It was late afternoon when the Sultan came at the balcony to see the torches lighting up on the cobbled streets. He breathed in the hot desert air and he could sense the night chill coming in. His ears enjoyed the silence; a distant rang of a hardworking blacksmith pounding on his anvil, a stray … Continue reading Treason



I joined the military so I could feed my family. It looked like a good deal back then. Few years ago, I saw a flyer calling for volunteers, and I got tempted. After I lost my job in the gentlemen’s boutique, finding work was hard, and this offer seemed decent. As soon as I passed … Continue reading Mercenary