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Falling From Orbit- July 2012
Penumbra- October 2012
The Look- March 2013 Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5
A Demon's Rubicon- May 2013 Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5
Waking From Nightmares (A little stream of conscioiusnessy. Not my best, but it fits best here.)
A Pound of Flesh- Another piece that isn't QUITE just expository. An Ounce Returned
A Little Different (not everything here is "fiction" in the strictest sense of the word, but it's quite creative)
Hypocritical Heartwarming (Season One Finale)- December 2012 (Here is the Season 1 Recap)
Falling From Orbit (Live Action Role Playing Game)
NOTE: One of the unusual strengths of this medium is that it can be changed, and I intend to exploit that. Why write in a brave new world if the benefits of that world must be ignored? While I won't change themes or characters or big stuff on a story once I hit "publish," what I can do is get in there and fix a grammar or spelling error or tighten up some wording on a rough sentence. So feedback is encouraged! If you're reading this, consider yourself a beta reader!