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All the 'In Depth' posts were written in 2014, so they might need some edits, but I'm posting them up as they are for now. There may be spoilers ahead, and I want to note here that this is my fictional view of the deities. It's likely there are some changes to 'canon'.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/the-deities-world-in-depth/

Author Aside, Word Count: 500 - 1000
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All the 'In Depth' posts were written in 2014, so they might need some edits, but I'm posting them as they are for now. There may be spoilers ahead.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/pagan-in-depth/

Author Aside, Word Count: 500 - 1000
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All the 'In Depth' posts were written in 2014, so they might need editing, but I'm posting them as they are for now.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/thear-in-depth/

Author Aside, Word Count: 1000 - 2000
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All the 'In Depth' posts were written in 2015, so there may be some edits needed, but for now I'm posting them up as they are. There may be spoilers ahead.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/heliopaths-world-in-depth/

Author Aside, Word Count: 500 - 1000
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All the 'In Depth' posts were written in 2014, so some edits may be needed, but for now I'm posting them up as they are. There may be spoilers ahead.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/the-magi-in-depth/

Author Aside, Word Count: 500 - 1000
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All the 'In Depth' posts were written in 2014, so there is a chance they might need some editing, but for now I'm going to post them up as they are. There may be spoilers ahead.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/kims-earth-in-depth/

Author Aside, Word Count: 500 - 1000
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Originally written in 2014, this post does talk about a collection I haven't done much work on at all recently and doesn't mention some of the newer things I've been working on. It will be updated at some point in the future, but, for now, I'm going to post it as it is.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/the-collections-a-more-personal-post/

Author Aside, Word Count: 2000 - 3000
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I've chosen to start off by reposting the serial in it's new form, before moving onto the new parts. This is the second book, and I'll be aiming to post one book each day until they've all been posted, so I can start off with a new part next Tuesday.

Begin with Book 1.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/the-world-walkers-quiar-the-case-of-the-counterfeit-enchantments-book-2-arriving-at-seahorse-port/

Collection: The World Walkers, Status: Complete, Word Count - 5000+
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In the same way I've changed how I look at the way I write I'm going to change the way I look at my income from the website. For the next six months, while I'm focusing on getting stories I've started finished, my financial goal is to earn £20 (approx $30) a month from 5 of my collections. Both the Fae World and the World Walkers have been split into worlds, to make it easier to read the stories which also means it's easy to buy a story for a favourite world.

£20 a month is two new stories, for your favourite collection. You can pick a favourite setting (eg. the Fae School, or the Thieves' Hideout), a favourite race (eg. the Nox Gadael, or the Carne), or a favourite character (eg. Alice from the Donor House, or Kestrel from Heliopath's World).
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The first Weaver had failed. It wasn’t unexpected, even though Eithne had hoped for a better result, because they’d been forced to leave behind all the records. No one in living memory had created anything more than an animal and to get from there to a sentient humanoid was a step they didn’t know how to take. She didn’t know if the records would have helped as the majority of the experiments had been failures. At the very least she would know what not to replicate. Four experiments had been successful, although the results hadn’t been what was expected, which was the way magic often worked.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/the-world-walkers-athare-eithne-the-first-weaver/

Collection: The World Walkers, Status: Complete, Word Count: 3000 - 4000
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When Nate asked me for help the last thing I was expected was for the two of us to end up at a fancy ball. Normally when he asked for help I’d find myself covered in mud, blood, and a lot of nastiness I really don’t much like thinking about. As he made certain the mask he’d bought me was on tightly I studied him. He seemed more tightly wound than he ever had done before, which was worrying. Even at the goriest of jobs he was laid back about it all, often joking about whatever ended up in my hair, so his quiet perfectionism was something I didn’t much like. I could have asked him what the problem was. Maybe I should have done, but I didn’t want to make things harder for them than they already were. Instead I double checked that his tie was straight and his mask was comfortable.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/the-fae-world-kalinia-adriana-the-dukes-ball/

Collection: The Fae World, Status: Complete, Word Count: 4000 - 5000
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As it's the end of the month I'm doing the weekly links a little late in order to include the stories from the last two days of the month. From tomorrow I'll be switching to my new posting schedule.

