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Mako’s Run – Chapter 1

By Vicky Morgan-Keith The Mako’s Run slewed abruptly to one side, rocking Paz violently about despite being strapped securely in her seat in the cockpit. Several control boards at her station sparked and flared brightly before all but one went … Continue reading

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Mako’s Run – Prologue Pt. 2

By Vicky Morgan-Keith Her Most Excellent Grandness Messilina IV, Beloved Daughter of the Divine Firstmother Aoth, Wielder of Life and Death, Foremother of all Neira, and Empress of the Neiran Empire furrowed delicate feathered brows to scowl down from her … Continue reading

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Mako’s Run – Prologue Pt.1

By Vicky Morgan-Keith “No!” Grand Oracle Azhia sat bolt upright on her plump bed of softest down, the echo of the frightened shout resoundingly harsh and loud in her ear canals. Alarmed, she turned her head from side to side … Continue reading

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First One, Then Another

First One, Then Another By Vicky Morgan-Keith Smoke swirled about the strange HLpR bot like a heavy gray curtain, slowly retreating as the  robot made its ponderous way through the dense haze. A small contingent of soldiers from the Galactic … Continue reading

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Neira to My Heart – Part 5

Neira to My Heart – Part 5 Part 4 by Vicky Morgan-Keith Sa’ruk chel’ vek take them all! Mrrowl growled to himself. He was well aware the Neiran spectators desired the spectacle to last as long as possible. However, Mrrowl … Continue reading

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Neira to My Heart – Part 4

Neira to My Heart  – Part 4 Part 3 By Vicky Morgan-Keith Mrrowl snarled in surprise. His ears flicked back as he watched the alien creature emerge from the far holding pen opposite him. He’d heard whisperings of Edo, but … Continue reading

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Neira to My Heart – Part 3

Neira to My Heart  – Part 3 By Vicky Morgan-Keith Part 2   “Get ready, arnt! We’ll see if you prove your worth today.” Mrrowl dipped a massive paw into the stone watering trough of the staging paddock. He lapped … Continue reading

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