“I saw three bombs come flying in,
On Christmas day, on Christmas day;
I saw three bombs come flying in,
On Christmas day, in the morning.”
Dylan looked up from the sand castle he was making and shook his head. Why did the older kids have to make fun of the song? It was a good song,…
This is a review of "Wages of Death", the first book in my "Shadow for Hire" series. No, I was not so egotistical as to write myself a review. This comes from Alabama, courteous of the (metaphorical) pen of Ryan.
“What makes you think I would know what a clue looks like?” Jim asked.
“Because you know everything, don’t you?” Wyatt answered. “It’s that why you’re training me?”
“I don’t know everything,” Jim replied with a sigh. Everything with this boy seemed to come in extremes. Either Jim was nothing more than a lowly…
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The SM: 184 Safe Haven jetted through the inky blackness of space, engines cold as simple momentum carried it forward into the emptiness. There were no signs of life from the carcass of the gigantic, metal bird save the occasional flash as the directional thrusters adjusted the ship’s trajectory, keeping it on course. The captain, Abner Mitchell, knew nothing about the destination,…
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“So, if I’m a hero now, what does that make you?” Wyatt asked.
“Rescuing a baby dragon from a bumbling idiot of a highwayman doesn’t make you a hero,” Jim contradicted. “You’ve still…
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“As always, you’re focusing on all the wrong things,” Jim sighed. “This man just called a dragon and it came!”
“Yeah, a baby dragon,” Wyatt snorted. “What’s he going to do, burn me?”
As if in answer to the question, the small beast let loose a stream of fire so hot Wyatt leaped back with an oath.…
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