Intrigue raises its head in As the Wyrm Tyrns Chapter Two

Is this barista trying to draw a wyrm on the latte? Is it a clue? (Credit: Wikipedia/

Is this barista trying to draw a wyrm on the latte? Is it a clue?
(Credit: Wikipedia/”Takeaway”)

So far, it’s all been fun and games for magicians Geoffrey MacAlpine, down from Scotland, and Calpurnia Kingsley, in her home town of Great Yarmouth, England. But there’s a wyrm to put down, and other dangers lurk among the coffee shop tables.

Hmm, wait, that doesn’t sound right. The wyrm isn’t in the coffee shop. Unless it’s hiding. Where can one hide a wyrm in a coffee shop? Maybe dress it up as a barista?

In any case, turn to chapter two to pick up the story. If you’re new to the story, begin here. I put up a new chapter every Friday until the story is done.

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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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4 Responses to Intrigue raises its head in As the Wyrm Tyrns Chapter Two

    • Brian Bixby says:

      You know, the Punic version, not the Roman. 😉
      “I will not type in material on the day I post it. I will not type in material on the day I post it. I will not . . .”
      Corrected.

  1. I am so glad to see your fiction again! Love both chapters and am looking forward to next week! The story has already made me smile several times and LoL solidly once! Trust me: I seriously needed the LoL and the smiles as well as something good to read.

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