‘There’s no one else in the playground, can I go?’
Don looked down at his daughter and nodded. ‘I’ll tap on the glass when I find a table.’
Maggie grinned and ran toward the playground. He stared after her, making sure that there weren’t any other kids there, just to avoid any potential problems.
‘Ma’am, we’ve got trouble.’
The voice in her earpiece was sudden, panicked and not following proper procedure. Strange for Hewitt, considering he was usually the most reliable of her recruits.
‘Mer, shift me to Hewitt.’ Continue reading “08 – Colour Balance (New)”
There was a crowd clustered around a small pond. Fairies and fae in fancy dress sat comfortably on the soft grass, on small chairs – or on friends for those who had come with nymphs – all watching the dance taking place in and on the water. Mermaids and water nymphs cavorted, water towering high into the air, forming shapes and tubes, suspending the mermaids ten feet or more off the ground, before bringing them back down.
Stef pulled on Curt’s arm and found a quiet spot off to the left, only noticed by a few people, all of which were courteous enough to keep their distance. They sat, and she removed her mask before leaning against him. Continue reading “50 – A Short Interlude”
The rest of the family, and a special visitor, meet the baby. Continue reading “Bonus: Lone Hippy and Cub (Part Two)”
Hummer introduces his new, unexpected son to the rest of his “family”.
Astrin lay on the floor, one hand gripped on his stomach, every inch of his body in pain.
Natenal, I’m sorry. Forgive me, please…
He couldn’t open his eyes, but the voice sounded human enough – and any human would either run or try and put him out of his misery.
‘You’re the starchild, aren’t you?’ Continue reading “45 – Baby Love Child”