The Emperor of Croysen hated Empress Yvonne. Enough that he'd wish for her to disappear three times a day.
He doesn't like the face of someone who looks just like the Duke of Delua, his enemy. But no matter how much he insulted her, her indifferent and aloof character stayed the same, which made him feel even more terrible.
He didn't care whether or not she disappeared or died. He was fine with anything as long as he didn't see her face.
Then, his wish came true.
When he no longer wished for it to happen.
All that needed to happen was a simple transport. There and back. All that Duncan needed to do was to accompany him. Well, everything was simple up until the plane crashed in the middle of a Wyoming forest with no food, no water, and a prisoner who may not be who he seems.
*A story of survival and finding camaraderie in their most desperate hour*
After his best friend dies Kai writes diary entries to his friend every day. This won't show all of them. Just the interesting bits. I feel the need to add this. This story is based on my personal experience with topics like this which is very limited so I apologise if it's not super accurate and seems a bit unorganised.
This is more of a side project so there is no set update schedule
Cover made by Esfandiar C. Hale (who you should check out!)
What if 25% of the population were forced to become a cult?
It was currently my second year of high school. All was going well. I had decent grades, but I didn’t play in any sports. I was kind of the quiet kid if you ask other people. But I'd always get into fights and shit. Then again, it always seemed like I hadn’t found the right people yet. I felt like I was alone, constantly. Until 25% of the population were lumped together like a bag of wet towels. Yeah, it’s that kind of story.*
When Cleo Lancaster finally gets out of school and starts the summer off with a job as a lifeguard, what will happen when her crush shows up at the pool she works at?
Accounts from a half-dragon naturalist-turned-chef as he explores a strange island inhabited by delectable draconic fauna.
Thought I'd also share here an art challenge that I'm participating in for the month of August 2022. I'm writing this as I go, so there might be a few changes here and there.
Right when Drako Yau, the chairman and game designer of a game company, is about to release the open beta of the game which he has been developing for years, things go awry. Another company suddenly launches a game which can be played using the brainwave technology, Real World. The map, background, game mechanics, and many more; everything is almost identical to the game he has designed.
Out of curiosity and bitterness, he enters the game, only to find that he cannot log out of it. He has to struggle in what seems to be a game, with his life on the line.
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I’m the first person who has set foot on an unclaimed island, called Bir Tawil Island, my ground zero in terms of adventure.
A lone glass bottle washes up on the shore and the messages inside reveal many secrets... Who wrote this? Are they telling the truth about the impending fate of the world?
And, most importantly, can Owen stop the disaster before it's too late?
(idk if you're meant to put trigger warning on stories? but there's death probably )
6 children at the age of 12 years old have been chosen for a quest. A quest that could save the world. Tensions are tight between the children, and some of them can’t even fight. But there’s another problem: one of the countries has sent their soldiers to find and capture the children for an unknown reason. And they have to save the world by the winter solstice before it’s too late. Will the 6 be able to work together? Or will they risk capture? Can they save the world before the winter solstice?
Paris, year 2278. In the megalopolis that arose after the religion wars, the young cadet Daith follows a trail of blood and kidnappings until he captures Deena, an illegal fleeing Humanity to avoid deportation, the real goal of that hunt. Heirs of inexplicable abilities, they will find themselves involved in the struggle between the perfect system and the One who tried to destroy everything.
After being separated for more than a decade long, Barnaby has finally reunited with the mysterious 'Scroll' that once belonged to his family. But keeping it doesn't seem to be as straightforward as he would've imagined.
Because technically speaking, it wasn't simply 'handed' to him.
So sit back, relax, and follow Barb's journey as he traverses the world to uncover its use, with companions and fellows he'll meet in not-so-likely places along the way.
*cover-art borrowed from concept artist: Lorenzo Mastroianni (Gwent: The Witcher™ card game)