Happy Halloween everyone. I love this holiday. I spent this weekend doing historical touring and paranormal investigations and I had a blast. I had meant to continue one more round of Cassadaga Nights (on sale by Nine Star Press) BUT realized it wasn’t on my flashdrive and I’m on the work laptop (did I mention my laptop died?) So have some more of Kaleo’s story. It’s pretty scary
When we left him, he’d just blasted off planet with a group of teens born on a prison planet, thinking he was going to get training and a place in the galaxy. Instead he was drugged. We’re picking up from there
When he finally came back to, Kaleo didn’t know where he was. He wasn’t sitting up in a take-off seat. Stretched out on a hard cot, he shivered under a thin sheet. Trying to get up only made his head ache like never before. Pressing one hand to his forehead, Kaleo tried to figure out what had gone wrong. Did he get some form of space sickness? His fingers brushed over his collar bone, meeting something hard and strange. There, in the left-hand space between collarbone and chest, was some kind of device. His pain-addled brain dredged up images from a dream he had had, something that belonged in a slum sewer.
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