Monthly Archives: December 2021

One Small Thing

“It doesn’t look good,” he said. “No,” she replied, “it does not.” They walked around the piles of debris that towered around them. At the peak of one, a jagged piece fell, bisecting a smaller mound of rubble at its … Continue reading

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In Our Nature

Wind groaned as it rushed through the gaps in the enormous stone tree, in a manner that sounded to Ghent that it was not yet ready to awaken. “This is a very dispiriting local,” observed T7-U. “I’d call it more … Continue reading

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Detective Arpin and the Chapeau De Mystère

Forward: Again, I find myself wandering the rues of the Arrondissement. While I love all the characters in this world, I am especially fond of Detective Arpin. Sorry, Gendarme Detective Class Première Arpin, and wanted to check in again with … Continue reading

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Worn Paths

He wandered through the stacks, looking for something. His fingertips brushed over the spines of books. It all seemed familiar, but the comfort that usually accompanied the sensation was absent. All subjects had been explored, extensively, and any related topics … Continue reading

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