness of the void appeared to have seeped in more

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