Welcome back folks, for the tenth chapter of our multi-millennia epic. Today is a Boer/Ashanti chapter; a return to western Africa as the world continues to turn. Slightly early release today on account of me heading out this evening to watch Rogue One.
As always, you can find today’s chapter on the page for the project.
Note that there will be no chapter on December 26th, as I’ll be away with family over the holiday season- We will however be back with the eleventh chapter on January 2nd.
Go grab today’s chapter, and enjoy!
Welcome back folks, for the ninth chapter of our multi-millennia epic. Today is Attila’s first chapter, Blood and Horses. It promises to be absolutely gorgeous, and this has been one of my favourites to write. Without giving too much away, diving back into some combat-work has reminded me a lot of my work on the Dragon Creek series, with all the lovely grusome warfare that series entailed.
You can view the new chapter over here on the page for the project.
It be the eighth chapter of our 6000 year epic- This time we turn our gaze to the northern alps, where the Romans are holding out. As always, Cadellin.net has epub, mobi and PDF releases of the novel, as well as a PDF of just the most recent chapter. You can view that over here on the page for the project.
Secondly, I have another titbit I thought I’d share with you folks. Last week I did a flash fiction writing thing with my partner Leah, and made a stories with very short wordcount. Here is my personal favourite from that session- fifty words with the topic of “replacement”.
The man wore a false smile, nodding as the woman spoke. She couldn’t see the truth. Behind the mask lay something that was not human; that had never been human. He laughed at her joke, but the mirth did not reach his eyes. For in truth, he had no eyes.
I think I’ve been reading a little too much SCP recently. Anyhow, till next time!