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December 20th, 2013

December 20th, 2013 published on 18 Comments on December 20th, 2013

Replan the plan!

Hope you guys don’t mind, but I’ve decided to give myself Christmas off this year! From the 25th to the 1st, Widdershins will be on holiday, but on the 3rd we will be back to begin the end of this story!

Hey, an anthology I’m part of is being Kickstarted right now! It’s another fairy tales book, this time African instead of Europeon tales, and it’s got some amazing names attached, go have a look!

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  • reynard61

    Ethan looks like he’s up to no good.

    Just sayin’…

  • Sal


  • Well of course the medieval dude knows how to knock down a door quicky

    • Darkoneko Hellsing

      Heh :D

    • Swagner

      It may or may not entail using skinny there as a battering ram.

  • Ethan has backstabber written all over him there. D:

    • Chug

      Yeah, I’m thinking that he’s planning to sell out the group in exchange for getting sent back himself.

      • =Tamar

        As if that would work… he was in the plot in the first place, so he is already doomed.

        • Chug

          Oh, I agree, it wouldn’t work. I still think he’s the type who’d be likely to try.

  • Darkoneko Hellsing

    Someone has “this is bound to fail and want none of this crap” written all over his face :)

  • Enjoy the break. Just make sure you leave us with a cliff hanger on Monday!

  • Ella

    I dunno why everyone’s so quick to jump on Ethan! It seems like he would have the most rationale to want to get back, and story-wise it doesn’t make sense to humanize him with backstory right before he backstabs everybody.

    I’m putting my bets on it being a set-up by Mrs. Sykes with the intention of catching everyone.

    • David Argall

      Still, it is hard to see what else he could be up to. He could be neutral by just doing nothing, or very little, and likely escape most or all of the danger. By leaving the kitchen, he exposes himself to danger in any case. There’s no sign of any heroic measure [say he double crosses by telling and volunteering to help the others, and then triple crosses by backstabbing Mr Muscle as he tries to block the door.] So the easy read is that he is going to tell.

      • Ella

        I just thought maybe he went to follow the maid, to see that she didn’t report back to Mrs. Sykes? It could be that she’s trying to provoke Alexa into acting early. I guess we’ll see, I just think making him into a villain seems like a bit of an obvious route.

        • David Argall

          Our author has not been big on the tricky stuff. There has been betrayals, but those have been by and of characters, not of the reader. We see him sneaking out, which fits the other betrayals. Of course a writer doesn’t want to be predictable, at least not too much. But it is still the way to bet.

          • Me-me

            Clearly none of you folks are familiar with the Duchess.

            • It could be his leaving is reacting to Alexia saying they are doing the plan ‘Right Now’, and his part of the plan is to pretend to betray them. He’d be the most believable one to play that part, known antisocial that he is.

  • Curtis

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
    Thank you for your story telling.
    Enjoy your Christmas vacation.
    I will look forward to the story continuing next year.

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