It's not really taken from the book of Revelation... It was 'inspired' by it... This is the apocalypse, or, sort-of... It's just the end...
A woman seeks vengeance on her family, yet there may be someone out there looking for revenge on her...
A powerful fallen angel laments on his disgraces and his descent.
I think it all began then, several years ago, when this moment - this brief moment - changed my whole life. Few can say that they have looked God in the eyes...
Follows after the fashion of Empyreal Light and Fanged Kiss. It's shorter though.
I'm thinking of using Blaise as a new RPG character (replacing Senna, I need a change;) Blaise has a secret and he told his family, but they're not the only ones who know...
Three people are thrown abruptly into a world tangled in a web of a war (inter-planar?) between Darkness and Light. A revelation comes to the most unlikely of prophets as the balance that should have been upheld for countless billions of millennia is being upset most dangerously and severely. We follow the characters through one plane into another, then into another and back again, leaping back and forth through the very walls of the insubstantial existance we call reality.
Redone completely. This chapter now details some of the bad guys work, along with some romance. Romance, yay.
Here also for your viewing pleasure is Chapter Eight of my first novel. This was written in conjunction with chapter seven as a series of events that I hadn't planned on before. I was able here to really put into writing a few things I had only hinted at in the original draft. Read and Enjoy!
The continuation of chapter one. Here Duncan starts to learn what he has become, and finds a few new powers at his disposal. This, as the previous, is a work in progress.
This story is fiction, not scripture, nor do I intend to add to or take away from scripture. Revelation 22:18-19 "For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book." But I did quote scripture in it. I wanted to avoid all profanity, but I knew that lost devil-worshipers would not talk in a civilized fashion, especially during the great tribulation, so I put the first letter of the foul words followed by a blank line. I originally just used a blank line, but that made the dialog a little difficult to follow. For more information read the Book of Revelation. I tried to give the story a supprise ending.
Emma attemtps to uncover some truth behind Mars Pravus, with shocking results.
To keep her safe from Vladimir, Nikolai takes Danse to a safe place where she reveals her true side. In doing so, she reveals her true strength - beating the living snot out of him, as he deserves. I am not writing a romance here, people, but I'm certainly not getting rid of any sexual tension. 'Parrently people like that.
Three people are thrown abruptly into a world tangled in a web of a war between Darkness and Light. A revelation comes to the most unlikely of prophets as the balance that should have been upheld for countless billions of millennia is being upset most dangerously and severely. We follow the characters through one plane into another, then into another and back again, leaping back and forth through the very walls of the insubstantial existance we call reality.