Prompt Short Story: Spirits

Onson returned to the clan’s base, thoughtful and quiet. As their only necromancer, many of the laws and traditions that applied to others, did not apply to him, including the rule where an outgoing squad could not return until they had completed their mission. He needed time to think. This entire situation had gotten out …
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Prompt Story: Making Plans

As the pack settled into the safe house, half unpacking and half locking the place down with cameras, traps and sensors, Alfonse took one of the cars and drove away, promising to return as soon as he could. Trina and Cherry were ensconced in a panic room, guarded by two pack members at all times. …
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Prompt Short Story: Convoy

It was Louie who woke Cherry & Trina, long after the sun had gone down and the moon, gibbous tonight, slithered between the stormclouds. It was going to rain, and rain hard. Trina’s first thought was that the rain would make the burial easier. Her second thought, catching up with the first, involved some swearing …
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Prompt Short Story: Anomaly (Interviews with a Sorcerer #10)

10 – Interviews With A Sorcerer – Anomaly CWs: mentions of abuse, but nothing specific. Murder of people and animals alluded to. Well, here we are. I was asked to give you 10 answers – 10 stories – that you could use to introduce sorcerers to the normie world. I presume other supernaturals have been …
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Prompt Short Story: Failure (Interviews with a Sorcerer #9)

CWs: death, murder, accidental suicide, mention of baby death but not shown Are you picking these questions out by, I don’t know, pulling words out of a box, or something? You want a story that’s set somewhere by the ocean? Why? I suppose…I was talking about before the Fall wasn’t I, last time. And unless …
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Prompt Short Story: Failure (Interviews with a Sorcerer #8)

CWs: pain and disabilities, road accident, injuries, death I can’t believe you actually asked this one. You’ve heard all these stories, and all about how our egos are huge and fragile – including my own. And you want me to tell you, and therefore anybody else who reads whatever you write from it, about a …
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Prompt Short Story: Duty Bound (Interviews with a Sorceror #7)

CW: swearing; non-detailed talk of domestic abuse, guns, drugs, murder & assault; magical mind manipulation (not done in cruelty); mild violence and metaphorical mentions of violence; food/eating food mentions; brief alcohol mention; mention of sex  You want to know about law enforcement, then? Specifically, how does ours work, and what happens when normie cops get …
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Prompt Short Story: Pride & Experimentation (Interviews with a Sorcerer #5)

CONTENT WARNING! Torture, towards the end; not explicit or detailed, affected text is under the + Something I’m proud of, but that people don’t know about… I spent last week telling you all about the size of a sorcerer’s ego, and you want a heartwarming story I kept to myself? Getting kinda demanding, aren’t you? …
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Prompt Short Story: Glamour (Interviews With a Sorcerer #1)

It was late, I was dog tired, and I had to get up in 3 hours for my daily round of chores and lessons. I had been repeatedly told, reminded, and told some more that practicing magic when overtired was a bad idea. That even the Masters would stop and get a good, non-magic-induced rest, …
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Prompt Short Story: Found (Lawkeepers 11)

Justinia clenched her fists tightly behind her back, the only outward sign of her emotions. Her face calm, she continued to study the map on the wall, and the manuscript on the table, asking the occasional question of the gentleman who showed it to her so eagerly. He wouldn’t be so eager if he knew …
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