Braden of Sinon

The setting of Sinon and the three principal characters are grabbing me, all of which I have now made Lego models of. Here’s a shot of thieves’ guild of Sinon run by Irma, a benevolent but cruel river dragon who runs the guild disguised as an old tall woman with perfect teeth and long silver […]

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Portia of Sinon

A street thief, a good one, who lives to organize other thieves. Impose a little decency if you can sell it to desperate kids. Portia always tried, but when you’re the boss, you have so little power. And they can turn on you, kill you in your sleep. Portia survived. By age 13 she ran […]

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Pam Marsa of Thrane

Elisa Marsa knew the days of warriors fighting singly against organized dynamic units of the enemy were over. The Army had to change. Pam sat drinking with a few oil lamps lit, sketching on paper, drawing battlefield scenarios, organizing their simple charge into battle into an approach to open a locked foe, armoured and presenting […]

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A Wolf’s Story

Cassandre Simmons deals with the devil to walk again. She loses her leg and her humanity in the bargain. This story covers the first few weeks of Simmon’s life as a recruiter of souls for the Devil. First she spends her first days deciding from among her friends and loved ones which might be open […]

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Cassandre in Hell

My writing method is fueled by Lego building. I build the character or setting, and then I can tell the story. Here’s a perfect example. Expect to see a short story on this character in days. That’s the turbo boost that my Fiction-bricks method gives me. Without further delay, Cassandre. Cassandre pleaded with loved ones […]

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Light

“I had a dream you died,” Pam said. She’d dreamed of a leaping assassin posing as a barmaid, dagger in Elisa’s throat before Pam could feel her limbs. Elisa dead, the invincible light she shed snuffed out. “What, old friend. You look like you’re going to give me bad news or let me down. Are […]

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