The Lost Children“What is the Mystery Bookshop?” Aithley asked. “And don’t tell me it’s a bookstore because I can see that,” she added pointedly. Hein smirked.The Lost Children by weaveroffantasy
“I was going to say that,” he admitted. “And as for what it is… Which one of you saw my little lodestar?” he asked, his eyes going from Aithley to Fane with curiosity.
“I saw it first,” Aithley said. “And Fane saw it for the first time today.”
“What’s a lodestar?” Fane asked.
“My guiding light. Greenman!” He shouted suddenly, startling the two.
Something moved out of the shadows, a tall lumbering figure that seemed to tower over everything. Fane brought his rod forward as they saw a gaunt face surrounded by shoulder-length black hair that looked as if it hadn’t been washed in a while. “Put this back in its place,” Hein told him, handing the Ciarailiad to him. He only grunted in response, eyes lingerin
The Mystery BookshopFour months had passed since Alba’s disappearance, and nearly two months since Aithley had started her own investigation. Life had gotten in the way, however, and it had stalled as homework, grades, and a more tight grip was laid around Aithley. Because she’d disregarded her grounding she had to be driven to and from school, no matter what, so she couldn’t just go wherever she wanted to anymore to her frustration.The Mystery Bookshop by weaveroffantasy
The pink fur ball as Aithley called it continued to show up and it was no longer limited to nighttime visits in her room. She’d see it out in the open now, in the hallways of her school or outside on the street, always poised as if waiting for her to follow it. It didn’t seem as if anyone else could see it but Aithley was certain it was real although she was no longer freaked out about its appearance. After all, if it had wanted to harm her in any way, it would have done so when she was asleep. In fact, as more time passed and she was still confi
Setting: World of LithiaThe world of Lithia has always been plagued by strange and dangerous events for most of its recorded history. Beginning with an attempted alien invasion, and to the phenomena known as the Veil, the only sure thing in Lithia is that nothing is certain.Setting: World of Lithia by weaveroffantasy
One of the most major events was the attempted alien invasion in 835 B.C.E., which was stopped by a man using ancient technology combined with the magic of his world, crippling the alien space ship and creating a force field that covers the entire planet, preventing anything from going in or out of the atmosphere. The planet had been saved, the alien ship has been stranded, stuck within the planet's atmosphere. Thousands of years have passed and much has changed. Technology has grown; empires have risen and fallen, cultures and customs have come and gone and changed. While many things have changed and become lost, the looming spaceship frozen in the atmosphere has not.
The phenomenon known as the Veil appeared in 1237 C.E. It caused
Queen in a CastleThe pink rabbit came again that night. Aithley hadn’t noticed when it had appeared and, like the night before, it stood under the window, watching her, as if it was telling her to follow it outside. It was another uneasy night for the twelve year-old and it was more than just the pink fur ball that kept her up. After the restaurant, her uncle had told her what the detective had said about Alba’s brother-in-law and she couldn’t get it out of her head. She had met Iselle and been disconcerted by her strange behavior and looks. Now she wondered about this unknown and unseen Dax Pengelly and what kind of man he was that Iselle would marry him. Was he tall or short? Handsome, ugly or just an average face that blended into a crowd? Fat or skinny? Muscular, or average build? What did a criminal look like anyway?Queen in a Castle by weaveroffantasy
Morning came in a fitful doze and the pink fur ball was gone, not that she’d paid it any heed. She was too tired to go down for breakfast. Everything around he