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Inheritance (Part 1): The Blazer Saga

Posted by James Cogdill on Friday, May 1, 2015, In : The Blazer Saga 

This story takes place approximately eighteen years before “Project 19”

The attendees packed the church from end to end. Tears flowed freely. A string of whispered chatter buzzed across the auditorium. Even strands of laughter could be heard from various of the sundry conversations. Even in the laughter, though, a solemn spirit was present. It was a spirit of respect and sadness. All who had come understood what had been lost.

The two matching coffins at the front of the sanctuary were th...


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Inheritance (Part 2): The Blazer Saga

Posted by James Cogdill on Friday, May 1, 2015, In : The Blazer Saga 

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Two days later, Eve walked into the kitchen to find Granny Fischer scraping breakfast – it looked like burnt scrambled eggs – into the trash can. She was muttering under her breath. Eve caught some of the words and blushed.

This stove. I can't cook like this. There is something wrong with it. Everything I cook scorches. I've never had such trouble with a stove in all my life.” She turned to Eve. “Does it do you like this? Scorch everything you try to cook.”

Um. Only when I ...


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