Five Days Of Euphiction: DAY 5

It’s been a great week of new euphictions at the CoverStoriesBook.com blog.  My story wraps things up.

FIVE DAYS OF EUPHICTION, DAY 5: N. Pendleton’s “What Child Is This?”

From THE PLOT TO KILL OUR EMPEROR.

The journey has been long, filled with equal parts peril and boredom. I am exhausted, unbathed and unkempt, famished and dehydrated. I had hoped he would be impressed to see me, but he does not appear so. And I hate him for it.

The Professor says, “You sold us out just to have the object removed, then? I very much hope everything was worth it, because that is the cost: Everything.”

And if you haven’t already, go back and read the other euphictions featured this week:

SUZI M’S “HOME FOR X-MAS”

A. C. NOIA’S “TRADITIONS OF CHRISTMAS”

DEREK HANDLEY’S “A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS”

ERIK SCHMIDT’S “SILVER BELLS”

Like what you’ve read?  Get your COVER STORIES: A Euphictional Anthology today.

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