Zombie Apocalypse - Part 1Zombie ApocalypseZombie Apocalypse - Part 120 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Written by Katrina Zwicker :iconkittykattrina: & Jack Derril :iconjderril:
KittyKatTrina wrote the following:
"It looks pretty clear..." Trina said, steeling herself up for another risky supply run.
"Remember Springfield? That looked pretty clear too and we just barely made it out..." Jack replied.
"Yeah but that was last year! The hordes have thinned out recently. We haven't seen one in days. Thankfully."
"And that was a fully contained shopping mall with internal hallways. That's why we got cornered like we did. This is just a strip mall with doors on the outside."
“Ok, fine..." Jack finally conceded.
"Yay! Let’s get some food!" Trina led the way across the deserted street and parking lot, leading with her compound bow with an arrow already knocked and her trusty daito bokken in its improvised sheath on her backpack.
Jack covered her from behind, but there was no real
Zombie Apocalypse - Part 2Zombie ApocalypseZombie Apocalypse - Part 220 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Written by Katrina Zwicker :iconKittyKatTrina: and Jack Derril :iconjderril:
jderril wrote the following:
Jack smiles carefully at Trina as she pulls forth a measure ribbon. "Where did you..." Jack starts.. "ah never mind.” Grabbing the ribbon Jack jumps on the couch. Realizing he is now only a few inches away he gently lands a hand on Trina's side. She doesn’t seem to mind. Trina feels as hard as rock, though surprisingly warm, even tender somehow. The gentle warmth of Katrina soothes Jacks nerves.
Moving his hand towards the front, he now follows the shape of what must be the most clearly defined abdominal muscle in the world. . They must be at least 2,5 inches in depth. His fingers disappearing almost in between them. "How... Erm.... How does it feel?" Jack carefully asks.
Trina noticing Jack’s emotional state seems calmer, giving her confidence to speak more freely about her new body. "Well... It’s incredible, I feel