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Month: November 2018

The Forgotten King – Chapter 14, Part 2

“Has he told you what happens next?” Neil asked to dispel his awkwardness. Helen shook her head. “You?” “No. I haven’t spoken to him too much since I came. He had other things to worry about. But I get the Read more…


The Forgotten King – Chapter 14, Part 1

Helen lay on the bed in her room, her eyes fixed on the single flickering candle on the table next to her. She wasn’t tired and couldn’t sleep—though mainly, she didn’t want to. Now that she had reached her destination, Read more…


Confronting Depression

This week, I’ve been struggling with depression. I hesitate to talk about it for a number of reasons. The most obvious is the personal nature of depression. It’s hard to put into words and there’s a fear that other people Read more…


The Forgotten King – Chapter 15, Part 3

Once outside of the city, the rain pounded down like drops of lead, driven more forcefully by the wind and drenching them quickly. A thick fog was gathering. Helen saw a few of the other groups through this fog, heading Read more…


The Forgotten King – Chapter 15, Part 2

“Helen! Neil!” a voice called to them from a few feet away. They turned to see Genevieve standing next to a stall, smiling broadly. A woman stood behind the stall, which was covered with ribbons and buttons of all shapes, Read more…


The Forgotten King – Chapter 15, Part 1

Ian sat at a small, square table in an almost-bare room. Long, narrow windows were set into two of the walls, allowing light to come in from outside, forming distorted shadows at irregular intervals. Siri paced along one of these Read more…