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  1. Question: Childhood

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    August 8, 2016 by Lyn

    Why did Ty grow up in Addergoole?

    Ty’s maternal parent, D.J., answers:

    Well, Ty didn’t grow up in the school, per se; we weren’t done retooling the building until the summer before the first students arrived. But we spent its early life in the Village, an area adjunct to the school where most of the staff live, as well as, now, some of the students who have graduated.… Read on


  2. Summer Camp

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    July 27, 2016 by Lyn

    Sometime between 1987 & 1993

    “Summer what?”

    “Summer camp,” DJ said cheerfully. “You know, tents and bugs and swimming in the lake and other kids Ty’s age.”

    “Human kids. Normal, every-day human kids.” Penn eyed DJ doubtfully. He was a nice guy, but he never seemed the most practical, especially when it came to his oldest child.… Read on


  3. Too Human

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    July 26, 2016 by Lyn

    This story takes place a couple years after “Housewarming”

    “Your child…” Dave was careful to keep his voice playful and not sound the least bit accusatory. D.J. was in his – her – last month of pregnancy and prone to violent explosions of temper at the slightest provocation.… Read on


  4. Interlude: Mies

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    July 20, 2016 by Lyn

    Nydia was visiting Gram DJ, so Mies was playing in the back yard with Gwenfrewi, Cyan, and Eryk. They were playing Magical Flower Girls against the Giant Tiger of Doom, with Gram DJ’s cat Ademion playing the role of the Giant Tiger.… Read on


  5. Prelude: Tya

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    July 5, 2016 by Lyn

    Sneaking out to spend time with DJ had been easier than Tya had expected: she’d told Shiva she was going to DJ’s, and Shiva agreed to cover for her.

    Sitting with Eryk balanced on her lap and Siriana in a basket nearby, Tya knew, with a little stab of guilt, why her former Kept had been so willing to help her out.… Read on


  6. Chapter 130: Shahin

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    June 15, 2016 by Lyn

    I wish the real world
    Would just stop hassling me

    They were something of a ragtag group, Shahin mused, as they headed out to the Texas State Capitol on the fourth day of their trip. The Fifth Cohort were adjusting well enough to being back out “in the world;” they’d only been in Addergoole for a couple months, after all.… Read on


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