For snippets from more fantastic authors (and instructions for joining in with your own science fiction or fantasy snippet) click the logo above.
Year 7 Day 200
I must confess my latest method of choosing acolytes has not been terribly successful. Torch Flower cooks after a fashion – well, better than I do. Certainly the food is edible, though not nearly as good as that Meerkat or even Gazelle prepared. But Torch Flower is clearly used to being the center of attention, and has much more on her mind than preparing my food. In fact, I would say she is doing her best to seduce me.
I don’t think Rhinocerous cares about her enough as a person to be greatly bothered. She was the girl all the young men wanted, so he had to have her. He’d object if she went to another man, but to a god? I would only enhance his self-importance.
At least he has learned to bring down small game with a sling or a thrown stone, so we have some change from fish.
Jarn’s Journal is the journal of a human-like alien stranded in Africa 125,000 years ago. He has become a god (much to his annoyance) to a group of our ancestors. His Journal to date is on my author site; a longer version of this posting is on my main blog.