Trials of The Hunt – Epilogue

Posted by Akira | Posted in General Writing, Serial Fiction, Trials, Writing Projects | Posted on 08-04-2016

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To keep up appearances with the sidhe, Sloane and father had done their best to make our meetings strictly about the business of returning my mother’s remains to her family in the north. I knew they intended me to remain there. They were unsure how all of this loss would affect me. No one could know how my trials would be affected, or even if this was part of my trials. It was Turi who said, “…it can’t all be battles and sword fights.” He had to be right. Father still led the Wild Hunt, and I hadn’t answered the call since that fateful night. The brethren understood my hesitation after what happened the last time I rode with them. Even Orion didn’t bother me about joining them. I needed time. This trip, these trials, were the perfect excuse to take my time from the Horde.

Dedication

Posted by Akira | Posted in General Writing | Posted on 17-01-2016

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This story arch is dedicated to my dear hubby. He has been my D&D dungeon master and all around fantasy gaming master for years now. His theory that summoned creatures come from somewhere and are not always thrilled to be summoned to “our realm” to perform for us, is the driving force behind my summoned creatures. My summoned creatures are not always sentient beings, but when they are…things happen. Thank you, DM Dreads, for giving me this idea of where those creatures come from and how they feel about being summoned.