Scryer's Gulch

55 Part Story 113K Reads 2.7K Votes
MeiLin Miranda By MeiLinMiranda Updated 4 months ago
Treasury Agent Annabelle Duniway is on the trail of a brilliant, twisted spellcaster in a 19th century mining town full of demons, ghosts and werecritters in this fantasy western mashup serial. Updates every Friday, and episodes 1-53 are available in ebook on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Scryers-Gulch-Magic-Wild-Episodes-ebook/dp/B0083236B2
What a great idea for a story! Right away it makes me wonder what it would be like to be in a town where everyone could scrye and see the future. Endless conflicts and chess moves. I was also interested to hear more about who the original inhabitants had been and who these new people were.
                                    One suggestion, the early part of the part one comes across as a history story, which isn't all bad, but I would consider starting into the action of Annabelle arriving sooner. Jump right into the "present" of the story and then sprinkle the history along as you go. Just a thought.
                                    Thanks for sharing this!
What a great idea for a story! Right away it makes me wonder what it would be like to be in a town where everyone could scrye and see the future. Endless conflicts and chess moves. I was also interested to hear more about who the original inhabitants had been and who these new people were.
                                    One suggestion, the early part of the part one comes across as a history story, which isn't all bad, but I would consider starting into the action of Annabelle arriving sooner. Jump right into the "present" of the story and then sprinkle the history along as you go. Just a thought.
                                    Thanks for sharing this!
What a great idea for a story! Right away it makes me wonder what it would be like to be in a town where everyone could scrye and see the future. Endless conflicts and chess moves. I was also interested to hear more about who the original inhabitants had been and who these new people were.
                                    One suggestion, the early part of the part one comes across as a history story, which isn't all bad, but I would consider starting into the action of Annabelle arriving sooner. Jump right into the "present" of the story and then sprinkle the history along as you go. Just a thought.
                                    Thanks for sharing this!
What a great idea for a story! Right away it makes me wonder what it would be like to be in a town where everyone could scrye and see the future. Endless conflicts and chess moves. I was also interested to hear more about who the original inhabitants had been and who these new people were.
                                    One suggestion, the early part of the part one comes across as a history story, which isn't all bad, but I would consider starting into the action of Annabelle arriving sooner. Jump right into the "present" of the story and then sprinkle the history along as you go. Just a thought.
                                    Thanks for sharing this!
What a great idea for a story! Right away it makes me wonder what it would be like to be in a town where everyone could scrye and see the future. Endless conflicts and chess moves. I was also interested to hear more about who the original inhabitants had been and who these new people were.
                                    One suggestion, the early part of the part one comes across as a history story, which isn't all bad, but I would consider starting into the action of Annabelle arriving sooner. Jump right into the "present" of the story and then sprinkle the history along as you go. Just a thought.
                                    Thanks for sharing this!
What a great idea for a story! Right away it makes me wonder what it would be like to be in a town where everyone could scrye and see the future. Endless conflicts and chess moves. I was also interested to hear more about who the original inhabitants had been and who these new people were.
                                    One suggestion, the early part of the part one comes across as a history story, which isn't all bad, but I would consider starting into the action of Annabelle arriving sooner. Jump right into the "present" of the story and then sprinkle the history along as you go. Just a thought.
                                    Thanks for sharing this!