Mythological Spies

Today’s Hercules stats:

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32 / 44

WORD CUT!!! (Finally let go of the food fight orphan scene. At this point, it will not be in the story. Combined a couple of other scenes that were repetitive.

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41,825 / 45,000


In the realm of Jackal’s First Hunt,

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8 / 24


And here’s one of my favorite bits:

“Wait a second!” Drew popped between them. “What does this have to do with my sister?”
Alan pulled the shade down a tiny bit more. “Drew, right?”
“Spill it, Uncle Alan.”
“Chas, what’s Zoey’s cover?”
“Your sister is a model. And she’s a spy.”
“And you two are spies?”
“Good guess.”
Drew nodded. “I could see that. You look like James Bond. But you,” he eyed Chas, “you don’t look like a spy.”
“Yup,” Chas said. “Guess that makes me the best spy of all.”
“Well, not the best,” said Alan. “That’s reserved for us guys that look like James bond. Chas is pretty good though. He’s our resident weapons expert. If you give him the contents of your lunch box, he can make your Jello pudding into a high powered explosion.” Lynx stood up. “Maybe they didn’t follow me. They would have done some shooting by now.”

See you tomorrow!

Author: Catherine Schaff-Stump

Catherine Schaff-Stump writes fiction for children and young adults. Her most recent book, The Vessel of Ra, is the first book in the Klaereon Scroll series. She is currently working on its sequel, as well as penning the middle grade adventures of Abigail Rath, monster hunter.

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