Month: September 2014

Coydog goes Kayaking

It was near Midsummer and Coydog was wandering through the fields and forests of Wisconsin. She chased a few bunnies, startled a few quail, and was, in general, quite bored. Now, a bored and idle Coydog is always a troublesome…

What’s a coydog and why am I writing stories about them?

This is an example of a coydog : (image originally found here) How could you not love that face? Coydogs are a coyote/dog hybrid. You can see more examples hereĀ and here. Like all canine crosses, they take characteristics from both…

Ada’s Song – Part 14

That night, Kara and Ada played the prayers to Setheria asking zir to receive their dead. Kara sang requiems for each of their fallen. Ada played laments that carried the tears and sorrows of the living to Setheria’s ears. The…

Ada’s Song – Part 13

The day drew to a close. The forest was covered in blood and bodies, some strewn along paths, others caught in thickets or on tree limbs. Ravens picked at the dead. Kara searched for her people, marking each spot with…

Ada’s Song – Part 12

Kara lost track of the wind, the scents she used to track it overwhelmed by blood, sweat, and fear. A cacophony of sound syncopated through the forest. She was no longer certain who was fighting where. Eerie silence punctuated pockets…