Stories tagged “Jenny Everywhere”

  • Facing the Dragon

    He could hear the breathing of the dragon echo through the cave like a thunderstorm. He gripped the sword tighter, feeling the sweat cover his hands beneath his gauntlets. Today he would finally win the highest honor of a knight. “Oh, hi. I’...

    • Author: Garsecg
    • Posted about 7 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • From the Library of Failure (Branch 1, Part 8)

    N stood up and stretched like a cat. “That being said, if it worries you, then my advice is to practice more.” She walked around the desk in a hip swaying prowl that Gwen envied. Somehow it managed to encompass sex and danger in equal parts...

  • From the Library of Failure (Branch 2, Part 8)

    She couldn’t come up with any answers that satisfied her and settled in to do her homework. Tonight though, reading was a frustrating lesson in futility. Jenny’s mind kept returning to her missing money and whatever DOUCHEBAG that took it. ...

  • From the Library of Failure (Branch 1, Part 9)

    The conversation with N lingered in Gwen’s mind. It was there as she practiced the breathing and spine excercises that were so essential to the shequan martial arts that she strugged so hard to learn. It was there during her hour of swimming. It ...

  • From the Library of Failure (Branch 2, Part 9)

    Closing her eyes, she gripped her stuffed tiger, Mamoru, tight. Curling inward, she nuzzled her face against the remnants of his fur, and inhaled. There was always something soothing about the way he smelled. She had had him since she was eight and he ...

    • Author: Robert Quick
    • Posted almost 7 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • From the Library of Failure (Branch 1, Part 10)

    The open terrace of the transport bay was reassuringly familiar. White fluted columns regularly interrupted the rippling bronze of the walls. Wide, flat steps, descended down to a tiled terrace that led to three rounded elevator-looking doors. Strangel...

    • Author: Robert Quick
    • Posted almost 7 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • From the Library of Failure (Branch 2, Part 10)

    Jenny recoiled from the woman and in a flash of violet light, everything changed. There was a momentary sense of astonishment and hurt that Jenny knew came from the woman but she didn’t have time to dwell on it. Inexplicably, she found herself st...

    • Author: Robert Quick
    • Posted almost 7 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Alone in a Spiritual Wasteland

    The light of Jenny’s last spluttering flare sent pink and yellow bursts across the dark creature’s carapace. Jenny fished around on the ground for a rock. Dolomite with chalcopyrite, she could not help but notice . The alien sniffed the air...

  • Facing the Knight

    ‘Wonderful. Make yourself comfortable’. She flicked her tail vaguely towards a pile of books. ‘At least get yourself out of that armour. You must be roasting in there … sorry, dragon humour.’ She snorted two plumes of smoke. &...

  • All aboard

    ‘You could have fooled me,’ Gates said. ‘They didn’t share their intentions with you? I suppose that makes sense,’ Jenny replied. ‘And why does it make sense?’ ‘Oh, you they want to – well, you̵...

  • The Fall of the Strange and Wonderful House

    And so it was over: all the artifacts had been auctioned off, the ghosts had all found other places to haunt, the alchemists had moved their Great Work elsewhere, and the only two people were left. One was a dragon and the other was Jenny Everywhere. &...

    • Author: Garsecg
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5