Daphne deals with the nature of gods in chapter 17 of To Ride the Lightning Bolt

Bastet statue in British Museum
(Credit: Wikipedia/Einsamer Schütze

What do you do when an eight-foot tall alien prostrates herself in front of you and grabs your foot with her hand? This is not a question Daphne Vane had ever expected to be asked, let alone have it become an actual issue in her life. Especially while she’s still held in a prison cell, with an arm and leg chained to the floor.

Turns out Daphne’s going to get some answers as to just what’s been happening to her. These are answers she’s going to need, and soon, like within hours. Read “. . . comes the thunder,” chapter 17 of To Ride the Lightning Bolt, my weekly serial about a young American woman with a very strange heritage which might prove her salvation or her doom.

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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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