Primordial
Goddess

Caribbean Blue

My staff, all dressed in silk shirts the same blue as the ocean around my beaches, circulated among them. Some offered refreshments. Others dealt cards and spun wheels. […]

Olympian

House of the Rising Sun

The air will be filled with the honeyed tones of the beautiful, and the words will be given life by those who weave their art upon the stage. Any drink a man could imagine will flow from our kegs. […]

Olympian

Love’s Radiance: Part I

I found that the best way to be beautiful and mysterious at the same time was to go undercover. I found my love for singing in a little club in Paris, and Maria was born: a sexy, redheaded broad who frequents many clubs to perform. […]

God

On the Hunt

Bill told me earlier that this forge and roller had been shut down. My guess is it got caught in the rollers and ripped off as the killer was stuffing Charlie through the machine.” […]

Goddess

Mortal Ambiguity

Adrian noticed me and started in my direction. The man followed, still mouthing words. I pulled my ear buds out, but couldn’t hear what he was saying. His short legs were no match for Adrian’s long gait. […]

Olympian

The Franklins, Part II

“I won’t let some bitch talk to me like that. The only reason we came to you is that you’re so highly recommended. I would have rather gone to see a man. Let’s go, Meredith!” […]

Olympian

Catching Fire, Part II

I was finding it harder and harder to disagree with Prometheus. Everything he was saying made sense, whereas my conversations with Father only left me with more questions. […]

Olympian

The Franklins: Part I

Mr. Franklin was on the phone from the minute they came in. He walked into the waiting room ahead of his wife, not bothering to hold the door open for her, obviously assuming she would take care of everything. […]

Primordial

The Halls of Home

Though I have a permanent home here, I very rarely visit. I prefer snow-chilled mountain peaks and the darker corners of the rainforest – Hades probably prefers I am not here much either, really. […]