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DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 31

Dan awakened on his parents’ couch. It was before dawn when he rolled on his side. Dan’s eyes had not adjusted to the dark, but he recognized the shape of his father sitting in his recliner. He held a glass in one hand and dangled his revolver in the other. “She told you, didn’t she?” […]

DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 30

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 […]

DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 29

“When you’ve learned nothing from the past Or the lies people told, I’ll keep my silver near my heart; And you may keep your gold.   When they have all abandoned you And left your bones to mold, I’ll keep my silver near my heart; And you may keep your gold.”         […]

DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 26

Download the PDF version below: Dog Days-Chapter 26 The challenges faced by MIR are many. As a result, job roles are dynamic in nature to match the ever-changing landscape of isolation and retrieval. The best countermeasure to change is adaptability. As such, all field employees must complete and maintain the following curriculum regardless of designation: […]

DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 25

Dan found himself back at the grim bonfire. His father, Mr. Reto , and the Warg continued to feast. He scanned the horizon for an escape only to discover figures bolting across the bleached bone sand. The night air gave way to brutal cold, and the figures shattered and crumbled into dust. Without the flame […]

DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 22

“When the full moon waxes brightest And there’s none left to scold. I’ll keep my silver near my heart; And you may keep your gold.   When they manage to fool you still With faces of the old. I’ll keep my silver near my heart; And you may keep your gold.”   M. Michael Chwedyk, […]

DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 21

                “Do you always call your mother Judith?”                 “’Mom’ will slip out from time to time.”                 “Do you do it to hurt her?”                 “I don’t know. I’m telling you the truth.”                 “I never called you a liar.” […]

DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 19

Can you hear me, okay? Let me know when I can start. Now? I can…okay. My name is Bridgette Lucero. I’m here with my husband Tim and our friend Miranda. So today I made a difficult decision, but I am now fully registered with the MIR center in Springfield. I thought everything went really well […]

DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 18

“The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” This proverb should be held close to your heart. As we begin to bring all factions together, let us not lose sight of our common goal. Although we may disagree on how to kill the wolf-blooded, the promise of their death should make all parties rejoice. Rule […]

DOG DAYS: CHAPTER 16

In addition to being thoroughly documented in the MIR database, registered members of MIR’s isolation program are required to be tagged with the latest in tracking technology. This tracking chip is implanted under the skin behind the neck. The chip is designed to be imperceptible to the naked eye to maintain registrant confidentiality. The chip […]