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.

Trials of The Hunt – Chapter 73

Posted by Akira | Posted in General Writing, Serial Fiction, Trials | Posted on 06-04-2016

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As Dillion left to fetch Gannon, Kirwin bent his knees to sit. Magic whirled around the Great Hall and landed where he stood, whipping bits of dust and clay from the ground around his feet. From the red clay ground rose a clean, white bench made of stone and padded with soft, white fur. The Hall provided him with a seat and Sloane joined him.

Trials of The Hunt – Chapter 72

Posted by Akira | Posted in Serial Fiction, Trials | Posted on 09-03-2016

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As they filed into the Hall, they crowded around the Huntsman and the floor raised beneath him so that his already large frame stood towering over the Horde.

Trials of The Hunt – Chapter 71

Posted by Akira | Posted in Serial Fiction, Trials | Posted on 02-03-2016

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Trials of The Hunt – Chapter 70

Posted by Akira | Posted in Serial Fiction, Trials | Posted on 24-02-2016

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Gannon lay in bed all day, staring at the ceiling.

You need rest, Lord Warrior. You need all of your strength for the trial ahead of you.