Dream sequences are a bad literary technique. Oh well.
Late post #1. Will now open betting pool for how many times I have to use that tag. Leave your comments to enter pool, winner gets a oneshot in their honor.
PART THREE. In the dark of the night Clio trailed around Rainbow’s home, her one eye roving over some the scientists curiosities. This was undoubtedly the most boring part of her job as a Muse. The waiting. When she’d had her sisters and son around it hadn’t been as bad, but now on her own … Continue reading A Fiction Agreed Upon. Episode Six: Threshold. Part Three.
Puppies: the Return.
Turns out breaking things down at a molecular level is going to freak some people out. Who knew? (Bonus: Posting on the 9th of Thermidor.)
Out of the lab and into the future.
Raise your hand, who guessed that the English King and French Revolutionary were going to have problems?
At least this episode isn't him calling for a horse...
Leonardo da Vinci, meet Maximilien Robespierre. There's a sentence for the search engines.
PART THREE . Leonardo had hardly slept, reading again through his own biographies. The world felt slightly off kilter when he sat up and stretched. It was the year 3000 and he’d died over a thousand years ago. Salai, Melzi were dead. There was no more royalty in Italy or anywhere else. The titled ‘Mona … Continue reading A Fiction Agreed Upon. Episode Three: An Offense of Man and God. Part Three.
PART TWO. Leonardo was soon dressed in cotton clothes, softer than anything he’d ever worn and sitting at a small glass table, scrolling through his own body of work by sliding his finger along the surface. “See, I said he’d be a quick learner.” Rain bragged to Kam, who was holding a coffee in shaking … Continue reading A Fiction Agreed Upon. Episode Three: An Offense of Man and God. Part Two.