Olympian

What’s Your Alibi?

Dad paced the floor on the opposite end of his office from the body. I’m sure he was wondering what Mother was going to say when she found out about this. She’d either give him an alibi or hang him out to dry. […]

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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? […]

Muse

Dead End

With the big move, Athena’s birthday party, the imminent gallery opening, and all of the family drama, I let myself get sidetracked. Too distracted. I needed to make up for it. Maybe not today, but… […]

Olympian

The Panathenaia, Part 2

Instantly, the cramped automotive walls with their neon piping slid away and Ares, Nike and I found ourselves nestled within the solid silver confines of Selene’s moon chariot. […]

Goddess

Diaries of Hestia: Death Comes on Swift Wings

“A month after you left, my lady,” Connor said, his voice cracking with tiredness. “He started declinin’ right after you left, but he went peacefully at the end. Just went to sleep and never woke up. […]

Goddess

A Ripple Becomes a Wave

It is amazing the way history twists the memory of those who retreat, even when it is in the best interest of humanity. People are so easily swayed by those in power. […]

Olympian
Olympian

Date Night Never Ends Well

I studied the scorch mark and my blood ran cold. It was a pattern I had seen one too many times in my immortal life. Turning around, I looked at him. “What did you do?” […]

Goddess

Doxxing Olympus, Part 2

Wanting to impress his lover, young Hyacinth ran after the discus that Apollo threw—trying to catch it with his speed. A wind did blow and affected the trajectory of the discus. […]