Snow and Smoke

Welcome to a world of eternal cold, where snow falls from ever-cloudy skies and smoke always rises from humanity trying to dig heat out of the earth.

Like Nation of the Child, you’ll see lots of short vignettes and stories that combine to tell one large story. Unlike my previous experiment, the stories here will be a bit more involved. I’m looking at an average of 500 words a post instead of 200 words. 

Here’s a list with links to the stories posted:

A Bonus for Barras 
Solace for Sareh 
A Dinner for Danal 
Air for Aaron 
A Catch for Charles 

Heat-Leak Hearts
Who You Know
Family Life
A Personal Affront
Dying Songs 

Sprouts
Into the Wild
Catching Fish
At the Emporium
Chasing Goats 

Barras Abandoned
A Funeral for Seventy-Two
Separation
No Time for Fakes
Societies Meet 

Hiding Something
Dining on Ash
Valiant Knight
Shopping for Greenery
Waiting for a Cure 

Trespassing on Dying Songs
Coming Home
Despising Dying Songs
Late Night Meetings
Reveling in Dying Songs 

Like Mouths that Devour the Sky
Like Discovering New Heat
Like a ‘Shovel with No Smoke
Like a Bear in a Net 
Like the Fury of the Blizzard 

To Dust Return
For from Dust You Were Formed
I Will Place Enmity
Cursed Are You
Through Painful Toil 

Our Refuge and Strength
Therefore We Will Not Fear
Though the Earth Give Way 
An Ever-Present Help in Trouble 
Be Still and Know 

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