Tempest Tossed by Shaun Kilgore 4 The winds grew stronger and both ships were pounded by the now turbulent sea. The wave battered them and shoved them against each other with a sickening crunch. Mariah fought to keep her footing. Roderick … Continue reading After a time—how long Mariah did not know
(Capítulo 2) Por: Patricia Bermejo Cáceres, España Son más de las tres de la tarde cuando llego a casa. Hugo está esperándome en el salón para comer. Me planta un beso enorme y me susurra al oído: “te quiero”. Yo no soy … Continue reading Confesiones a corazón abierto
Valentines day By: Delaney Gillespie 4 Castra felt inspired after looking through Nerice’s research on the human custom of Valentine’s Day. Apparently, the origin of the holiday had little to do with how it was celebrated amongst the humans. The human’s … Continue reading The inaccurate design was cute, according to Nerice.
El secreto de Mario (capítulo I) Por: Patricia Bermejo Cáceres, España Ring, ring, ring … Suena el maldito despertador como cada mañana. Otro día más de insomnio. Me doy cuenta que estoy empapado en sudor, algo habitual en mí desde hace … Continue reading A veces me dan ganas de despertarlo
Valentines day By: Delaney Gillespie 3 Lorrik wasn’t surprised to hear the sounds of pursuit. It was likely Nerice. Solaria moved far more quietly, and Castra knew him well enough to leave him alone when he was irritated. Nerice was pushier. Usually, he loved her for it, but right now, he wasn’t in the mood. “What was that all about?” Sure enough, it was Nerice’s voice that entered the room half a moment before she did. “What was what?” … Continue reading You know Solaria is incapable of lying
A Colorful New Crew By: Breanna Leslie. A day of hot travel through the desert leaves Aidan and James parched and exhausted, but as the caravan pulls into the village of Aquila, nestled quietly in the mountain range, they are greeted … Continue reading “Move over earth jerk!” The towering woman slides in
Valentines day By: Delaney Gillespie 2 Nerice dragged Solaria across the communal level of the Colossus. They passed more alien species than they could count, with the odd human floating about here and there. Most of the aliens needed special masks to breathe, due to the synthetic environment programed for this level of the space station. The communal level of the Colossus was the largest by far. Its environment was regulated to the standards the majority of alien life could survive within. However, it was only a slight majority. For those who could not freely roam the communal level without a … Continue reading The communal level of the Colossus was the largest by far