Ch 2; pg4

Brit spent some time exploring her room and unpacking her things.  It was clean with an exceptionally springy bed and warm colored wooden furnishings. She felt more like she was on an expensive vacation than getting read to go to work. At last, she opened up the bag that Ben was hiding in and let him free. He took a liking to the area under the bed so she laid down a towel where he could sleep. Continue reading


Ch 2; pg3

She took a deep breath and stepped into the huge building. Mellvin followed, as was becoming the usual.  The inside was just as ornate as the outside, maybe even more so.  The tiles they stepped on were quartz, inlaid with intricate marble designs. The lobby echoed as they walked toward the main elevator.  Near the elevator door was a sign listing all of the offices that occupied the twenty-one levels of the building.   Continue reading


Ch 2; pg 2

Brit gathered her things as the train was coming to a stop. ¬†When she stepped off the platform of the train station she got her first real glimpse of the city. ¬†She hesitated, she had no idea where to go. ¬†Having never been to¬†Themiscyra City before, she wasn’t exactly familiar with the layout. ¬† Continue reading

Chapter 2: In which the actual plot begins

Brit stared out the window of her train car watching the landscape fly past while thinking of good names for a pet snake. ¬†She was never one for naming animals after their attributes like “Blackie” or “Spot” and she had grown out of naming them something ridiculous and¬†unnecessarily¬†long such as “Mr. Franklin Fluffy Jose¬†Ignacio¬†III”. ¬†After much consideration she settled on “Ben”. ¬†It took a lot of begging her father and trickery to sneak Ben past the train conductor at the station but she did it and now felt that he deserved a name.¬† Continue reading