i finished up the last of my Medical Assistant internship last Friday and I couldn't be happier. Now its time for job searches and moving.
But first I'm taking some me time and focus on writing.
Magi 20“I think Richard got married. Or blood bound to someone. Or something! I don’t know what’s going on! All I know is that the chick is dying and Richard is going to get real pissed real quick.” Laschet pulled at the larger man to get him walking.Magi 20 by rikusdemongal
Awen let his friend lead the way back to his home. “Do we know her? Did she go to the summer academy we did?” It didn’t seem to either of his friends that Richard would even give the princesses they knew the time of day.
“NO! I don’t recognize her! She looked sick though.” Laschet walked faster.
Briar’s attention was caught when the new male mentioned a woman was dying. Usually one of her kind would be accompanying the woman, if she was slow to pass to the other side.
“Excuse me.” She stepped up to the new man, “May I be of some assistance? I can identify anyone, with my cards of course.”
“Alright. She can come with us. Only because
Magi 18The fourth prince of the Northern Tundra woke up in a pool of sweat and tangled sheets. Laschet, the fourth in line to the throne, panted, searching the spacious bedroom for his familiar, Amber.Magi 18 by rikusdemongal
Amber, a 4 year old mountain lion, laid by the fireplace, awakened from the loud panting of her friend.
Laschet threw the heavy covers off his sticky body and swung his legs over the side of his large bed. The dream he had had thoroughly alarmed him. For the last week he had suffered through a miasma of unease, guilt, and the stench of death. Laschet’s family had never seen him so uneasy and had taken great measure to ensure nothing was wrong in the capital of their nomadic domain. There were no signs of disasters; the local volcano did not make a spark, all the glaciers were firmly packed with ice and snow, with no sign of a sudden warming in the air. No tribe had reported any outbreaks of disease or malady. All the portals in and around the Tundra were secure.
There was noth