Tag Archives: episodic fiction

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 17

Tonight we have an exclusive interview with Monty Caruso—the “cutman” said to have performed over two-hundred and fifty surgeries for The Finishers in secret. After three decades, he breaks his silence with our very own Adriana Wilson. Wilson: “Why “Cutman?” Caruso: “I believed that every hunt was like a heavyweight fight. I helped our men […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 16

Like the brand on each palm, so should the Doctrine sear itself into your being. These rules have built a foundation for all Finishers to stand upon. Let it be known that no man is deemed worthy to command until they have lived the Doctrine so thoroughly that they may recite it to perfection. To […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 11

Finally tonight, the Gardenscape Apartment Complex just outside of West Flint has burned down. Firefighters were on the scene into the early morning hours dousing the flames that claimed three buildings. The Gardenscape Apartment Complex has been abandoned for several decades, but was believed to still be used by local biker gang, The Motor City […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 5

The oath of MIR was formed out of a tradition of public service. Each new recruit is sworn in after reciting the oath from memory during the induction ceremony. It is through this tradition that each officer better understands their commitment to the infected and the ravages of Lycantrosis. It is the sworn duty of […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 4

The history of Leek Denaa (loosely translated to “Men of the Wolf”) traces its origin to 1986, four years after the first recorded case of Lycantrosis in the United States. Extreme prejudice against werewolves and their families caused population displacement into unincorporated U.S. land. With its low population and harsh weather, Alaska became an ideal […]

DOG DAYS: EPILOGUE

Epilogue   Char rocketed through the air, grazing past mountain peaks and launching into space. It’s only a dream, thought Char, until she opened her eyes. The depths of space smelled like wet polyester. She pulled the blanket from her face to discover the progenitor of her unconscious flight—a narrow sled grinding across ice with […]

DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 34

This is the last part, Miranda. I won’t get through it if Tim is in the room. <Have you decided on your wishes?> Yeah, I still want to be cremated. It feels morbid, but I finally picked out which urn I like. I think you’ll like it too. It has these lovely etchings all over […]