Author Archives: Eren Reverie

Book 6, Chapter 48

A fork.  A fork? No: The fork that Sebastian had given me.  A piece of essence that I could manipulate.  Faerie essence, that I could manipulate.  Giddy with relief, I started to [..]

Midnight Moonlight, Book 6

Book 6, Chapter 47

The thought that I’d maybe died had a dreamlike quality to it, except you aren’t supposed to be able to feel pain when you’re in a dream. Are [..]

Midnight Moonlight, Book 6

Book 6, Chapter 46

“Ghost Zombies!” I shrieked. I didn’t know how else to respond. For the moment I was locked up in shock — and in that moment the other ghosts [..]

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Book 6, Chapter 45

Of course, I yelped and stumbled back in shock. It was a quick way to get everyone’s attention, after all. “Ghosts,” I said to answer the surprised expressions. [..]

Midnight Moonlight, Book 6

Book 6, Chapter 44

I looked around again while everyone was getting out of their vehicles, and sure enough: no ghosts. Some of the sorority girls looked a little pale and drawn, [..]

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Book 6, Chapter 43

After taking care of Hans, I also managed to unravel and consume the obstruction in my leyline to Shantaya. That was something of a relief on multiple levels. [..]

Midnight Moonlight, Book 6

Book 6, Chapter 42

Getting things moving took a little while, mostly because we didn’t quite have enough transportation. Although Megan and Emma were being numerically replaced by Hans and Cassie, their [..]

Midnight Moonlight, Book 6

Book 6, Chapter 41

It took me a second to process what Fumiko had just said. once I was pretty sure I hadn’t just misheard, I blurted it back out for confirmation. [..]

Midnight Moonlight, Book 6

Book 6, Chapter 40

Fumiko had followed my gaze to Benjamin. When she looked back and saw that it had landed on her, she gave me a sympathetic grimace. Or maybe it [..]

Midnight Moonlight, Book 6

Book 6, Chapter 39

Everything having to do with soul stuff was at least somewhat metaphorical. Including how I perceived it. So I decided to try to shift that. To… open myself [..]

Midnight Moonlight, Book 6