Featured Fiction #21: Kingbreaker

You might want to put your feet up for this, and put the kettle on! Michael Wettengel ran with the genre this week and created an entertaining world of fantasy for us to enjoy.

Lore and More

Oh wowzers. So, I saw the Feature Fiction fantasy writing prompt just yesterday and I went absolutely ape churning this story out. Two days, 7800-ish words, and enough errors to make a grammar teacher faint… my fingers hurt. But anyway, this is my first submission in Featured Fiction. So, hopefully I didn’t royally bungle it.

Hope you enjoy it~

“She doesn’t like the taste of human,” Silas said.

“She’s going to eat it or she’s going to starve,” Eman said. He took his own wolf’s reigns and yanked on them, turning them back to the castle. “I doubt there’s anything worth eating in there.”

“No,” Silas admitted. Shifting out of his saddle, he forced Ruin’s head down into the small piles of bodies. Over three years of riding together and she was still a stubborn bitch. Regular wolves were bad enough. They were always too proud- always concerned about the…

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Melissa Barker-Simpson is a multigenre romance author. Her stories are about connection, friendship, and love in all its forms. So whether in a magical setting, an alternative universe, or a world where anything can happen – and often does – there is always an element of romance. Melissa is currently residing in the North of England with her two daughters, and when not writing, is fulfilling her other role as a British Sign Language Interpreter.

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