Monthly Archives: December 2016

Disassembly

The shadow of the Kanohi Dragon passed over the eleven Toa as it flew overhead, deciding whether to continue being a pest or to eliminate the pests below. While it made up its mind, Toa Hagah and Toa Mahri alike … Continue reading

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Where They Made Their Bones

A Memorial of Sea Isle’s Bowen Brothers Author’s Note: An edited version of this article was submitted (and from what I’ve been led to believe) and accepted in a soon to be published edition of American Lifeguard Magazine. Renowned for … Continue reading

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Sinister Lost

Author’s Note: Sinister Lost was originally posted on this site in January 2015. The version here, and the chapters it succeeds, is an edited version meant to reflect a major rewrite of the storyline.  Previous Chapter  Frothy whitecaps rose to touch … Continue reading

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Through the Storm

Previous chapter A rift in space appeared at the top of a dune in the middle of the desert, purple sparks leaping along its edge. From its depths Brutaka stepped out, his bull shaped mask glaring at the horizon around … Continue reading

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Saving Lives on Their Own Time

Author’s Note: An edited version of this article was submitted for the winter 2017 edition of American Lifeguard Magazine.  Whether one may be on the watch for a single year or a lifetime, the natural instinct to save lives is … Continue reading

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Where Groundwater Goes

Previous Chapter  “Why don’t you go home?” Brutaka looked up to find Peck hovering over his table. The Skakdi did not ask hastily, but was merely curious. Wrapping his hand around his mug, he shook his head. “Don’t feel like … Continue reading

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