Olympian

Truth and Taser Guns

It’s no thunderbolt, but it does deliver a satisfyingly shocking mortal takedown. It’s like smiting, but without the scorched earth and instant oblivion. It’s more like “smite lite.” […]

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Olympian

The Panathenaia, Part II

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. […]

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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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Moving Day

The facade looked just like my Parthenon. I could almost feel the breeze in my hair. Beyond the walls, terraced hills danced with my beloved olive trees. My eyes filled with tears. I had forgotten what it was like to be home. […]

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The Awakening

I know you probably think it odd that a god or goddess should find anything of interest to learn from you mortals. But I’ve found that wisdom can come from anywhere. […]

Goddess

She Sheds and Sex Strikes

It was entertaining, but all the battles were sloppy. “These commanders must draw inspiration from Ares,” I chuckled. “You know nothing about military strategy, Jon Snow!” […]

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Mother’s Day Sucks

Being a Mall Cop is incredibly satisfying. In my first week’s work, I’ve: Rescued women from being assaulted in the parking lot (3) Helped a mother who’d locked her baby and keys in the car […]

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Temp Time

Daddy — Zeus — can be a little controlling. It’s not enough that we get jobs, he wants to dictate what we do. I mean, PR is perfect for Moxie, but he just handed that […]