With two pieces of micro-fiction done, I turned my attention to another group of characters, Ramona and Aiden. The last time I peeked into their lives, Aiden had just gotten closure from his botched duel with his classmate. Post that vindication, Aiden kept one eye on his development as a mage and the other eye on his budding relationship with Ramona. While Ko-fi’s scheduler allowed me to publish the latest piece of micro-fiction, I could not complete the publication process because of a bug that ran through my family. However, now that I’m mostly recovered, I’m getting back on track and completing the process.
The next highlight of Aiden’s journey comes during a stroll through the empty hallways of the Academy with Ramona.
Come, sit down and allow me to give you a mini-escape and kindle your imagination.
When Ramona’s slender fingers tightened around Aiden’s wrist, she tugged it, pulling him to a stop.
With a smile creeping across his face, he glanced down at her, tracing her cheek with his fingertips. “Is something wrong?”
She flicked a finger toward a window. “Who helped you to create that water tendril from the rain?”
“What makes you think I didn’t figure it out on my own?”
Ramona licked her lips as her eyes widened. “Did you create that spell?”
“Well,” Aiden said through a chuckle as his lips stretched towards his ears, “that depends on your perspective.”
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