Winter Kill – Chapter Sixteen

Here I am with another chapter of Winter Kill – finally. Hope you enjoy this chapter! On with the story! Ver’thad stooped down and squinted at one of the many computer’s that surrounded him. Good, he thought. Everyone’s there. He frowned as his eyes locked on Mooney, who was just starting to stir, along withContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Sixteen”

Winter Kill – Chapter Fifteen

Welcome to all my new followers! I now have over 400 WordPress followers (excluding e-mail followers)!!! Wow, thanks people! Sorry for the hiatus. I’m nearing the finish of this story (don’t worry, there’s a sequel directly to Winter Kill coming) and had to go back and reread the previous chapters to make sure that IContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Fifteen”

Winter Kill – Chapter Fourteen

Rue came to with a groan. Where am I? Everything was fuzzy. She blinked, but it became blurrier. A figure leaned over her face. “Unit is waking up,” a deep male voice said. Unit? Wh-what’s going on? Where am I? She winced. Stop being so loud! My ears hurt, she wanted to scream, but sheContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Fourteen”

Winter Kill – Chapter Thirteen

Previous chapters in this story: The Azren Chronicles: Winter Kill – Chapter One Winter Kill – Chapter Two Winter Kill – Chapter Three Winter Kill – Chapter Four Winter Kill – Chapter Five Winter Kill – Chapter Six Winter Kill – Chapter Seven Winter Kill – Chapter Eight Winter Kill – Chapter Nine Winter KillContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Thirteen”

Winter Kill – Chapter Twelve

Sorry everyone for the delay in posting another Winter Kill chapter. And I have another apology to make – I realized that the distraction I had me and Racquel doing in the previous chapter was sort of a blooper. I realized that we could have just as easily have distracted whom we needed to distractContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Twelve”

Winter Kill – Chapter Eleven

Announcement: I am in the midst of editing Zion‘s sequel Zion: The Rebellion for publication on Amazon’s Kindle. Bloggers other than myself that have appeared so far: bottomlesscoffee007 Britchy Racquel Riverside Peace Jones Don’t forget to check out and subscribe each and every one their blogs if you haven’t already – they are all uniqueContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Eleven”

Winter Kill – Chapter Ten

Previous installments in The Azren Chronicles series: The Trouble with Pies (And Why they Are Necessary) Nine Lives (this is a prelude to a future Azren Chronicles story) {REMINDER: blogger characters personalities are fictionilised [particularly mine] and blogger characters past [such as mine and jmshistorycorner’s] are completely fictitious} The light turned green and the trioContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Ten”

Winter Kill – Chapter Nine

THE SILVER SIRIUS, CRYSTALDELL, IOTA PARADA Rue craned her neck as she tried to take it all in. The Silver Sirius was several stories high and was one of the oldest buildings in Cyrstaldell, the capital city of the planet Iota Parada. On the walls of the Silver Sirius were carvings of Crystaldell when theContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Nine”

Winter Kill – Chapter Eight

Sorry for the delay. Previous installments in Winter Kill: Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four Chapter Five Chapter Six Chapter Seven Previous installments in The Azren Chronicles: The Trouble with Pies (And Why they Are Necessary) Want to browse through my other stories? Go to this post where there is a comprehensive listContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Eight”

Winter Kill – Chapter Six

Previous installments in Winter Kill: Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Previous installments in The Azren Chronicles: The Trouble with Pies (And Why they Are Necessary) Blogger characters that have appeared so far: bottomlesscoffee007 as Steve Bond. jmshistorycorner as Jones. Rakkelle as herself. Britchy as herself. Rue as Rue the Avenger.Continue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Six”

Winter Kill – Chapter Five

Britchy, Bond, Racquel, and Rue exited the cargo hold and headed back towards the other passengers. “You two could have killed yourselves,” Bond chided them, though Rue could tell that he secretly very, very much enjoyed what they did. Britchy shot him a patronising smile. “I never do penance,” she retorted. “And we helped save youContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Five”