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"Heart Proof"

by Holly Schofield

Kamik heaved the iron box onto the cart, her muscles aided by anger as well as decades of blacksmithing. Her next push centered its weight on the polished boards. As she threw a rope over the box with more force than necessary, Techan appeared by her shoulder. “Let me give you a hand, old woman.” Behind him, the market square blazed unnaturally bright, silhouetting the bonfire dancers. Smoke drifted to the dark sky above where the god Welmit nibbled away the moon. The dancers would tir Read more...

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