Category Archive: Mulberry Wands

Mulberry Wands, chapter by chapter, along with some explanation of how I made the cover. If you're confused, you may want to begin with Alternate Susan

Feb 25

Mulberry Wands Chapter Twenty-Three

Want to start at the beginning? Go here. Chapter Twenty-Three     Griff had an amulet from Maggie that she said would make him invisible to owls, but just when his entrepreneurial spirit picked up, she also said that it wouldn’t last more than a couple of days. He’d been having nightmares about Fallon, so …

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Feb 18

Mulberry Wands Chapter Twenty-Two

Want to start at the beginning? Go here. Chapter Twenty-Two     “I’m big,” Susan said, looking at her hands. She was lying in her mom’s bed, naked except for a fuzzy raspberry colored afghan flung over her. It was warm in the trailer, warm and stuffy, overlaid with the smell of incense, pot, and …

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Feb 11

Mulberry Wands – Chapter Twenty-One

Want to start at the beginning? Go here. Can’t wait till next week? Buy this book. Paperback, Smashwords, Kindle Chapter Twenty-One     Susan was still trapped by the sinews, but she had a sharpened stick and enough ointment to blind a whole litter of cats. If the litter of cats they’d seen earlier had the second sight, …

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Feb 04

Mulberry Wands Chapter Twenty

Want to start at the beginning? Go here. Chapter Twenty     Paul had already dressed and unlocked the door, even though it was eleven a.m. and in the middle of his sleep cycle. Anything that was serious enough to bring an owl to see him mid-morning was serious enough to get dressed for. He …

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Jan 28

Mulberry Wands – Chapter Nineteen

Want to start at the beginning? Go here. Chapter Nineteen     The party that escorted Susan back to her house consisted of four adult warriors, Shaluun, Noruu, Runook and Tuusit, and a young man whom they identified as “Scout”. She was surprised that they didn’t insist on a female chaperone, seeing as how old-fashioned …

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