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‘LIX: Insights’ Category

  1. Interlude: Anatoliy


    July 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Directly after Chapter 176

    Kai wasn’t happy to see him.

    This was ending up being the case more often than not lately. It probably would have given Tolly a complex, but he was pretty sure he had one already. His closest female friend hated (with decent reason) his Keeper, who (with probably even better reason) hated her right back.… Read on

  2. Chapter 177b: Jamian


    July 19, 2016 by Lyn

    I’m beautiful in my way
    ‘Cause God makes no mistakes
    I’m on the right track, baby
    I was born this way

    “You’ve been spending a lot of time with Manira lately.”

    Jamian jumped nervously, glad that his Keeper wasn’t a mind-reader.… Read on

  3. Chapter 177: Ba’al


    July 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Oh, I just gotta know
    If you’re really there and you really care
    ‘Cause baby I’m not

    First Weekend of April, 2000

    “Just think.” Ba’al leaned back in the grass, letting the sun warm him. “We’ve been here eight months already.… Read on

  4. Chapter 176: Kailani


    July 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Don’t move
    Don’t talk out of time
    Don’t think
    Don’t worry
    Everything’s just fine
    Just fine

    Last week in March, 2000

    There were papers everywhere. Kai had taken to sitting on the floor to work on her homework and projects, since it gave her more floor space in which to spread out, and she was leaning against the bed, working on her math homework while contemplating mind control.… Read on

  5. Chapter 175: Shahin


    July 19, 2016 by Lyn

    Life is the key,
    what you want it to be
    Release your mind
    Release your mind
    Open yourself to the universal truth
    Free your mind
    Free your mind

    Second to last week in March, 2000

    “How do you think Tolly is managing?”… Read on

  6. Prelude: Morgan


    July 17, 2016 by Lyn

    The Council of the Shenera Endraae had just convened its Vernal Equinox session when Morgan arrived.

    The three elders of the Council sat at their curved table, a head above the council’s junior agents; with Morgan, five of the nine agents were in attendance.… Read on

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