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Centrifuge

Welcome to The Amulet Saga! Please see the bottom of this post for links to the other stories in this series (listed in chronological order of events, not of writing). And without further ado, I give you the latest installment.

Centrifuge

Rina sliced a knife across her palm and squeezed splatters of blood along the trail, drops every few feet on either side of the path. She could only hope it was enough to ward off the creatures and allow for safe passage through the forest to her camp.

It had worked around the campsite, at any rate. Creatures had come near, sniffed the outer edge, their violet eyes glowing in the dim light, then wandered away.

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The Amulet

Sorcerer

Potion

The Storm

Creature

Revolution

The Forest

Visions

Centrifuge

Rendezvous

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About Avily Jerome

Avily Jerome is a writer and the editor of Havok Magazine. Her short stories have been published in various magazines, both print and digital. She has judged several writing contests and is a writing conference teacher and presenter. She writes speculative fiction, her ideas ranging from almost-real-world action/adventures to epic fantasies to supernatural thrillers.

16 comments on “Centrifuge

  1. Nicely done! Very good starting and ending sentence.

  2. Ooh, so we’re getting more of the sorcerer?

  3. […] Premonition,  Revolution,  Uprising,  Assassin,  The Forest,  Training,  Visions,  Centrifuge,  Romance, Destiny,  Tryst,  […]

  4. […] Premonition,  Revolution,  Uprising,  Assassin,  The Forest,  Training,  Visions,  Centrifuge,  Romance, Destiny,  Tryst,  Espionage  The […]

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