Monthly Archives: April 2013

Generation 10 Chapter 7

Chapter 7 A few months later, my sister announced her pregnancy. She looked so happy. Never in my life had I hated m sister as much as I did that day. As her brother, I was expected to play a … Continue reading

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Generation 10 Chapter 6

Chapter 6                 A few weeks later I sat playing for my grandfather while he weeded his garden. “That’s a nice tune. Is it new?” He commented. “Why do you ask?” I responded, letting my hands still upon the strings. … Continue reading

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Generation 10 Chapter 5

Chapter 5 I leaned against a pillar observing the revelers as usual. Lord Calarael approached the Queen on her throne. “Your majesty,” he declared, “I can no longer keep my feelings hidden. I love the Princess Arghavan and seek your … Continue reading

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Generation 10 Chapter 4

Chapter 4                 Time swiftly passed. I frequently encountered Lord Maradar. He flirted with me at every opportunity but never when there were witnesses. He dared not be seen courting me without the Queen’s official sanction. My sister was surrounded … Continue reading

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Generation 10 Chapter 3

Chapter 3   Grandmother entered my chambers unannounced. “Your majesty, what may I do for you?” I asked, hastily rising and bowing to her. “Did you give any indication to Lord Maradar that you might find his suit welcome?” she … Continue reading

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Generaton 10 Chapter 2

Many hours passed before I rose and headed downstairs where I could hear the sounds of merriment. I paused in the doorway and watched in mute shock as my sister swirled by held in the arms of a handsome young male. … Continue reading

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Generation 10 Chapter 1

Generation 10: You Only Knew Me in Winter  Chapter 1: I ran a hand through my long, pale green hair, tugging to dislodge the tangles. Today was my fifteenth birthday and my grandmother, the queen, was holding a party in my, … Continue reading

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