Olympian

The Silver Bow

“For now, I will tell you this much, that my charity will have two main causes that it supports: Wildlife Preservation and Women’s Shelter. I have decided to name it Silver Bow Foundation.” […]

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Twilight’s Maidens

My body swayed in tune with the echoes of the forest, and I was transported to another realm. Sayeh swayed with me, matching my steps and casting a protective shield around me with her wings. […]

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Let it Burn

He sat with his head bowed between his legs, rolled up into a ball. Shivering from head to toe, he looked up when he heard my stride. Terror ran deep in his eyes while thick tears ran down his fat cheeks. […]

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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. […]

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The Trireme

Behind me, all around me, I hear my underwater family whispering, too. I also hear the Pearl. How long did Ted have this is his keeping? How long since my Oceanid went missing? […]

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The Indoor Sea

I smile and nod, sending out affection. They deserve it. Unlike you human creatures, my ocean folk are not fickle. Then again, they are far simpler creatures. […]

God

Nana Hera Saves the Day, Part I

She smelled like a pine forest. She smelled like fresh fallen snow on a winter evening, like right after a rainstorm on a summer afternoon, like roses on their first day of bloom… […]

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The Panathenaia, Part I

“Me?” Zeus didn’t like accusations. The sky darkened. Thunder rolled. For a moment, I thought he’d rain out my field day. But I did not give him the pleasure of a reaction. I stood my ground and stared at him as lightning shook the air around us. […]

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The Hunt Begins

Sayeh is definitely a misfit in this new world. The mortals and their new technology would make it difficult for Sayeh to be herself. This world is not going to accept her for who she is; they will want to capture her and “study” her. […]