Tossing, turning, and the night falling heavily, like a think mantle of northern cloth. There was no moonlight, not … More
Christmas. It’s an old word from an old world. Oh sure, some people still celebrate smatterings of it in Panem, … More
It is dark. An unmoving darkness, voiceless and cold. It is not like the snows, fresh and flowering, but … More
I am Caesar, named for the leaders of your ancient Rome, and yet you flagellate me, and tie me to a cross of beams to mock me and spit upon me.
He was always the quiet one, watching, waiting, it seemed, for something. He was lonely, people said, brooding over … More
Hermione Granger Potter was busy at work in the kitchen when she heard the sound of a wheelchair pulling up … More