A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Seven: Blog Forty-Three)

She realizes the screams are not coming from her dream, but are real, and happening.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Six: Blog Thirty-Four)

Master Jo Anne asks Janet to sting a song to–safely–awake Master-at-arms ‘Dizzy Blade’ Sadie.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Five: Blog Thirty-Two)

First Mate ‘One Eye’ Olanis asks Kitkun, known as Raven for her hair and keen eyesight to watch from the Crow’s Nest, to see if she can see either the Surprise or the Cannibal’s ship.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Five: Blog Twenty-Seven)

First Mate ‘One Eye’ Olanis and Helmswoman ‘Wheel Turner’ Synthia get into a scuffle.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Five: Blog Twenty-Six)

First Mate ‘One Eye’ Olanis sings a song about Captain Crazy Bumbee and the Endless Waterfalls to Helmswoman ‘Wheel Turner’ Synthia.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates! (Part three Blog fifteen)

Sadie can smell raw fish and baking bread as she steps into the galley.  In the very fore of the galley, past the few long tables and fixed chairs where the ‘Harlot’ and Althea are sitting together, she sees a single window with a wide serving ledge. 

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates! (Part three Blog twelve)

Master-at-arms ‘Dizzying Blade’ Sadie yawns as she buckles on her rapier and slips throwing knives into each of her boots.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates! (Part two Blog ten)

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part two Blog ten) By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris As the horizon grows redder Master Jo Anne is shocked to see Captain Peg leg’s Surprise less than ten fathoms away.  “Mornin’ Kyaputen, Zala,” she hears Umi say. “Morning Umi,” the Captain replies groggily. She hears the Captain walk upContinue reading “A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates! (Part two Blog ten)”

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates! (Part Two Blog eight)

She laments how a single moment can damage someone so badly. Until they’re ready to fight Barthadrow the Ship Builder will have no closure. She on the other hand keeps memories close, to give her strength.