The Wishing Map 100

When heroes kill monsters, something in themselves dies. And something new is born.

Mitch Teemley

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The Wishing Map

Chapter Twenty: Tea for One (Continued)

Previously: Gina’s encounter with Rhema was nothing like Zack’s. Why? What had she done wrong?

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“You have falsely represented me,” said the queen of the Fae. “It will take me many years to regain the naims’s trust.”

“But I was only trying to save my brother!” Gina replied.

“That does not excuse your actions. Or undo their effect.”

“Why not? I mean this is so unfair! He’s the one who messed up. I thought I was pretty—what’s the word—resourceful, you know? I mean, I saved his life, for flying monkey’s sake! But me you get all ticked off at, and him you throw a frickin’ tea party for! This is so unfair!”

“If you use that word again, I may be tempted to ‘smote’ you,” Rhema…

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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