Patron Flash Fiction: Labyrinth Islands


She took a bite of the stale biscuit from her plate. At least, she assumed it was her plate. She made a lot of assumptions. This tea and biscuit had been left here for her, surely. Who else would it be here for? She was the only person in all the islands as far as she had observed. The wizard – that’s the only word she had for him – would be too large for this small table and chair, if he were to ever visit this island, and it certainly wasn’t for the animals.


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Patron Flash Fiction: For More Time with You


the race for the floating sanctuaryThe ground shook beneath, and he nearly lost his footing. Wisps of smoke rose from the floor of the basin. Time is running out. The jostling loosened the cloth from the top of the bundle he carried, revealing his daughter’s lifeless face. “We’re almost there, Princess.” he said to her pale features as he pulled the cloth back down. He took a glance over his shoulder to see if anyone was coming up from behind him, but the bright rocks were clear of forms and shadows. “It won’t be long now.”


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