Wednesday, April 25, 2012

And With a Sigh Winter Says Goodbye (WT 110)

The cold night of winter overstayed. It was thus in Jules Anson's heart, if not Central city as a whole until a theft could be discovered, wrongs brought to justice and curses lifted. Anson knew that once magic was invoked in the name of Fire, Earth, Air or Water, that magic must run its course.

Published in COBWEBS AND ANTIQUITIES, an anthology of cursed and/or magic objects

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