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  1. Fetchling, Fetching

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    August 20, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    (Three Generations after the main Story)

    The next few weeks passed quickly. For Hell Night Caffery was the silent slave girl to Ignifer’s evil wizard in the “haunted house” the crew ran in one of the corridors. Magic testing came and went, leaving her rejoicing in panida, meentik, tempero and eperu while wondering what the heck hiko, buli, quipia and kwxe were all about.… Read on


  2. Fetchling, Fetched

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    August 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    (Three Generations after the main Story)

    Ignifer originally inspired by this picture

    “So, what’s your name?”

    Her first thought was that he sounded like a grown up. Not just the sixteen years that she now had and had once thought was as grownup as you could get, but as much as twenty or even a little older than that.… Read on


  3. Talon Comes to School

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    August 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    Early September, Year 25 (One year after George’s Change)

    The summer holidays were over and the students were returning to Addergoole. Sextus and George had spent the holidays with their grandfather, Leal, travelling around in Aelfgar’s wake and fighting monsters.… Read on


  4. The Crew Acquire a Cat

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    August 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    Several generations in the future of Addergoole – after Emmalise

    Damian was squeezing Emmalise’s breasts from behind, pressed up against her, one hand under and on each mound, pressure just short of painful. They both knew that there was no time for full blown sex between now and dinner, particularly on a school night, but it was a promise for later and they both enjoyed it.… Read on


  5. Emmalise

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    August 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    Several generations in the future of Addergoole

    Emmalise wasn’t quite sure how she’d wound up in a crew with Damian and Jigg. Well, she was actually. They were the only ones who’d gone looking for her when she disappeared.… Read on


  6. A Basis of Understanding

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    August 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    After Penny’s time at Addergoole

    “It would be a great help if we could use your place as a way station between Singleton and points south,” said Steve persuasively. “You’re almost ideally located here and no-one would have to know exactly why it’s so difficult to find.”

    “You’re asking me to make my home an enemy target,” Penny replied.… Read on


  7. Homeward Bound

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    August 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    Late June, Year Nine

    “You mean you’ve really never had sex just for fun?” Kath was incredulous, but kept her voice low because the children were in the same room as them. Melody was bossing Sextus and George around over the blocks while Talon, Ursula and Aquaria being not yet one were doing individual baby things on a big soft rug on another section of floor.… Read on


  8. George’s Change

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    August 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    Late September, Year 24

    “Hello, Sext,” Salicia cy’Linden oro’Rigg always said his shortened name as if the t on the end almost didn’t exist. Sextus was warming to a theory that it was part of a set of behaviours resulting from whatever orders her Keeper had given her.… Read on


  9. Visitor

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    August 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    July between Years 8 and 9

    The twins had gone shopping with their grandfather, Leal. They were not quite two but they were very amenable to Grandad’s suggestion that they were experts on teddy bears. And it was obvious to anyone that the new baby brother and sister were going to need their own bears once they were born.… Read on


  10. Thanksgiving, Year 8, Part II

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    August 18, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    Content note: aftermath of rape and killing

    By the time the rescue party arrived Penny was cleaned and dressed. Her late captor’s self interest had provided soap, towels and hot water. The plain bed sheet she’d found still in its packaging, probably purchased to be her shroud, was draped and tied to form a dress.… Read on


  11. Thanksgiving, Year 8

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    August 18, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    Content warning: rape, violence, and murder. 

    She was wide awake so suddenly she realised at once that it couldn’t be natural. She was on her back with thin padding over something hard underneath her. Her arms were stretched and pinned above her head.… Read on


  12. Fruition Begins

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    August 18, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Fic

    June, Year 6 of the Addergoole School

    Penny felt like she’d just gotten back to sleep when the knock sounded on her door. In a practised move she hooked her right heel over the edge of the mattress and rolled herself over while throwing back the covers to get out of bed.… Read on


  13. Reunion

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    August 18, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    April, Year 7 of the Addergoole School

    It was after class and Penny had ditched her books in her room and was on her way to the Village to collect the twins from Lady Maureen’s. It was April and they were nine months old – two boys who’d discovered that they could move around on their own and were now guaranteed not to be in the spot where they’d been left unless precautions were taken.… Read on


  14. The Boys Start School, Part 2

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    August 18, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    Hell Night, Year Twenty-Four of the Addergoole School

    “No harm, no foul,” said George after Dr Caitrin had left the room. He stood with his feet apart and his arms crossed. “We three go to lunch in the dining hall, swing past the store together and pick up supplies to keep us going till breakfast Monday.… Read on


  15. The Boys Start School, Part I

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    August 18, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    First Day, Year Twenty-Four of the Addergoole School

    “What have we here?” The long limbed, olive skinned girl looked the two new boys up and down in a predatory manner that didn’t, quite, extend to licking her lips.… Read on


  16. Fridge Rights and the Letter

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    August 18, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    Year Six

    “I know what I’m going to tell them,” Penny put down her pen, “But first,” and went to the door of her room. “Bowen, if you’re going to eat some of that, put it in a plate first – there are two pregnant ladies here who don’t want your germs when we have our dessert.”

    Bowen, who was lifting a hitherto untouched bowl of trifle out of the pod common area fridge paused, only semi-startled, and said “Okay, Penny,” put the bowl down on the kitchenette bench and opened the cupboard where the plates lived.… Read on


  17. Planning Ahead

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    August 17, 2016 by Lyn

    Rix’s Guest Story

    some time in the first quarter of Year Six

    “Hi ya, Penny,” the ebullient Kath plonked herself down on the couch in their common living area beside her pod mate. “Watcha doing?”

    “Making a list.” The girl with the dark blue eyes tapped her newly iridescent fingernails on her note book.… Read on


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