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May 2014

The Undying Voice of Julius Gordon – Part 4

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[Did you miss Part 1?  Thanks again to Josh Conner for working on this awesome story with me!]

October 27th

The Grants came back today. What they said can’t possibly be true, but until I find out otherwise I will act as if it were. If I believe them and it turns out to be nothing more than a shared fit of dementia, I will look like a fool and we will laugh and life will go on. If I do not believe them and they are telling the truth, I will have much more than embarrassment to worry about.

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Apr 2014

The Undying Voice of Julius Gordon – Part 2

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[Did you miss Part 1?  Thanks again to Josh Conner for working on this awesome story with me!]

July 7th

There are many readers at the Byrnwood Library, but I am its only writer. I may not hold that distinction much longer. Last year, we found a mousy young girl picking through our fields, and we took her in. She gave her name as Thalia (Greek origin, means “flourishing,” according to Miller and Bolton’s 10,000 New Baby Names Book), and she is one of the most inquisitive and unflappable human beings I have ever met. She found my first and only journal entry while searching my office for something new to read, and today she asked me if I would teach her to write.

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Apr 2014

The Undying Voice of Julius Gordon – Part 1

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[Hey all!  Remember the Birkenhain Journal?  Well I’m pleased to announce a new collab with Josh Conner, creator of Webcomic Steel Salvation.  Enjoy!]

SteelSalvation

I’m beginning my analysis on the Byrnwood Library affair of the 2080s.  The official report was pitifully sparse, but after digging into the case files for a while I eventually found reference to a hard copy journal.  It had never been digitized before, for some reason, so I’ve taken the liberty of uploading its contents, along with some of my analyses.

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