Manas charged the tiikeri closest to Lilavati. It was thrown back several feet. He whirled around faster than the other could anticipate and slammed into it. The beast flew back to land next to its partner. Manas moved over next to Lilavati. He rumbled at her and nudged her with his paw. She grabbed onto his […]Read More Tiger, Tiger – Part eighty nine
Holy Hannah in a handbasket…that took way longer than I expected it to. For those of you who are curious, Tiger, Tiger comes in at around 90k words as a first draft. *falls over dead* Thanks for sticking around to the end (if you have) and what a way to end the writing year. Also, I’ve […]Read More PHEW!
Photo via Visual Hunt The skies were gray, but Angharad didn’t care. It had taken three long months but the day had finally come. Her mother fastened the lace covered gown and ran a brush through her daughter’s golden curls. “You look beautiful, Angharad,” Lady Moirea said. “I think this is the first time I […]Read More Racing the Wind, Part 6