Tag Archives: Urban Fantasy

Trading in Food

Elthea was a widow of ten years. Alone with no one to give her love to, she put it all into her cooking. She’d just finished baking Shepherd’s Pie when she encountered the faerie. She offered her pie to him. … Continue reading

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A Dragon’s Time

With a 7,000 year life cycle and bones that couldn’t fossilize, dragons lived only in human myths. Quite suddenly, the Time of Dragons returned. Luckily, the virtually impervious monsters proved uninterested in humans. Like bees, if you didn’t bother them … Continue reading

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True Legends

The Team figured out the elaborate lock on the ancient church’s door. Inside they finally found their quarry. It rested between other exotic and beautiful chalices. “The Chalice of Poseidon!” breathed Dr. Abramowitz. “Worth millions I expect,” grinned Wendy, their … Continue reading

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Losing the Way

For four-hundred years, the Chamwith Coven returned to the Kurasmis Stump to gain magical energies. They sought to divide and conquer. They maintained people’s division by race, religion, and ethnicity. Exploiting these divides made the Coven women rich and powerful. … Continue reading

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Vampires And Water

Shannon and Nils escaped across the river. The vampire glared at them from across the river. “We’re safe,” said Nils. “Vampires can’t cross running water.” “Are you sure?,” shuddered Shannon. “Maybe they just don’t like it?” Sure enough, the very … Continue reading

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Still Got Skills

Cassaway was a former artist’s colony that drew a lot of tourism. Despite the hordes of people scrambling to visit, it never lost its roots. It grew into the big city with a small-town heart. In small towns everybody knows … Continue reading

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Unclear On The Concept

He walked into Claude Perdue’s office as if Claude were a misbehaving child. “Mr. Hauptmann!” greeted Claude. “What can the Ectoplasmic Investigations Division do for Homeland Security?” Hauptmann placed a case folder on his desk and opened it. A picture … Continue reading

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