In the Same Sky - England x Reader - Chapter 7Chapter 7 - Offers and EmperorsIn the Same Sky - England x Reader - Chapter 717 hours ago in Romance More Like This
You woke up with the dawn chorus, asking you with all their sounds to lift your heavy body from the place you were resting. An intense pain rushed through all your muscles, especially your back, as you tried not to regret your decision of leaving Arthur sleep in your bedroom. You didn’t change clothes, so you walked to the bathroom, to wash your hands and face.
However, it looked like already someone had used the services; soap and towel were on different places than where you always left them. Your only suspect was in the kitchen, if the muffling didn’t told otherwise; you soon found out why your butler wasn’t there. It was five in the morning.
It seemed like Arthur was planning to leave you before you could do something about it, but the uncomfortable place where you had decided to pass the night wasn’t going to accomplish his wish. With the most offended appearance your groaning body could muster, you approached your fri
FOG 4: OUAD, Chapter VIIICHAPTER EIGHTFOG 4: OUAD, Chapter VIII1 month ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Summer, 936 TA
"So it is true."
The horse snorted underneath her, and Anárië gently rubbed its neck while keeping her eyes ahead.
Below them, as far as the eye could see down into the valley and towards the beach line, there extended a massive harbour. Its sheer size was intimidating, let alone the number of ships that were docked, as well as those that were not there – the emptiness proved that the King of Gondor was afield.
Or, in this case, at sea.
Ravon, who was sitting as still as a statue on his own horse beside her, stirred: "I would never lie: we have been monitoring the progress here at Pelargir for centuries now. It is finally complete. Eärnil launched his fleet not too long ago."
"Where did he go?" she asked, her eyes scanning the horizon to see whether she could spy any vessel coming back to its home port.
"As far as rumours go, he is to wage war against the Corsairs of Umbar," the scout replied, "and I am inclined
RD: Psych Arms - Ch. 1It was Ladies’ Night outside the Canelli House, although it was still sunset. Only Veruka chose to rather use her time productively, and Elizabeth would likely blow cigarette smoke straight in their faces if she ever joined them. Their number was four, being Saria, Edna, Cotton, and her daughter, Morrigan, as Cotton felt she was finally old enough for this social gathering, despite being a child. Saria, however, was very relieved to hang out with just the girls, therefore taking a break from parenting since her son, Benjamin, was joining his father, Ross, for Guys’ Night, which was taking place inside the house. The guys’ number was greater, but they were still one guy short to fill out the new 8 player Roster for the Wii U they all finally got to try out, much to the generosity of their Trainer’s spending. Although Matthew could’ve filled the roster, he did not care for such activities, not since the last time Scratch and Sibelius tried to teach him. BesiRD: Psych Arms - Ch. 11 month ago in Romance More Like This
Chronicles of Random Doom: Chapter 1Chapter 1Chronicles of Random Doom: Chapter 13 weeks ago in General Fiction More Like This
5 years later...
The sun was once again shining on the ranch, giving light to the extensive fields that were the property of Elisa Canelli. They had been rebuilt from the ashes, giving new life and meaning to her life. She had tried her best to replicate the original buildings as best as she could, and as an added bonus she had bought a Ho-oh vane to be placed on top of the stable roof, as well as painted the house's roof red and had installed a night lamp that lit up at night, attracting a lot of wild night pokemon. Of course however, with this new setting, had come new additions to the ranch.
Just outside of the forest, sitting around a campfire one could notice a large group of pokemon that lived in the ranch. Most of them were new additions, except for Veruka, who had evolved into an infernape, just like her mother, and was proudly wearing the collar her mother had gifted her. She had grown up with her mother's last words in her mind, and as such
Napoleon - 'The Loveable Saint At Christmas Time'Napoleon - 'The Loveable Saint At Christmas Time'3 weeks ago in Short Stories More Like This
Napoleon The Loveable Saint Bernard At Christmas Time
Prologue - "Napoleon The Puppy Years"
Today was the day the Bradley Family was going to adopt a new puppy from the kennel that was on a farm. They only had dogs there, no other animals in sight as it was for the dogs. The land had an old white farmhouse which was just wonderful, a nice place to come to adopt a Saint Bernard puppy as the family were looking to take home a puppy of wonderful character.
The Bradley Family consisted of their mom Rebecca and her two children Bodi and Jessica (aged 10 and 8). Rebecca was around the age of thirty-seven. After the car ride, they finally arrived at their destination. During the journey in the car Bodi and his sister talked about the dog they would be enamored with for the next decade.
After the family had arrived, they were greeted by the puppy breeder. "I'm Sylvia, you must be the Bradley family." The woman spoke, greeting the family of four as they got to the porch s
Stars and Stripes, An Introduction.Stars & Stripes #1: It All Begins HereStars and Stripes, An Introduction.6 days ago in Historical More Like This
First POD: June 9, 1805-President Jefferson wakes up on this warm summer morning and decides to call an informal meeting with some associates. Among the topics discussed are the eventual abolition of the U.S. slave trade, and possible restriction of trade against Great Britain.
Aug 4, 1805: A little trouble begins to brew in Spanish Florida on this day; A peaceful demonstration against recently tightened military controls by Sebastian Kindelan y Obregon, after the sudden death of Enrique White in early July.
March 8, 1806: C.C. Pinckney dies of a heart attack partly brought on by lingering emphysema that had been caused by a terrible cold he had caught back in late January.
April 22, 1806: The Non-Importation Act is signed into law pretty much as OTL, but just a few days later.
July 22, 1806: Meanwhile, in Great Britain, debate rages over the slave trade, particularly within the halls of Westminster Palace,