From my patreon: Sharks are more gentle than dolphins. Dolphins are murderers, killers, rapers. They delight in the thrill of the hunt and the kill. Sharks hunt out of necessity, because they must to live. They take only what they need to further their existence, nothing more. “Hunt only what you must,” the shark mothers … Continue reading Sea Micro Fic #14
Bright light, low waves washing up on the dark blue scales of a mermaid tail. Sand dusted her from muscular, thrashing fin to sharp, claw tipped fingers clawing the soft beach as she struggled to pull herself up and further up out of the icy water. Victory burned deep in her chest, warming her. She … Continue reading Sea Micro Fic # 13
So! You'll have noticed that I haven't been the MOST active here lately and that's because I'm the worst sort of writer in the world. I have a TON of flash fiction stored up, especially for my patreon patrons but that's the thing: it's for my patrons. So that being said. If you enjoy my … Continue reading Moving! Sorta…
Deep, deep down where the burning heat of the sun could no longer touch no matter how fiercely it tried, the sea goddess slept. In sleep, her mind wandered, dreamed. What does a goddess dream of? She dreams of a time before time, when all the vast planet was blanketed by her waters, when there … Continue reading Sea Micro Fic #11
Ellara was a princess of her people. Like any mer of her age (a respectable six hundred years), she longed to leave the safety of the crèche in the dark waters of the deep ocean and swim up and up until she reached the warm and shallow waters nearer the surface. She was no fool; … Continue reading Sea Micro Fic #10
Kadijah was shaking like a leaf by the time she and Max entered their home. He was carrying her, and as soon as he set her down, she was stumbling on shaky legs to their bathroom. The sound of her dry heaving and crying soon filled the silence. Max quietly shut the front door and … Continue reading Songs of Sea and Void 2
There was someone calling her name. Kadijah could hear the echoes of it on the wind, a lilting call that kept her from a well-deserved slumber. Beside her, her husband of only a scant few hours, Max, slept on, blissfully unaware of his new bride's wakefulness. Affection tugged at her heart as she stared at … Continue reading Songs of Sea and Void 1/?