Jennifer (gaaneden) wrote,
Jennifer
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The Edge of Propinquity is published!


Volume 11: November 2006


Hello everyone!

The November volume of the Edge of Propinquity has been published! This month we have the betrayal at every turn, the understanding of one's nature, a well laid trap, and the acceptance of destiny.


Luminations - Hearing by Rick Silva AKA shaharazad
Chester Hall receives a phone call from his ex-girlfriend on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately, she's calling from a jail cell. When Chess decided to intimidate a witness into not testifying against Melissa, he learns of a threat against his closest friends. And he'll need to trust an enemy in order to save them.

Vorare - Giving Thanks by Ivan Ewert AKA ivan23
Having fled the Pen alone, Gordon's thoughts turn to the darkness. With no willing sacrifices to turn to, he must seek out another way to quiet his hunger - and an isolated farmhouse would seem to hold the key.

Hidden City - Blind Intersection by Ryan Macklin AKA macklinr
Michael and Sue arrive at their destination. Claude is waiting for them inside, holding Charlie and Heather as hostages. Shots are fired, revelations are made, and offers are extended. Then Michael gives them all something to fear.

Kendrick - Betrayal by Jennifer Brozek AKA gaaneden
On the eve of the ritual the Order of the Sacred Eye has worked towards all year, Karen and her allies still do not know where is going to be performed. Then, both of Karen's former boyfriends contact her, claim to know what is happening and where it will be held. She agrees to meet with both of them. She is betrayed by one of them and his love for her.


Have you ever looked over the edge and seen something looking back at you?

Thanks!
Jennifer
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The Edge of Propinquity
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