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 16

Ter’ae was very tall and very thin, with pale green skin. Slitherers had scales on their chest, shoulders, thighs, and back, though none of them were visible through the clothes Ter’ae was wearing. He moved in a rhythmic way, and … Continue reading

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The Lupine Saga 15

“What do you want, dog?” asked Nekoto, the oldest felis there. He kept the other eye closed. The remark wasn’t taken well by Kelin, who felt his claws extending. “You know anything about a thief, maybe one who lies as … Continue reading

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The Lupine Saga 14

There was one person who went to every group, spoke to every person, and carried out an investigation on the behalf of the whole. “You can just call me detective,” Kelin said to Pete. “Yes, detective,” Pete said in his … Continue reading

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The Lupine Saga 13

Kelin showed an adeptness for Go’tei ball that was unmatched by any of the other students. He also happened to be the only lupus there, aside from Va’il. The school had few lupus, and they didn’t generally go out with … Continue reading

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The Lupine Saga 12

The last time Yan had felt horribly guilty was when he was Va’il’s age. An incident happened with his brother one day. The two boys were only a year apart, Yan being the older one. His brother was up in … Continue reading

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