• Prudence

    Prudence: Chapter 2c

    They say Constance’s office is the higher brain function here. Perhaps that’s because it overlooks much of the club, and has surveillance screens with cameras into every room, except the basement. The truth is that it’s just an office: stylishly furnished with ergonomic chairs, a sectional couch, a marble desk,…

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  • Prudence

    Prudence: Chapter 2b

    You can break down the people who come here into two groups: Transients and Staples. The Transients are the tourists, or the locals who come once or twice, and – either through design or circumstance or fulfilment – that will be it for them. When they chat to friends or…

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  • Prudence

    Prudence: Chapter 2a

    2. Every dream is inherent with opportunity, a choice to turn left or to turn right. More than that, every choice is inherent with its own requirements. Some are accepted unthinkingly. Others are considered. And others leave the chooser in a quandary. That’s the thing with dreams: you never know…

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