Halfway through the latest Petticoat Katie novel now! Seems like cheating as I’m aiming for this one to be shorter than the first three.
Dean Wesley Smith posted recently in his new Killing The Sacred Cows… series, about how… 270 more words
CHAPTER XXIII. THE DREAM IN THE NORTH
Richard Darrien remembered drinking a bowl of milk in the hut in which he was imprisoned at Mafooti, and instantly feeling a cold chill run to his heart and brain, after which he remembered no more for many a day. 4,687 more words
In many ways, King Solomon’s Mines was the Star Trek of its day. A voyage into unknown lands, discovering mysterious, alien people, slaughter on an unimaginable scale and a strict adherence to British ethics and values: it has all the hallmarks of any good Star Trek book. 382 more words
CHAPTER XXI. THE CITY OF THE DEAD
Nya led the way down the cave, followed by Rachel and Noie. Squatted in its entrance, so as to be out of reach of the rays of the sun, sat Eddo, looking like a malevolent toad, and with him were Hana and some other priests. 5,178 more words