The conclusion to Martha’s Children

The struggle between Martha Fokker and Edward Cross is over. But what does that mean for Ned O’Donnell’s vampire police? And what of Martha and Cross, for that matter? And who’s going to tell us all this, anyhow? Find out in the concluding chapter to Martha’s Children, “Epilogue: She does as she pleases.”

With that, the story of Martha’s Children is over. It’s the second and longer serialized story I’ve told here in the past year or so. I’ve got two other posts to put up today, it is Halloween after all and this is Sillyverse, but after that, I’ll be taking a break for November. I’ll still be making the occasional post, but won’t get back to anything regular until December.

About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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5 Responses to The conclusion to Martha’s Children

  1. Russell says:

    BB, I have fallen far behind on MC, but wanted to congratulate you on this enormous achievement. As someone who tried, and failed, to keep up a regular fiction blog, I admire your creativity and your discipline. Kudos!

  2. crimsonprose says:

    Congratulations on another story complete. Meanwhile, FF Bk 1 ends in early January, and Neve ends at Christmas. I hope you’re feeling as good as I intend to feel then.

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