Monthly Archives: November 2016

An apology: no chapter today (11/25/16)

For the first time ever, I’ve missed a scheduled post of a chapter in my serialized stories on this blog. I apologize to any readers who were disappointed. It was a case of force majeure — I spent last night and this … Continue reading

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I get by with a little help from my friends in chapter 7 of As the Wyrm Tyrns

Geoffrey MacAlpine prepares to confront the wyrm with his unexpected partner, the American photographer Jacintha Lowell, while Calpurnia Kingsley fumes back at home with her diminished role as a researcher. They almost all got killed last time. But Geoff has … Continue reading

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It’s all talk in chapter six of As the Wyrm Tyrns

Our intrepid band of magicians didn’t come out so well in their first encounter with the wyrm. Jacintha went brain-dead, Calpurnia got a hot foot, and Geoff is contending for the Ambrose Burnside Award for least competent leader. So it’s … Continue reading

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Hunka hunka burnin’ somethin’ in chapter 5 of As the Wyrm Tyrns

Looks like Jacintha and Calpurnia have both lost their first confrontations with the wyrm. And with wyrms, losing confrontations is usually fatal. So what can Geoff do? Get more help, of course! And some help he gets without even asking! … Continue reading

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