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Agnes Mage ~ Stories found at Wolfpup's
Date First Story Posted: November 1997
Author Profile ~ I fell in love with The Sentinel
the very first episode. I love ersatz family structures and analyzing human
relationships. My hobbies include reading, writing, playing computer games,
and a great love for animals and nature. I love dogs, but have just recently
found the pleasures of being owned by a cat named, Sadie, who ate my bird
suet on the coldest days of winter...now she is mine, safe and warm. I
am amazed at how many wonderful friends I have made, and all the great
writers out there who have found homes in the Senfic Realm and am honored
to be a part of it all. My favorite stories are the ones that allow the
polarity of Jim and Blair to surface, then blend in the harmonic symphony
of friendship...I love conflict and resolution. However, it is my intent,
in my philosophical meanderings, to teach lessons of the heart.
Agnes' CL Featured
- Stealing Memories -- Childhood
memories and crimes push an already burnt out Sandburg over the edge. Can
one pigheaded, militant Sentinel pull him out of the spin cycle and save
- For Wild Things -- Flu season and
snow storms plague Cascade forcing Blair to confront some insecurities
that still haunt him. Both Sentinel and Guide discover a link, not only
to the spiritual world, but the natural one as well. They learn to be truly
thankful for wild things.
- Homespun Logic -- All family structures
have their ups and downs, arguments and misunderstandings...even the Sentinel/Guide
relationship. The family structure can also help heal wounds and mend the
bonds between friends, even when it's someone else's family.
- Lost in the Clouds -- Blair is
having fun writing fan fiction on the Internet when he stumbles upon atrocities
that prove too much for his fragile soul. Only Jim can save him from the
monsters out there and the ones he finds within himself.
- The Seeker Unaware -- Co-authored
with StarPlaza. Blair has a hard time handling the title of Shaman, losing
himself in the name and the position. In search of himself and his newly
acquired responsibilities, he finds an old journal that leads him on a
parallel course of self-awareness and danger.
- Glassfish -- Blair is asked to
fulfill the posthumous request of a dear friend, but current events have
placed him in the public eye. Attracting unwanted and deadly attention,
he finds himself in danger in a world where Sentinels of another kind dwell.
Author added 3/15/99; last updated 6/18/03