The Case of the Whispering Pages
A short story based on the Misadventure May 2021 prompt list.
Last update: 3 days ago, 1:40 PM
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A murder, a mysterious note, and a missing book. Detectives Cypress Hawthorne and Joachim Skylark have a long night ahead without a single drop of coffee to be found at this hour.

A short story based on the Misadventure May 2021 prompt list.

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a.g.meade
Aspiring graphic novelist and creator of "The Borrowed Faces" and "Soulbound" webcomics. Probably drinks too much tea.

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Misadventure May #12 - Campsite.

This page was really technically difficult for me with the perspectives, so hopefully it doesn't look too weird.

Looks like this story is going to be a bit longer than 31 pages, and that’s alright. I’m having a lot of fun with it, and I hope you are too.
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Misadventure May #22 - Into the Waterways, part one. This prompt was originally "into the sewers", but I've changed it to "Waterways" because it fits better with what's next.
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Misadventure May #20 - Docks at night. Nothing like changing the subject like asking your crush about their raison d'etre.

Actually, Jo's magic is canonically the wrong color here. It's supposed to be a very light sea-foamy blue, but that didn't even kind of show up against the other blue. So! I switched it to his 'soul color' instead. It will have to do.
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Misadventure May #21 - Hidden passage (to the truth), part two.

We're in the home stretch, everyone - nine prompts left! With any luck, I'll wrap up with the Misadventure May prompts just in time for Inktober. Which, incidentally, I do have a story for but am holding off until I finish one of my full-length projects. Heck, it might be May again before I get to Inktober XD
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Misadventure May #21 - Hidden passage (to the truth?)

In which the book continues to be true but terrible.
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