“Hello, Mr. Kadwalloper.” Tristan greeted. “Thank you for meeting me.” “Good day dear boy,” Kadwalloper replied. “Are you now ready?” “You mean… to do what’s necessary?” Tristan asked with a touch of mystery. “To eat, boy. To eat!” Kadwalloper paused, “But yes, that too. In good time.” “I am.” Tristan admitted. The two men walked … Continue reading Obsession is the Devil, Part Seven
Everything and everyone around Tristan is changing as he wonders if he is getting left behind.
“Laurie? It’s Quinn.” Quinn answered while wondering whether or not Laurie would recognize her voice and a first name. “Quinn Booker. Oh my goodness! It’s been so long! How have you been?” Laurie spoke a hundred miles an hour. “What’s it been, like two years? I have so much to tell you.” “Well…” Quinn tried … Continue reading Obsession is the Devil, Part Five
Quinn sat at the front counter of the bookstore, the latest book in her favorite series, Shoulders of Giants, inches from her nose. She wasn’t reading it, just admiring. Though, her reasons for loving it might have been a tad selfish because she was the one who brought the manuscript to her editor in New … Continue reading Obsession is the Devil, Part Four
- Two Months Ago - “But why, after the group’s protesting, did Hauro agree to meet this cloaked figure in the dark of night? From your brief samples, he appears rather cunning thus far. Logic has been his sharpest tool. Logic says to remain with his friends.” A voice spoke up among the metal chairs … Continue reading Obsession is the Devil, Part Three
“The story starts off with Hauro, that’s the main character, chained up on a ship. He awakes from unconsciousness unaware of how he had ended up on the ship in the first place. Crewmen are running past him left and right. He tries to ask them where he is or how he got there. No … Continue reading Obsession is the Devil, Part Two
“Okay. Be honest. How many have you sold so far?” Tristan said with false courage, coffee in hand, sitting across his best friend, Quinn. Quinn padded the truth, “Well, you know, Tristan, it can take a while for the word to get out. Especially with the first book of an unknown author.” “I know. I … Continue reading Obsession is the Devil, Part One