Tag: What Side Didn’t Know

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, Chapter 16: Drama Queens

“Ha ha, Mother,”  Melsy laughs nervously,  “good joke.” There is an uneasy silence as we watch Melsy’s, no, our mother stuff her face.  I look over at Sunshine, thinking maybe she feels forgotten, but she is also watching Melsy’s mother.  A look of awe and concern is plastered on her feathered face. Me too, Sunshine,

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, Chapter 15: Disappointment

“Melsy?”  My head is spinning a bit.  I think I might be light headed.  Is that really Melsy? That can’t be Melsy. Melsy stops and looks over at me.  “Tristain. Tristain? Uh, this, no.  I.” She studders. “Tch, Melusine, I’m down here, ignore that food at the door, we can eat them later.  Finish me,

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, Chapter 14: Secrets

This must be fate, or pure luck to find someone who knows where Melsy is so quickly.  Or maybe the Goddess intervened? Does she do that? “How do you know Melusine?”  It seems this dragonfolk who is guiding us is a female, I guess?  I suppose I shouldn’t assume this time. They all look so

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, Chapter 13: Fights

It isn’t long before I see a few dragonfolk flying around.  Most of them don’t pay us any mind. I wouldn’t expect them to care about two specs of dust passing by.  Honestly, comparing a hume body to an older dragonfolk, it’s like comparing myself to a bug in size. What use would engaging us

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, Chapter 12: Anxiety

Despite traveling way too fast, Sunshine kept up for the entire day.  She must also be using runes to assist as she didn’t flap her wings any faster when we sped up.  Although, they did change angle a bit. We reached the far side of the ocean by the end of the day.  It was

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, Chapter 11: Sunshine

Well, I need to get going, and that means she needs to wake up and eat while I finish breakfast, or we’ll both leave much later than anticipated.  I poke her cheek a few times, but she doesn’t respond. I look back at the elder.  The elder just looks away like it’s none of her

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, Chapter 10: Family Values

I am so hungry, I stuff my mouth with a piece.  It’s delicious; it’s also filling. It is what I needed after eating so little for days on end. Then I notice the air feels very still.  Very quiet. I look up, and everyone, literally everyone, is watching me.  No one else has food.  There

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, Chapter 9: Dreams

Author note: Here’s the deal: I’ve been working 60+ hours a week + family obligations. The next chapter will be delayed. This chapter needs more editing. I have a bank of many, many chapters (14), so this will not be abandoned, but I need time to fix everything after my awesome editor tells me I’m

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, Chapter 8: Angels

It’s not just a mix, but virtually every permutation.  Some with arms and wings, some with just 2 wings, some with no arms and 2 sets of wings.  Some with normal feet, some with talons. “Hm, great water barrier has long kept out Humes.  Dargonkin afraid of what lies below; they rarely venture out.”  A