age of exploration
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Who knew the electronic-reality entertainment business was so dangerous?
They are books in a used bookstore, who should not be shelved together.
When they aren't socks.
Or a bee and an ant.
Faunlock, Parentlock, Teacherlock or... other things.
An iterative series of 221B stories. One 221B per chapter. Last story is told entirely in words starting with B.
Two men. One wolf. No map. The year is 1826, the forests are vast and uncharted, and Fraser and Kowalski are about to get very, very lost.
27 Sep 2019
Her fingers hovered gently over the steel blade of her old sword, rusted over by the passage of time, and yet familiar to her all the same. “You kept it?”
“I kept meaning to give it back to you, but we were always so fleeting... just two ships passing in the night.”
“It’s been a long night,” she joked, then they both let out noises somewhere between sobs and laughter as they looked over the room, which was full of the various artifacts that they’d collected. Centuries worth of countless possessions filled the room, covered the shelves, and hung from the walls.
“This is every piece of the story we’ve written,” Ben told her, walking around to her other side as he lifted a framed photo of them outside of her apartment in 1922, and looked at it closely. “The good...” He gestured to the photo, then he set it down, and moved on to the plague mask resting on the table nearby. “The bad...” His gaze fell next on the candlestick, which had rested on a mantle piece in a French castle that had long since fallen to ashes. “And everything in between.”
Ben and Rey are rendered immortal after being struck by lightning at the precise same moment, and keep running into one another as the centuries drag on.