No Tomorrow, Part 3

12:00am 12:45 a.m. The inmates were surprisingly sober and sedate as they waited at the prison gates. There was no noise, no pushing, no voices rising. They just waited there, patient with haunted eyes. They knew why they were being released. They also knew they always had the option of remaining in the prison. On … Continue reading No Tomorrow, Part 3

No Tomorrow, Part 2

12:00am - continued 12:30 a.m. “Careful,” a voice said through the pilot’s headset. “We don’t want it to explode now, airman.” Hundreds of air force planes hovered over the land, a weapon of mass destruction dangling from it. And this was only in this small piece of Canadian wildlife. All across the world, planes just … Continue reading No Tomorrow, Part 2

No Tomorrow, Part 1

12:00am 12:01 a.m. He grabbed her hand as she walked by where he sat on their bed. She was busy getting ready to leave for work, her last day as a news reporter, and she was late tonight. She was supposed to be at the studio by now, ready to go on air at twelve-thirty … Continue reading No Tomorrow, Part 1

Wrapping Up Sisters of String and Glass and Introducing No Tomorrow

It was definitely a long time coming, but Sisters of String and Glass finally concluded last week. Thank you so much to everyone who read part of all of that clunky first draft; it really means so much to me! Anyways, yes, Camille and Abigail's story is concluded for now, though Camille's later adventures while … Continue reading Wrapping Up Sisters of String and Glass and Introducing No Tomorrow

Sisters of String and Glass, Part 161

Finally made it to the end! It only took about a year and a month and, apparently 161 parts to tell the story, but Sisters of String and Glass is finally finished. The first draft, at least. I hope you enjoyed it, and thank you so much for reading and coming on this journey with … Continue reading Sisters of String and Glass, Part 161

Sisters of String and Glass, Part 160

Chapter Forty-One - continued Camille rushed around the tower, following Kyanan and the other fae to what they said was the door. They looked like they knew where they were going; how, she had no idea. But, if they were headed for the door, she wanted to be there when her sister emerged. Adrian was … Continue reading Sisters of String and Glass, Part 160

Sisters of String and Glass, Part 159

Chapter Forty-One - continued Adrian’s gaze was hard as he studied Madeline and Ephraim, the two kneeling before him. The ever resourceful Violet had fetched rope from Olidan Manor to tie them up. She’d also reported Muriel was still tightly locked up. “Explain yourself,” he demanded of Madeline. The woman lifted her chin, but said … Continue reading Sisters of String and Glass, Part 159

Sisters of String and Glass, Part 158

Chapter Forty-One I visited Roderick Manor once. My husband and children were tired of the days I spent staring out the windows, playing with the glass hanging around my neck. Every day, every night, I reached out to my sister. Every day, every night, it only spit back silence. So I went to The Spindle, … Continue reading Sisters of String and Glass, Part 158

Sisters of String and Glass, Part 157

Chapter Forty - continued Camille clenched her hands, unmindful of the fact her mother would have called it unladylike. After all, this was a very unladylike position and situation she had found herself in. She was also very far from dressing like a lady; Madeline had done a better job than she had, though Camille … Continue reading Sisters of String and Glass, Part 157

Sisters of String and Glass, Part 156

Chapter Forty - continued Adrian followed Camille through the forest, his face grim and his hands balled into fists. He could hear Madeline’s voice and the ringing of steel. It could only mean trouble. Through the branches, he could glimpse the top of the fae tower, and his heart clenched with the knowledge that Abigail … Continue reading Sisters of String and Glass, Part 156