Tag Archives: Storytelling

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 24

I just realized that I’m too late. You’re already in flight and won’t get this message until you land. These last few months have been hard for both of us. Maybe you deserved what I gave you, maybe you didn’t, but I want you to know that you’re a good man. I never say it, […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 23

On March 20th, 2003, Amir Zest sat for an interview with the national news to discuss his brief stay at Leek Denaa after trying to locate whereabouts of his recently turned sister. The interview set a ratings record.   “They don’t want us there,” said Zest. “Humans, or whatever they call non-infected, are just useless […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 22

September 3rd 2019 Judith Klove Senior Officer Midwest Isolation and Retrieval 175 N Hoff St Springfield, IL 62709 Dear Chief Hampton: I am informing you of my resignation from my position as Senior Officer of Midwest Isolation and Retrieval (MIR), effective September 17, 2019. My tenure within the department has been a transformative one–not just […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 21

“I understand this will be our last session.” “I can’t afford you anymore, not after what happened to the store.” “You’ve entered an emotionally complex state. I don’t recommend ending your therapy so abruptly.” “Do you work for free?” “No, Luke, but I can refer you to a colleague–.” “I don’t feel comfortable going to […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 19

Hello, Kalvin I made it very clear to my lawyers to only give you this video upon the time of my death. My hope was to not need it, but if you are watching this that means I have failed to tell you what needed to be said. As a father, I have always strived […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 18

On August 8th, 1998, John Dervish was the first person to capture footage of the new settlers of Leek Denaa. The video shows twelve seconds of malformed figures standing in a circle naked on the shore of Lake Narvakrak.   Years later, further evidence of the settlement would show signs of architecture created from within […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 15

“What kind of relationship do you hope to reach with your parents within the next five years?” “I feel whatever I build with them at this point will just crumble away eventually.” “Have you talked to your brother about feeling this way?” “We don’t talk about things like that.” “Do you feel your relationship with […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 12

Eustace. I know this call is late, but it’s important. I forgot to give something to Kalvin. It’s a video his mother recorded before she died. She entrusted it to me years ago because she didn’t trust Tim to show it to him. I suppose every couple has their challenges… Anyway. I feel awful for […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 9

Dan returned to the pale hills of wind and ash. The gray sun beckoned over the horizon in a chord of despair. The void lapped the blood from his fingers. Somehow, Dan knew the blood was not his own. He looked about the air for sounds of life only to find that the wolves had […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 8

“Big Bear” detonated in Northern Alaska nearly 200 miles from the Arctic Circle on September 25th, 1988. It was the first recorded deaths of werewolves that did not involve the use of silver. The settlement of Leek Denaa was confirmed destroyed, and mining operations continued with the aid of hazmat suits and iodine pills to […]