At last! The moment I’ve been anticipating for months has arrived! I can finally present to you:
My story from Tales from the Archives!
I am very excited to be able to share this. If you’re as big a fan of The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences: Phoenix Rising as I am (though I’m not sure how that’s possible), I think you’ll especially enjoy this tale. If you haven’t yet read the book (OMG WHY NOT?), when you do, this backstory will provide an extra dimension to the plot.
Thanks so much to Tee Morris and Philippa Ballantine for allowing me to play in their world! The chance to create this particular story was an honor and a pleasure. I hope I’ve done Miss Braun justice (although she hasn’t blown up my house yet, so that’s probably a good sign!) and that you all thoroughly enjoy “From Paris, With Regret”.
From the website:
The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences has many forgotten stories in its Archives. Stories of madcap adventures in all corners of the Empire, dark doings in hidden places, and mysterious devices and artifacts that the everyday citizen should never become aware of for fear it would quite undo their minds.
In this episode:
From Paris, With Regret — written and narrated by Starla Huchton
On assignment in the City of Light, Ministry agents Eliza D. Braun and Harrison Thorne chase down a murderer condemning descendants of a royal bloodline to a horrific death.
Featuring Pip Ballantine as Eliza D. Braun
and Tee Morris as Harrison Thorne and Gaston Migeon
Theme music for the Ministry composed and created by Alex White.
Order Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel,
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Be sure to read the next post on the facts behind this piece of fiction!
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