Let’s be perfectly clear here. There is nothing special about LeBreton Flats.
I think my biggest problem with Nathan was that... there wasn’t anything obviously wrong with him. He was blond, tallish, rake-thin, and obviously kind of shy, but I couldn’t figure out what a boy like him was - well - doing here. There were plenty of apartments in this area, for sure, and the house… Continue reading Ghosts in Quicksilver: Chapter Three: Unknown Variables
I closed the door behind Mrs. Chaudhury with a cheery wave goodbye - then pressed my head against the wood with a deep sigh.
Mrs. Chaudhury walked up the narrow steps into my office at six in the afternoon, and the ghost of her dead husband followed behind.
I'm hoping to start the Alkimia Project for real this summer! It'll be a shared workspace meant for creating a series of interrelated works all set in the same urban fantasy setting as Ghosts in Quicksilver - which I want to port over to something a little more usable in the next month or two. It's been… Continue reading The Alkimia Project