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Chapter 13: The Lady of Lorem Street

Credit where credit’s not due… When you’re in the business of making a legend, the absolute truth can be a liability. And when that legend happens to involve the woman that you secretly love, truth can be unforgivable. This is especially the case when the truth is inconvenient for those who stand to profit the most […]
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Chapter 12: She Shouldn’t Be Here

A Enchanting Song… Prunella Stump, having inadvertently incited a riot among the rat-catchers. She is in fear of her life when rescue comes in the form of an old acquaintance. Magic can be a powerful thing, especially when it is cast by a desperate wizard, and sometimes it can get completely out of hand. Carried […]
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Chapter 11: A Lyre Caught in the Act

Wrong Place… Wrong Time The Bubble Girl is brought to the rat-catcher’s lair. She is their last hope for justice and redress for the wrongs delivered on them by anyone with a higher social status than rat-catcher … which admittedly includes EVERYONE else. But Prunella Stump — the Bubble Girl — has been sent by Professor Roscoe Quay armed with […]
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Chapter 10: The Rat-catcher Rebellion

The Rat-catchers were Revolting… And Ike Pelter, Master Ratter, was doing everything in his power to keep them that way! The Rat-catchers of the city find their livelihood threatened and are preparing to unleash their caged rats on the city. Only Prunella Stump is acceptable to them to present their case to the King’s Court. […]
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Chapter 9: The Bubble Girl

Nearly Twenty Years Ago, Enchantment and its Champion were on the Way Out… But a fated encounter in the newly-opened Mage’s Inn with the Bubble Girl sets the stage for dreams to be both fulfilled and crushed between the most unlikely of friends…  Download the latest chapters here right now! Subscribe today and you can […]
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Wrestling Crocodiles for the Dragonsbard

Earlier this week, I had a nightmare. Usually I can laugh off those little terrors once I wake up. In the light of day, those phantoms of my sleep evaporate with the dew and at best appear ridiculous and unfounded. But not that night. I was swimming in the water in Lake Powell. Water was […]
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