Author Archives: James Ashman

About James Ashman

I write books of the fantasy, heroic, and adventure types. So far. I'm an author who loves fantastic stories.

The Lupine Saga 76

“Coming, coming! Just wait there,” the felis waiter said. He finished picking up a few dishes from a group’s table and ran into the back. He could be heard yelling out orders for rice and chicken to the chef, and … Continue reading

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The Lupine Saga 75

The worn road made a straight path through the tall trees. They were straight, thin, and placed randomly in scarcity. The sun shone at a morning’s angle, and the trees had little to block with. The patches of grass and … Continue reading

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The Lupine Saga 74

Far to the east, news of recent events made their way across the continent sometime after the death of Fidel. A young man in his twenties stood before a figure of most imposing authority. As the young man knelt before … Continue reading

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The Lupine Saga 73

Va’il’s face was as white as his hair, sweat was starting to form in his palms, and his heart was attacking his chest. As much as Va’il wanted to hide his surprise and worry, it was obvious to any onlooker. … Continue reading

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The Lupine Saga 72

Some time afterwards, on a certain rainy spring day, Va’il finished eating lunch in the classroom, and then stood up. Zeick was busy scribbling away at a paper, Harnes was eating delicately, Pete was talking with Teena, and Kelin was … Continue reading

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