This is what happens when you read too much J Gregory Keyes (The Blackgod) and happen to be creating the whole elven language by yourself. I'm already working on the second part, so don't hassle me.
The inspiration for this story came from the cover art of my dad's Black Sabbath album. It is a rather strange story, and I suggest if you are a chicken lover you read no further.
Just a short little description I wrote of my alter ego in fantasy life, Katiana Steelhart Bourne Nashon. I like this story alot!
A young boy named Hauk must venture to the new government of the capital city, Trine, and bring it down. Evanescence has wronged many people, and Hauk and friends must release the gods and the floating queen from their sleep.
A tale of werewolves, vampires, and something the world has never seen before... The continuing adventures of Devon and Red's endless sarcasm. I really like using sound and thoughts in this story. Could it possibly serve a unique literary purpose? Probably not. Oh yes, most blood and gore happens behind closed doors or off page, but that doesn't mean you don't see it. You have been WARNED!!! Enjoy.
chapter three in my Gatekeeper chronicals. I managed to finish it! Its pretty short, Raven stays passed out the whole chapter but we Meet Eric, prince of the Darke, hear of Greyowl and finally get to see our very own gate. Also more references to the 'evergate' (remember the prolog? hmm..wonder whats with that anyway...) Hehe, enjoy.
Never was quite too happy with the way the first stanza came out. I'm working on changing it. Any suggestions?
A short poem followed by a little something I wrote quite a while ago after having read Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible,' which is a great book, and you all should read it. Or, in the event that you have read it, REread it! Anyhoo, this was rewritted and added on to, though I don't know if it was any good in the first place. It expresses some of my problems with the church (yes, I am a Christian, but I don't mindlessly gobble up what the church tells me), so even if the story is dull, it's sort of philosophical. But don't worry, I'm not getting all 'Gilapagos' on you. Just a little 'story' about a Vampire/Witch/Gifted Youngster (no inference to X-Men) walking down the road in a provincial town (maybe Salem, I dunno) on her way to church.
The Raven has lost his free will, and the demon has gained control. After a string of grisly crimes, The Raven has a plan to turn the tables on the demon...and show him what possession really means.
The Raven has long struggled against the demon infesting his soul. Now the demon is sending him nightmares and hallucinations. It seems only two choices remain: futile resistance, or death. This story is meant to provide some background and development to the character the Raven.
Close your eyes; maybe he won’t find you.. A young girl awakens and discovers that her bedroom wall,( covered in the Blood of Innocence) is in fact the edge between her world and the world beyond, one of many in the Multi Universe, she is propelled into discoveries beyond her wildest dreams. She is subjected to a series of random catastrophic events…memories. The universe’s memories. Flung into the past, she is forced to jump the Time Slips of the many worlds within the universe, within the very fabric of time , in order to reverse time to save a little girl from the destructive corruptive forces of her evil mother, a dark witch) offers her daughters soul to the Black Raven. Her daughter is taken, lifted into the sky by the Dark Angels and the Crows of Tomorrow, she realises too late what she has done, and falls into a deep despair. The house in the woods, holds the key to her survival, and ultimately to her rescue. Darwin’s Pull. Metaphysical/philosophy/horror/ time slip in, of all places, her room. Crossing the threshold to one of the many planets in the 'multi- universe', she discovers that she has to save a little girl from being condemned to hell.m But there is a seven foot tall Dark Angel with eyes that burn like hot coals, hot on her tail... A cottage provides the answer to this childs survival, and ultimately, to the secrets of the universe.
This is a little poem about what inspires me as a writer. Of course my muse is a demon that knocks on my window at night. I tried echoing the tapping of Poe's raven in the story as well as some of the tropes of a couple other writers, and generally tried to interpret writing as a supernatural/spiritual experience. Anyway, let me know what you think.
Romaine is one of the first two vampires of this planet. She is still learning about being a vampiress, as is her brother, Tanner. She gains a fledgling in this chapter, to be named in the next chapter, that will change her life dramaticly.
An angel who fell long ago and is now pretty much your average girl who oh yeah can fly at times..yeah I don't know where I'm going with this either...
This is the edited version of Time of Tobias Methrale...Well I would like you to read it and leave a comment...or dont read it at all... And i want comments plz leave them...constructive critizism is welcomed...
An unordinary town, an unordinary girl, an unordinary life. Sixteen-year-old Raven has always had a knack for picking out the quirks and oddities in herself and everything around her. For as long as she can remember, she's been dreaming of something beyond the world she can see. Beyond all rational thought, she knows something is there, just out of reach, and she strives to find it.