All the Little Lost Boys and Girls, Chapter 72

Captain Ragnikov's requiem continues, as voted for by my patrons. In this chapter, the Coalition is trying to get information aboard what in the Hell was going on aboard the Caleuche and down on Sanguine Atoll. One of their prospective sources of information is being difficult, and the other doesn't know as much as they… Continue reading All the Little Lost Boys and Girls, Chapter 72

All the Little Lost Boys and Girls, Chapter 71.

My patrons have voted and the newest update for this month is live; a continuation of our science-fiction horror. In this update, we're still with Alexei and Duty Before Glory in the final days of their lives. Fresh from the horrors of Gemini Pax, they're responding to a distress call from an Imperial vessel, hoping… Continue reading All the Little Lost Boys and Girls, Chapter 71.

Scars, Chapter 10

After five chapters, we've finally gotten to the confrontation between our hardy band of adventurers mercenaries and the Osel family, who've been up to some shenanigans of their own. Kidnapping, murder, cannibalism - you know, the kind of things you'd expect from farmers. ...if they were insane. Or they've had one drink too many. In… Continue reading Scars, Chapter 10

All the Little Lost Boys and Girls, Chapter 70

As voted for by my patrons, this month's second update is a continuation of our science fiction horror series, All the little lost boys and girls. The final tale of Captain Alexei Ragnikov continues as he scours space for hints of the Imperium's most secret research facility. Meanwhile, aboard said space station, Director Everett Hayes… Continue reading All the Little Lost Boys and Girls, Chapter 70

Scars, Chapter 9

“We should be at the Osel farm before lunch.” Letha nodded. “Good.” She wanted to get there, finish the investigation and find someplace safe to spend the night. Away from the Dead Lands and even farther from things like Linny Kater. Or at least, whatever had once been a young woman named Linny Kater. “I hope we find something useful.” “We probably will,” Justir answered her. “Is that optimism or instinct talking?” “Pessimism,” the former paladin replied. “And instinct.”