The Fae World: Eorith: Luke: The First Arrival - repost, next part a work in progress

The World Walkers: Athare/Kankirin: Tanis: Escaping - repost, next part a work in progress

The Fae World: Earth: Tamara: The Dorm - repost, next part a work in progress

Aurora's World: Atecia: Opal: Talking to Margery - completed, repost, next part a work in progress

The World Walkers: Illiria: Kalena: Returning - repost, next part a work in progress

The Fae World: Earth: Claire: Inheriting a Hotel - repost, next part a work in progress

Donor House: Orestes: Stepping Into the Donor House - repost, next part a work in progress

The Fae World: Earth: Adrian: The Coffee Shop - completed, repost, next part a work in progress

Kim's Earth: Louisa: Meeting Edward - new story, next part a work in progress

If you've enjoyed reading then please share wherever you can, and you can use the tip jar to show your appreciation if you so wish. Please remember than all new stories, which will be at least 2,500 words, are £10 each, or you can sponsor a collection, setting, race, or character here. No matter how little you can give everything does make a difference and hopefully will lead to me being able to do less ghostwriting.
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The knock was unexpected to say the least. If it was someone who’d come looking for another house to ransack it was far more likely they’d have just broken in. As I stared at the door, wondering if I was stupid enough to answer it, the letterbox opened. “Is anyone there?” The voice was male, and I was almost certain I recognised it. “I need help.” Everyone did after what had happened, so that wasn’t going to make me do anything I might end up regretting. “I’m looking for someone to talk to.” He sounded almost like he was about to start crying. “Please, if you’re in there, all I want is a friend.”



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/kims-earth-louisa-meeting-edward/

Collection: Kim's Earth, Status: Complete, Word Count: 1000 - 2000
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To begin with Adrian stood, looking through the window of the coffee shop. It was well known as the place where humans with fae magic went if they hadn’t got into the school and from what he could see he was beginning to think the elders really had made a huge mistake. He’d already been certain it was a mistake - he just hadn’t know quite how bad it truly was. At least three people had real wings, not just glamoured ones, there were more people with shapeshifter blood in there than he’d ever seen before, and, thanks to his cousin Naida, he could see someone who was half-mer too. Sighing, he dropped his glamour, knowing it was how it would be accepted, before using a lightly shaking hand to open the door.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/the-fae-world-earth-adrian-the-coffee-shop/

Collection: The Fae World, Status: Complete, Word Count: 3000 - 4000
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It was early, much earlier than Claire would normally wake up on her day off, but she hadn’t been able to sleep. The letter she’d received had been cryptic and it had become the only thing she could think about, in part because it seemed like the beginning of one of those really awful horror movies. A great-uncle she’d never heard of had died, which wasn’t really that strange as she had loads of family she’d never met before, leaving behind a dilapidated hotel that she had apparently inherited, and that was the part she couldn’t understand. Why would someone she’d never met leave her anything in his will?



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/the-fae-world-earth-claire-inheriting-a-hotel/

Collection: The Fae World, Status: Complete, Word Count: 2000 - 3000
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Staying had become impossible much faster than Kalena had expected. As they’d worked out what she was they’d start doing their best to destroy her, so she ran. There was one place she knew that she would be safe. Unfortunately it just happened to be the place she’d left behind because she couldn’t bear being trapped there any longer. In the middle of the night she left with nothing but the clothes she was wearing, not daring to pack anything, doing everything she could to make certain they wouldn’t know she’d gone until morning. Hopefully that would give her enough time to get to where she needed to go.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/the-world-walkers-iliria-kalena-returning/

Collection: The World Walkers, Status: Complete, Word Count: 2000 - 3000
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Opal sat alone, in the room she’d once shared with Margery, and waited. Sleeping was much harder without the girl Opal had thought of as her sister and every time her aunt looked at her she knew the older woman wished it had been Margery who survived. There were times, normally late at night, when Opal wished it had been Margery too, even though she was grateful be alive, and her ability meant that at least she could still talk to Margery, unlike her aunt. Everyone looked at the family differently, because they all knew Margery had died during the blooming process.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/auroras-world-atecia-opal-talking-to-margery/

Collection: Aurora's World, Status: Complete, Word Count: 4000 - 5000
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When Petunia parked the car, Tamara got out, grabbing her books from the glove box, and it was then she realised she had no idea what had happened to her suitcase. She was relieved when Petunia got it out of the boot of the car. Smiling she took it in her free hand and started walking towards the school. Finding out something so unexpected had thrown her for a while. It would take her some time to get used to the idea that she really did have a living relative who was fae, even though she knew it was a possibility considering the fact she'd found an entrance to the school.



Read more: http://www.kawebbwriting.co.uk/the-fae-world-earth-tamara-the-dorm/

Collection: The Fae World, Status: Complete, Word Count: 2000 - 3000

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