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Wednesday Briefs: June 29, 2022

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Ancalagon: Chapter Ninety-six by Cia Nordwell
 

“You do seem to get in even more trouble now than you did when we were in training.” Ases sank into one of the chairs. He curled up, sitting sideways. “It’s weird none of these chairs have arm rests.”  

“Not really. What are they going to do, put two of them on each side? It’d be like a restraint device.” I could always rest my upper pair of arms along the cushioned back of the couch if I wanted, but the chairs were open. “Besides, Bouncer likes it so he can sit close.”  

Well, when he wasn’t tucked into a

 
 
 

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Wednesday Briefs: June 22, 2022

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Ancalagon: Chapter Ninety-six by Cia Nordwell
 

Maybe he had a point about Bouncer. But that was just because we were his pack and he spent so much time with people instead of animals. Garjah just snorted.  

“Eat your food, you took it after all. And we’re not going back to the party.” I looked at Garjah. “Right?”  

“No. My staff can finish up there. I’m more needed to question the man Bouncer just caught. Zeekah, go back and get Ases. We need his mech.”  

“Yes, sir.” The officer behind me saluted, then rushed off. I guess I didn’t need him if I was sticking with Garjah

 
 

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Wednesday Briefs: June 15, 2022

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The Garret Farm: Part 34 by J Ray Lamb

Jason was finally gone and the farm settled into mid-spring. Trent was busy from sunrise to sunset with preparations for the spring planting. Sandy suddenly found himself in charge of a fence building team to cordon off the winter wheat section that Claire had meant to fertilize. Trent couldn’t use that acreage for anything during the warm season so it was decided to fence it off and make it an extra pasture for the summer.

The rest of the farm was moving on from the drama. Colin had his hands full turning the farm into a full live-in facility…

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Wednesday Briefs: June 1, 2022

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Rose and Thorne 6 #25 (5.4) by Julie Lynn Hayes

“Hello?” Ethan listened intensely, but I couldn’t make out what Anderson was saying, try though I might. I just knew it couldn’t be good all things considered. Our boss wasn’t one for calling us in the middle of the night just to chitchat, especially when he knew we were on the job. The expression on Ethan’s face when he hung up only served to reinforce my suspicions.

“Looks like we aren’t flying out tomorrow after all,” he said.

“Then when?” I asked in as calm, cool, collected voice as I could muster. No sense in upsetting the subject of our

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Wednesday Briefs: May 25, 2022

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Garret Farm: Part 32 by J Ray Lamb

A few days had passed and nothing on the farm had changed. The tractor that Claire was using had been serviced and repaired. The damage wasn’t as bad as first expected so it was a relatively simple repair.

Sandy and Trent returned two days later after disappearing to the city. Trent had texted Jason that they would be gone and Murphy confirmed that he’d gotten it. Trent had the crops well managed and Sandy wasn’t fully on the job yet. It was affected his internship, but as Murphy thought of it, he was getting his IN-tern-ship from Trent…

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Wednesday Briefs: May 11, 2022

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Garret Farm: Part 31 by J Ray Lamb

Jaosn knew his time at the farm was rapidly coming to an end. He stood quietly as his mind replayed his comments earlier in the day about how Murphy poaid him for doing nothing and also what Murphy had just said.

Claire sat quietly and tried to hide the smile that threatened to spread across her face. She and most of the female workers around the farm had been wanting Jason gone since the time that he had been brought on to the farm. Even several of the gay guys had had their run-ins with him and wanted him gone

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Wednesday Briefs: May 4, 2022

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Ancalagon: Chapter Eighty-nine by Cia Nordwell
 

“The Galactic Council wants peace between the many unique species all over the universe.  I have come with Garjah and Essell to start the introductions.” Ases stepped forward and bowed. “My name is Ases. I hope that you will give me time to learn your culture and forgive any mistakes in my manners, but know I have nothing but the best of intentions as we create a bridge to bring your worlds alongside the Galactic society.”  

“This is not our way.” That question was not staged. A contingent of new arrivals pushed their way through the crowd, but they were

 
 

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Wednesday Briefs: April 27, 2022

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Rose and Thorne 6 #21 (4.7) by Julie Lynn Hayes

The staff and guests of the Hamilton Arms milled about outside of the hotel, congregating in groups as they speculated as to what was going on inside. A light drizzle had begun to fall, which only added to everyone’s discomfort at being unceremoniously rousted in the middle of the night. Emergency vehicles were already onsite, their flashing lights adding an eerie glow to the scene.

As late as it was, most businesses had closed for the night. Passing traffic was sparse. Even so, vehicles slowed to gawk before moving on.

“Think we could get an umbrella?” I muttered to Ethan.

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Wednesday Briefs: April 20, 2022

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The Garret Farm: Part 28 by J Ray Lamb

Trent kept driving towards Flat River but was just meandering towards it. He didn’t have a specific destination in mind. His mind was replaying the earlier conversation with Sandy over and over.

How did I get so lucky? Trent thought to himself as he kept driving, Don’t count your chickens before they hatch!

As much as Trent was enjoying the throb of Sandy’s crotch in his hand, he felt that he needed to move it. Sandy had put his hand there, but Trent wasn’t comfortable with it after a few minutes. He was smitten with Sandy, the sex this morning…

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Wednesday Briefs: March 30, 2022

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Rose and Thorne 6 #17 (4.3) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Benny’s suite contained two bedrooms, which was pretty standard for the Hamilton Arms, as we’d learned during our previous sojourn at the hotel. I was just glad we weren’t staying in the same suites as before—me with Troy and Ethan with she-who-shall-not-be-named. In fact, I was grateful we weren’t even on the same floor as that would have brought up rather unwelcome memories as well.

We ordered dinner from room service. I had to admit the steaks there were pretty good. Plus food seemed to just taste better on the government dime. Maybe that’s

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