Category Archives: Original Fiction

Dun Ringill, Chapter Six

Chapter 6   “What the hell was that?” On the street in Abernathy, Carthage had made his way to Siobhan’s side. They crouched beside the stairs to a brownstone walkup, and peered in either direction down the road. The mysterious sound … Continue reading

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Dun Ringill, Chapter Five

Chapter 5 The old watch tower on the edge of Abernathy was a perfect place for Carthage and Siobhan to rest, eat some food, and observe the town.  The sun was low in the western sky, opposite from the town’s … Continue reading

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Dun Ringill, Chapter Four

Chapter Four is up!  You can catch up on the previous chapter here: https://devonai.wordpress.com/2017/05/02/dun-ringill-chapter-three/   Chapter 4 When Carthage returned with the rest of his gear, Siobhan was still in her bedroom, trying to decide what to bring with her … Continue reading

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Dun Ringill, Chapter Three

Chapter three is up!  You can catch up on the story starting here: https://devonai.wordpress.com/2017/04/27/dun-ringill-prologue-and-chapter-one/   Chapter 3 Siobhan had directed Carthage to fill two tumblers with scotch, and the man sipped slowly from his glass as she began her story. … Continue reading

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Dun Ringill, Chapter Two

I’m on a roll!  You can find the first part of the story here: https://devonai.wordpress.com/2017/04/27/dun-ringill-prologue-and-chapter-one/   Chapter 2   As soon as the woman looked at the hillside, Carthage knew he had screwed up.  He swore to himself as he … Continue reading

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Dun Ringill: Prologue and Chapter One

The prologue was previously published here, written in the first person.  I’ve always written in the third person, and in this case I found first person too limiting.  So, I rewrote it in the third person.  That’s why I’m posting it again, … Continue reading

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New Fiction (!)

PROLOGUE When I stumbled onto the bridge, my heart was racing, but not because I was scared. I had to pry open the doors to get there, as they had apparently malfunctioned, and this effort was great in comparison to … Continue reading

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