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This year we’ll be having a Donor House story, which will be extended to 2,000 words a day, and if I get enough interest in it I may well extend it into the New Year. So if you’d like that to happen then comment, use the reaction buttons (it does help if you let me know that they’re still useful and just letting me know you’ve used them is one way of doing that), or even send me an email to say you’re reading, and I’ll see how well things go.

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“You don't have to sit alone,” Sophia said, sitting next to Conall.

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Orla wrapped an arm around her waist as she looked at the priest of Anubis who had led the winter solstice ritual. He wasn't a true priest, but one of the many fake priests who had no connection to his deity, and for that reason she didn't think he had the right to lead a ritual. Unfortunately there was nothing she could do about it. Artemis had told Orla, several times, that she needed to keep her head down and not draw attention to herself in order to keep herself safe. As the only person in her village who knew of the existance of North Square, and had some warning that change was coming soon, she had to be there for her people when they needed her.
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“Solstice,” Genevieve started, trying not to meet anyone's eyes, “shortest day, longest night, on this day winter begins.” Her attempts failed because she found herself staring into her mother Delyth's eyes and could see the pride filling them, which did make her feel slightly better. “With the fading of autumn a new year commences. Look back on what's been, bid the old year farewell, give thanks for what it has gifted you with.”

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Aisling hated talking about people when she knew they could hear her, but she needed to talk to Logan about Trey and he had brought the subject up first. She looked at the back of Trey's head, wondering what he was thinking, before looking back at Logan. There was something about him that she really didn't like. When she had some time to herself she'd work out what it was. Until then she had to push away that feeling so she could talk to him without the dislike she felt creeping into her voice.

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