Jack recovers from his injuries, but no sooner does he start exploring again than he’s approached with an offer. For a great deal of money, someone wants his help, but it takes a lot more than just visiting districts and asking questions to get everything in order.
Jack tries to help someone but ends up getting in way, way over his head.
Emily is new in town, but after a date with the smart and charming David, she finds that she’s being followed. Terrified, Emily needs answers, but even with David’s help, will she find what she find her way to safety?
Jenny pushes Jack to find a new lace to live, but somethings are easier than they seem.
Jack visits several new districts, and gets in trouble in almost all of them. In the end, though, very powerful forces push Jack into an inescapable situation, and he has to use all of his available resources to find a way out.
It’s a weird thing, working two jobs, especially when one of those jobs doesn’t require me to do anything. My official title with security was (and still is) ‘cultural consultant’, and I helped out whenever they needed, but still don’t have a uniform. Jenny did sew a fake badge into my apron at the cafe,Continue reading “The Nicest People You’ll Ever Fear”
There’s something in the woods.
Bring your passion with you, but don’t do something you don’t enjoy just because you feel you’re supposed to. Display your passion, not your patience.
This weekend was busy, and I got nothing done, but it’s not fatal. Stuff goes wrong, and sometimes the best we can do is move on.
Let’s face it, The Internet Sucks, but before we can make it not suck, we have to figure out how it all went wrong. These days, this wide open space is ruled by big, powerful groups, and The Powers don’t want to release control. They think they know better, and in wielding their power, they crush art and creativity, and that’s one of the reasons The Internet Sucks.
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