Saving Niall – again (working title)

We are back in London. Riding in carriages and trains is not particularly pleasant, when your head hurt, so Mackenzie is put directly to bed upon our arrival. Put she really doesn’t want to spend more time in bed. We start practicing again – nothing too stressing, mostly it’s just to regain strength and movability….

Weeks at leisure in Straithclyde

I love Straithclyde! I really do. Not just because of the rocks and the fact that the oneads have a Home here, but the people and their kindness and their sense of humor. They tell me so many tall tales, and laugh at me for believing every one of them. But not in a way…

Over water, under hill

Dear Callum,                                                                                   Dunvegan Manor, Straithclyde I have met oneads! Real, living, breathing (?), pureblooded oneads!…

Grace in The Pit

After an hour in the carriage I am tired and hungry. The driver call down to me: “Should we go on, miss, or do ye want to rest?”. “Rest, please” I call back. I am tired. The day has been full of experiences and dark thoughts. Dr Husk’s last words to me keep resounding in…

Brev fra Cassie (Ghost in the machine)

I am GMing this part. I may eventually write it into a story, but not just yet. In stead I give you Cassies wonderful letters to Grace (written by Liv) – in danish. I may translate by popular demand, but otherwise here it is, in Cassies very own giddy words: Første brev Kære Grace Åh…

Winter season and the evaluation of Grace

Addendum 412 I am moving trough the crowds heading for the temple of Zeus. It’s a bright autumn day, with just a touch of coming frost in the air. The temple is ridiculously big, and the crowds are likewise. The lines move slowly towards the entrance, and police checks our admission tickets with great care….

11. The case of the laughing corpse

Autumn is upon us. I like the rain and the wind – it vastly improves on the smell of the city. We are moving. Since Niall has moved out of his flat, Mackenzie has been on a lookout for at place to stay that was not right next to her mother. Vincent and I have…

9. The case of the demon and the baker’s wife

Niall has left us. The heiress Caroline Mathilde showed up with a baby on her arm, and told him that he was the father. So he left with her. I am a little dissapointed that he reneged on his promise to Artemis to look out for me, but I am sure that Artemis will understand…

10. The case of the haunted B&B

We throw our bags on the floor by the bed, too tired to unpack. I fall into our chair and Vincent drops to the bed with his arms wide. We both sigh deeply. What a trip! I hear steps coming up the stairs in a hurry. Vincent sits up on his elbows and we look…

8. The case of the sister and the zombie fish

1. Things are strange for a while. Aphrodite is still pissed and there is not a lot of love going around. I still love who I’ve always loved (Vincent and Cassie), so I’m not much bothered by it. But a lot of other people are really cranky, and it’s frankly getting a bit annoying. Vincent…

7. How to exorcise a demon

1. Cassie is home! I watch her walking down the gangplank wrapped in heavy furs, and two sailors bend low with her luggage. She looks like a bear. I run to hug her – we all do – and we laugh and talk all at once. She has been in Valakia, where it is presumably…

6. The Trial

1. Homeless The journey home from Nanga is rather trivial compared to the last couple of months. The weather is surprisingly mild, and we encounter no storms at all. Nanga is warm and dusty, when we leave, and there is no sign of the rain that usually fall this time of year. The sailing is…