Early March, 1636

Marla Linder stopped. "What's that?" Her head tilted to one side.

"What?" her husband Franz Sylwester said. He moved a couple of steps past her in the snow, then stopped and looked back. "What?"

Marla turned slowly, head still tilted, almost as if she was hunting something. After a few moments, she stopped. "That," she said, pointing toward a nearby door.

Franz gave her an ‘are you jesting . . .



Thanks for opening a story or article on the Gazette!  Sadly, that's all you get as a preview of this one.  

We're really sorry, but with few exceptions the stories and articles in the Grantville Gazette on this site are only available to paid subscribers.

Our columns and editorials are free, along with a few other items, but almost all stories and all downloads are paid only.

If you want to read the entire gazette, you need to either subscribe here, or purchase a download of any single issue at the Baen Books e-book store  or at

The Grantville Gazette Staff