Chapter One of:........ Continued"Please tell me you have another piece for me." She said walking up to Ferris "Of course I do" Ferris handed her a piece of bread. "Today is Perfect" Ferris said shoving more bread into her mouth "Isn't it" Bi said taking a bite as well from her piece of bread. "But what about the money we have it's not going to last us long enough to do the project we wanted to do Summer is nearly over." James said looking at both of them. Ferris nodded taking the last bite of her Honey Bread. "We'll he raft is almost finished all we need is a sheet to carry us to that island over there. This should help us" Ferris said holding out out a handful of money. "Do you think that will be enough" Bi asked. "Should be if we go to the right place." Ferris replied with a smile "Sayti!!!! She has hundreds of sheets we could choose from it's cheap too!" James said "We'll let's get going" Bi said following Ferris and James to Sayti's home. As soon as they reached Sayti's they saw sheets draped across the windows.Chapter One of:........ Continued in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Chapter One Of: .........Here this world lives in peace free of Darkness. Free of what magic lives on the outer worlds. It was peaceful until someone who learned dark magic released it.Chapter One Of: ......... in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The breeze blowing softly making the trees sway slowly. The sky blue filled with a few clouds made the day perfect. The I ocean calm, Ferris watched it flow swiftly into the shore and out. With it being a vacant Island it was hers and her best friends. With her brig the only one there that day it was lonely standing against a tree. Pulling out a apple she began eating. With the last bite of apple in her mouth she began walking across a long bridge leading into town. Entering the square she was greeted by the towns people. Stopping at the bakery of which her older brother worked at she asked "Which is the cheapest here?" Her brother replied with a laugh "All of it is cheap when I'm at work. So which is it?" Ferris thought for a moment "Honey?" Her brother nodded and pulled a pan from the heating stove. He took a small loaf from
Ashes Chapter 4Chapter 4Ashes Chapter 4 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"M-mister Myles? What are you doing here?" Marvin said, a jitter to his voice.
"What a strange question to ask little boy. I live here as much as you do for I am your humble butler. Am I not allowed to walk about as I please?" he replied, his smile melting to a frown. Marvin fell to his knees and cried, "I'm sorry Mister Myles. You can do what you please. I didn't mean to hurt your feelings."
A gentle hand brushed over his head and ran through his hair. Marvin looked back up to the butler, tears in his eyes. Myles laughed and knelt down to his level, "There's no need to cry little master. I was merely joking," he pulled back his hand and continued, "But I do want to know one thing, why do you seem so scared and upset?" Marvin wiped the tears from his tired, red eyes and smiled a bit. No one had really asked him that besides a teacher but this could be different in a way. Maybe he really would understand him.
"Well I see things. Things that other people can't. Monsters an
Ashes PrologueIt all began one hundred years ago. A war waged between man and godly beasts. The humans were greatly outnumbered. There was no way they could win. Cthulhu, the greatest of the Old Ones, led the armada against mankind. Oceans crept back in fear as the gargantuan beast stomped across the darkest of the water's floor. Every creature feared Cthulhu across the world and the sands of time. Even I fled in fright by the beast's hideous and powerful sight.Ashes Prologue in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Me well I'm from a much different era. I come from the Renaissance. The age of the revival of art and literature, oh what a time that was. I "lived" a peaceful "life", that is until that wretched boy came to me one day. He promised me freedom if I helped him with a simple deed. This deed of which I had to do was read to him the cursed Necronomicon. It was more or less to teach him to read and speak the words of old. What a mistake I made.
I should have stayed back home where I was happy. I had befriended a kind, little boy there. He