EPISODE ELEVEN: PART ONE

ANDROCLES HAS 99 PROBLEMS AND BEING ALONE ISN’T ONE

Dear Principal Bardsley,

It is with a heavy heart that I am writing in response to the letter my colleagues and I received regarding the children in our care.  It pains me to learn that there are concerns over the emotional well being of our charges. Continue reading

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EPISODE TEN: PART TWO

IT’S NOT A WONDERFUL LIFE: PART TWO

Parker was dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. He’d been bitten, drained of all his blood, his heart was no longer beating, and his murderers had even confessed–happily–to the crime. Two of his classmates had witnessed it, though their fate was much the same as his own, making their word not worth all that much. Young Parker was as dead as a doornail.

 

And yet… he was going home for Christmas.

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EPISODE TEN: PART ONE

IT’S NOT A WONDERFUL LIFE PART ONE

Welcome friends!  Gather round; you have probably all been dying to know what happened after the Halloween party “closet incident”.  Our young vampires have been on holiday and it’s time to hear their stories of holiday “cheer”. Continue reading

EPISODE SEVEN

ANDROCLES, GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER

 

Androcles knew full well that patience was a highly prized virtue, but this was just ridiculous.  Ophelia had been in the large walk-in blood fridge for what seemed like a thousand years, and he was hungry. Continue reading

BONUS: INDEPENDENCE DAY SPECIAL

ANDROCLES: MAN OF FAME

 

“Hello friends!” Androcles boomed as he swept into the rec room of the American Legion building.  All heads turned to stare.  Several wise, old souls looked hard at him with tired eyes between their white beards and NRA caps.  There was a younger man in the corner with a rigid spine and pulled back shoulders.  He looked wary and tense; probably fresh from combat, Androcles thought.  He could barely suppress his smile.  These were his kind of men and women.  Soldiers.

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EPISODE ONE (PILOT)

SKYLAR, POSSIBLY DEAD AND NOT CARING FOR IT

“I told you this was a bad idea…it’s never going to work!”

Skylar’s eyes fluttered open. She was cold, hazy, in the dark, and possibly dead. She wondered vaguely if you were supposed to hear bickering when you died. How exactly she had gotten here–wherever that was–she really didn’t know. Continue reading