Singh was under no illusions about what was happening to Archer right now, but he wouldn’t let that stop him. The commodore was a loyal officer of the Concord. She would understand that sacrifices had to be made. If the price was one life ended in order to save thousands or millions of others, that was a trade-off he was sure she’d make. It might cost him some sleep, but Hunt had been right: this wasn’t a war of ideology. They didn’t have to be ‘better’ then the Lefu. They just had to survive.
This week's drabble returns us to the modern era and the impossible catacombs beneath a large city, where a young grad student has made the find(s) of a lifetime: the wealth of a civilization no one has any record of... and its relentless, immortal guardian. In this installment, he comes to a realization about his… Continue reading Patreon Update: The Question of the King
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We have a new drabble up, with the prompts of 'better part of valour' from Pethrai D'Arkos and 'retreat is always an option' from Pyro Hawk, so with ideas like those, it should be no surprise that we're back in the City of Shadows, this time with the perspective of a newly-landed, uh, "immigrant" and… Continue reading Patreon Update: The Chase, and Drabble Prompt Thread
Greetings and welcome to my web page. Who am I and what is this all about? There's a handy-dandy 'about' link right up top, but the short version is: I am Proximal Flame, a writer who specializes in science fiction and fantasy. I've been hosting the lion's share of my work on SpaceBattles.com and my… Continue reading The Journey Begins