This Saturday, December 17th, brings our second story by D. V. Morse, and it’s also the second of our theme stories inspired by “The Holidays.” Don’t expect any fluff here, though – instead, why not schedule some rebellion for the start of your winter?
Title: Let the Solstice Come
Author: D. V. Morse
Genre: Historical with Magic
Rating: General Audiences
Trigger Warnings: forced breeding (mentions of), starvation
Character Features: air elemental, aroace, aromantic, asexual, earth elemental, nature spirit, non-human character, water elemental, slave
Tags: enslavement, environmentalism, humans are the villains, ireland, isolation, past tense, pov third person limited
Eithne released her bipedal form as soon as she reached the center of the field of sprouting emmer, dispersing her mass through the soil. It should have been a relief to do so. She should have been soaking in her home element, savoring the smell and taste of it, drifting off for a much-needed rest as the ground cooled for the winter.
None of those things were the case.
Length: 14 pages/4,514 words
Price: $1.99 USD
Bring on the Solstice with Duck Prints Press! Get your copy now!
And while you’re at it, check out Got You Covered, also by D. V. Morse – a modern-day fluffy w/w story that takes place in the same setting as Let the Solstice Comes; this story tells about that world’s past, and Got You Covered about its present!
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