Remnant: Dark Angel Chapter 1aMore Like This
The annoying thing about blood is that it gets everywhere and takes forever to clean. The crowd didn't seem to mind however. In fact, they applauded its presence, roaring in awe of each cut and gash that opened. They laughed at the cries of the dying, and jeered at the one survivor out of all of them.
No one wanted him to be the last standing, yet there he was, as he had been for every show since his first appearance a year ago. No matter what odds were against him, he seemed to take the challenges in stride, not showing a hint of hesitation or fear of death. The large expanse of the Arena had been drenched in the blood of tho
Remnant: The Second WaveMore Like This
William gasped. His emerald eyes snapped open, revealing the dark interior of his room. The thin sheets and his fire red hair clung to his half naked body from cold sweat.
It was the dream again.
He glanced at the chronometer near his bed. The glowing blue display shone three a.m. from its silver dome. He got up anyway, the remnants of his nightmare still playing on his nerves. The shag carpet tickled his bare feet as he threw back the thick curtains that hid the sliding crystalline door to the balcony beyond. The large moon of Exodus flooded his room with eerie green light. William gazed at the cityscape below him, glistening
Chapter 08 - Reckoning of the Lifesworn pt. 1~Kyzo~More Like This
Kyzo woke in a daze. From the lighting and furniture, he judged that he could only be in the medical ward of the military district. That was peculiar, he didn’t remember getting wounded. He tried to rise and a massive pain shot through his head. Falling back down onto the bed, he began to remember the events of the battle. He closed his eyes and tried to push the memory away. The sound of a door opening and closing brought him back to reality, and he turned his head to see Jaerskov and Wiccer entering the room.
“You’re awake,” Wiccer said. “How do you feel?”
“Piercing headache, but otherwise
The Will of the People part 2 It is always a wonderful thing to see: two people testing their strength. The two clashed and spun magnificently. There was a reason why we called this dancing.More Like This
Such irony, that something this beautiful could cause so much devastation. There was little doubt in my mind that blood would be flowing by now if they were moving at full strength. Her Ladyship was a natural at Myr’ka, and her form is always a joy to observe. It was Skotos, however, that kept my attention. Whether Terra realized it or not, she gave us the opportunity we were seeking, to see who this being was.
I began making my conclusions rapidly as the fight c
The Will of the People part 1 I’m going to be honest. I don’t think of myself as a wordsmith. Wits and muscle are what is necessary to survive in the arena of war, not dialogue. However, it is the wisdom of my lady that brings me to pen this script. She seeks an accurate account of our quest for this scepter, and I shall do my part to provide it. I suppose an introduction is as good a place to start. I am Virgil Maroll Le’Varr. My family has served the Varr family for seven generations. In my case, I command the second legion, and have agreed to accompany Lady Terra in her search for the scepter of Ty’Eld.More Like This
Truthfully, I’m not s
Writing Lesson: Naming Your CharacterYour character's name is one of the most important decisions you have to make when writing a story. There are tons of resources for naming your characters (baby name websites being my personal favorite) but there are also many things you should take into consideration. Here are some do's and don'ts in no particular order.More Like This
Similar names for twins I read an article on names recently that expressly forbid the use of matching or similar twin names because it was "overdone". While yes, naming your twins Jayden and Kayden can be a bit tacky sounding, the truth is that people do it. A lot. I've personally met a pair of identical twins named Kirsten and Kristen. Do I think their parents are crazy? A little, but when you're choosing names for your twins, it's hard not to look for rhyming or alliteration. For writers, my only suggestion is to make them visually different enough that readers can tell them apart. Jace and Jackson are easy twin names to read, but