Tag Archives: Short Story

The Indomitable, Part X: Holy Dalia

A new short story—The Indomitable, Part X: Holy Dalia—has been released!

Synopsis:

The war has come. Lord Theodore has struck the first blow. Justine despairs, but with Mother’s Light in her hand, hope perseveres, if only for a time.

The Indomitable, Part IX: By Steel, By Faith

A new short story—The Indomitable, Part IX: By Steel, By Faith—has been released!

Synopsis:

Justine awakes on a trading cog bound for the southern islands. The trials of the desert still linger in her mind, but how she came to the seas is muddied. Still, larger concerns await her: Captain Boris of the Seeker is bringing her to Master Irwin Kole. Too much time has passed since the last time they met, and Justine fears what the trader knows.

 

The Indomitable, Part VIII: Amongst Wolves

A new short story—The Indomitable, Part VIII: Amongst Wolves—has been released!

Synopsis:

Justine has arrived in Lord Theodore’s city. She can find no trace of the Betrayer, but amidst the cacophony of the market square, aid comes from the unlikeliest of places.

 

New Short Story: The Indomitable, Part IV: Mother’s Light

A new short story—The Indomitable, Part IV: Mother’s Light—has been released!

Synopsis:

Justine makes camp in the dead of winter, deep within a dark forest. Lady Amerie and Ser Marcus joined with her as she searches for settlement sites. Doubts have rifled through her mind ever since she set out, but what awaits to the west may be the most jarring of all.

 

Short Story: The Indomitable, Part III: The Mother

A new short story—The Indomitable, Part III: The Mother—has been released!

Synopsis:

Justine brings hot stew and hard bread to Father Curtis Lakin, who has secluded himself in his cabin, refusing all visitors save for the former knight-captain. The priest has seemingly lost all but his faith, and when talks drifts to the Mother’s hand in the fate of her children, Justine becomes disgusted and leaves. Yet as Justine soon learns, fate is not a fickle mistress who can be so easily fled.