Feb. 16th, 2016

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It wasn’t unusual for Mirai’s father to disappear off with one of his advisers before breakfast, but this time something seemed different. She looked at her mother, who obviously hadn’t noticed anything as she was spreading jam on her toast, before thinking back to what had woken her up. There had been times before when Leif had woken her up, because something had happened that would affect them both, and normally she did answer, knowing that as a son he had more information than she ever would have. Unfortunately she hadn’t made it to the communication crystal before he’d rung off, so she didn’t know what was happening the way she would have done if she had answered, and she couldn’t leave the table in the middle of breakfast without explaining why to her mother, which wasn’t something she wanted to do.

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Collection: The Fae World, Status: Complete, Word Count: 3000 - 4000
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Applying for a transfer hadn't worked. Jaya hated Amber and yet didn't want to let her go. It didn't make any sense at all. For the last six months she'd just got easy jobs the newbies could have done, even if they didn't have any experience. She'd thought far more seriously than she’d believed possible about retraining as a scout, but it didn't have the same appeal. All she'd ever wanted to be was a thief. That was what her father had been. Her mother didn't want her to follow in her father's footsteps, because he had died during one raid. They'd last seen each other the day Amber started training to be a thief. Sighing, she left her room, knowing she couldn't put it off any longer. When she got to the jobs board no one else was there. There was less embarrassment if she was alone, even though she knew everyone already knew what job she had. At first she avoided looking at her name. Instead she checked on what jobs the newbies had. She couldn't help worrying about Kenner when she saw that the new girl had been assigned a job that only an experienced thief should have, a thief like Amber. Finally she looked at her name.

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Collection: The Fae World, Status: Complete, Word Count - 5000+
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While Kenner ran from the Silver House to the portal she tried not to think, because she didn't want to, but it was hard. She had so many questions about what had just happened. They’d never gone through a situation like it in training and that made her wonder how Amber had known that breaking a window would disperse the darkness. That thought then led to Kenner asking herself why it was so easy to disperse the darkness. It wasn't something she knew anything about, but there had to be a simple reason why breaking a window would disperse a spelled darkness. Arrogance could easily be part of it or the magicians not knowing that someone outside of their group knew that it was possible, but that didn't feel right.

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Collection: The Fae World
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The first thing Keeley did was check her way back. Being the first one to test the newly created worlds was always worrying, because they could never be quite certain there was a way out, and that time there wasn’t. For a moment she wanted to laugh. It was either that, or cry, and she wasn’t going to cry. Knowing how dangerous it was meant they were always ready for the worst to happen - and being stuck wasn’t the very worst that could happen. Due to the way they created the games she knew there was a way out. All she had to do was play through the story line, which should be simple enough. She knew the story line. She’d studied it for days, to make certain she could play her way home, as there was far too many occasions where the testers had had to play their way home. Sighing, she looked around, certain there would be a pick-up close by.

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Collection: The Fae World, Status: Complete, Word Count: 1000 - 2000
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Reaching the bottom was a relief. Every time Keeley was dropped from one platform to the next she found herself panicking for a few seconds, certain she was going to end up falling all the way down. It didn’t matter how many times she’d successfully dropped from one to the next. The further down th

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Collection: The Fae World, Status: Complete, Word Count: 1000 - 2000

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