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The origins of this demi-goddess of the sea are revealed!

A mermaid fantasy sea adventure.

Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Magical Realism, Mermaids, Nautical, Sea Adventure

Eight years ago, an incident during a group dive resigns noted oceanographer Dr. Viola E. Foy to a desk job. But an urgent call forces Dr. Foy to return to the ocean. She finds herself partnering with Dr. Devi
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Published May 15th 2019 by Self-published through Smashwords, Nook Press, and Kindle
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Great mermaid adventure I'm hoping that there's a sequel as I would like to follow Orniainthi and her friends on another adventure.
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The Musings of a Blerd is writer and self-published author T.C. Harrison.

Between 2011 to 2016 the author wrote for a myriad of pop culture sites, before retiring. Six of T.C.’s comic book stories were published in the Womanthology and Grayhaven Comic’s The Gathering anthologies. Their short story “Uirusu” was first featured in the August 2014 Apocalyptic Fiction issue of The Sirens Call EZine.


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“Galloway pursed his lips and then gave a sly smirk. “I’ll admit I didn’t foresee this. You have become a prominent foe. I apologize for ridiculing you.”
“I accept your apology.”
“Good. Now it’s time to die.”
“Are you ready old man?”
Galloway sputtered out a laugh.
“Oh yes.”
“Then let’s end this.”
“Now wasn’t the time for freaking out, I needed to know what the hell I’m dealing with. I took another breath and turned. Facing me was my former friend, their loyal sidekick, and the unwilling participant. “I’m insulted.”
Devin’s eyebrow arched. “Excuse me?”
“You heard me. Since I’ve been on this expedition, you’ve treated me as less than. You’ve insulted my intelligence, and not just mine but Mr. Chowdhry’s as well.”
Devin rose from their chair and approached the tube. “I apologize Vee, I didn’t mean-”
“I’m talking Dr. Strucker.” Devin returned to their seat. “If I’m one of the best scientists as you’ve claimed, then why haven’t you treat me that way? I want answers, real hardcore answers. Enough with the bullshit.”
Marahi burst into applause as Nurse Hughes stared in disapproval. “What?” He inquired. Devin shook their head.
“I said what I said Devin. I’ve been threatened, transformed into what I'm not sure, and you’ve kept me in the dark this whole time. It ends now.”
Devin stood again and replied, “You’re right Dr. Foy. I haven’t given you the respect you deserve. For that I’m sorry.” They then turned to Marahi. “I also apologize to you Mr. Chowdhry.”
Marahi grunted in acknowledgment.
“I accept your apology. Now get to the facts.”
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