Winter's Blood: Chapter 7Winter's Blood: Chapter 72 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
When my howl was spent and I looked back down at Abigail, she was smiling at me with a positively radiant expression. For a long time we were silent. I still couldn’t think of a single thing to say to express myself further. Meanwhile, Abby simply stood there gazing at me, as if there was no reason for her to speak at all. I noticed then that her arms were folded across her chest and she was trembling, sending a flash of concern through me
“Are you cold?” I asked, getting a feel for how my new mouth worked.
Abby burst out laughing and began hurriedly stripping out of her clothes. When she finished, she almost immediately shifted into her wolf form.
“I am anything but cold right now,” she told me with a feral grin.
I only half heard her.
Malibu beach party (TheRunawayGuys style!!) Part 3That caught Emile’s attention. He slowly got up and took off his sunglasses while thinking to himself. Who is this kid!? How does he know what happened to us during our time at that the awards ceremony?! How does he know my name without me asking?! I guess I’m popular, but not that popular. Who is he?! The kid just looked at Emile with some blank eyes, while watching him for any signs of life. The kid was still smiling for another minute until he started to burst out laughing.Malibu beach party (TheRunawayGuys style!!) Part 33 hours ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Haha,” he cried, “I can’t believe you fell for it!! I was kidding about the whole dimension thing!! You should’ve seen the look on your face!! Classic!!” The kid stopped laughing when he saw Emile’s angry face….which no one really saw before. With a slight clearing of the throat, the kid regained composure and began speaking calmly again.
“My name’s Nikhil. Sorry about that, but I couldn’t resist. Big fan of your channel by the
Mid-Afternoon: Trinity Heavy dark clouds choked the sky making it dark as night. The air was made thick and suffocating with the blanket of fog that enveloped the small rural town. It wasn't just the fog that permeated the town. It was a sense of uneasiness. An apprehension of what was to come. Even a little dread. The town stood quiet and ready, waiting. The still silence was broken only by the crunch of gravel beneath a pair of heavy black boots. A lone traveler walked along the unpaved road into the cursed town. He hadn't wandered to this place by accident; he came with a purpose. He came to cleanse this town of the evil that plagued it. The townsfolk had no idea that this man would truly be their savior.Mid-Afternoon: Trinity3 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
He was coming.
As he arrived in the town, he took note of a church by the side of the road. There was his first clue. The roof and steeple had been thoroughly scrubbed, yet still bore the unmistakable stain of blood. The