An orphan girl. Forced to live and work with people who see her as less than human. Forced to sell her human dignity to get by. A pair of storm-filled eyes in a sea of overcast pupils. A bowed head in an ocean of fearful worshippers. The ones who were in practice the gods of this world didn't see her. They drowned themselves in excesses as all flawed gods do. They stepped over the heads of mortals, humans and demigods alike, to get what they wanted. Our protagonist is losing hope. Then she meets a woman with blood smeared all over her mouth and running down her chin.
Araki Koji is the new seventeen-year-old student in Kasen High School. Recently transferred from his previous school, he wishes to escape from the wealthy falsehood. However, his plans take an unexpected twist after meeting with Kozue Suzuka, another seventeen-year-old student whose body swaps with his after they touch. Now, they must find a solution while not making people think they are crazy, but they can't do it alone. Friendship will grow and so will love, but how will they stay together if they can't touch?
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16 Y.O. Elise Bakuuva only ever desired a life of peace and friendship; but thanks to the activities of both The Hive -- beings of dark magical power from another realm -- and of the Vampire Lord Arkaza, she now faces the opposite. With her powers awakened, she now seeks to stop a repeat of the Vulfax Valley incident that ruined the lives of so many, claiming many of the faces Elise once knew. A world of uncertainty awaits her as she pulls forward to master her new abilities, all while protecting the innocent and standing up for what she believes in.
Of course Arkaza and The Hive are not the only forces out there, and the conflict is not simply black and white. Her adventures will take her to many a scenario, from a civil war of two cultures, to a world on the brink of destruction from the powers of the universe, to hidden enemies working in the shadows to rule it all, to even the conflict of the beings who stand 'above' mortality. Through it all, all she can do is to keep moving forward and face whatever is to come, for that is what she believes in~
A young teenager in a partially but only partially fictional world in an unidentified place records her mental, emotional, and spiritual journey while finding her place in the world. The setting is intentionally vague and it is whatever place or places you feel it is. She uses poetry to quiet the raging longings which she must not say but cannot silence, though this doesn't always work.
Zefra is a shrine keeper in the capital city of Ehram. Far away from home, she devotes her time to the shrines of the gods. But there is trouble brewing. The Kingdom of Ehlil has turned its back on the gods, and the Glassmakers have grown their influence. Their wonders provide a distraction from bigger problems, and the gods grow displeased by their influence.
Aspects of Sand is a fantasy novel written for Camp NaNo in April 2021. This is the first version of it, pre-revision. I started writing two days early, on March 30, to give myself some room so that what you're reading isn't a rough first draft so much as a story revisited after a couple days of consideration, but there will still be a lot of rough edges.
This year's theme is zombies, though it's technically optional. You'll find that Aspects of Sand is a traditional fantasy story with zombies, but it's not focused on the overt horror elements of zombie fiction so much as using them as a story tool. I'm also not much for gore, so expect the zombie scenes to be "mild" compared to what you might see elsewhere.
I'm working from an outline that has a more or less cover-to-cover complete plot, so I expect to complete Aspects of Sand within the month (or at least be over the 50,000 word threshold to be called a novel), but remember that what you're seeing isn't a finished novel. Although this is the first novel I'm making publicly available, it is actually my third novel.
If you have questions or feedback, leave them in comments! I'm writing this very quickly and many things have probably escaped my notice. I'll also be updating my blog (available through my profile) every Friday with an overview of my progress and a reflection on my work.
Harmony Ametsenya is too young to face the cruelties of the city. At ten years old, she shouldn’t be hungry, she shouldn’t be cold, she shouldn’t be worried about where her next meal is coming from. But it doesn’t change the fact that she is.
Fourteen-year-old Msitu Ametsenya shouldn’t be either. But it doesn’t change the fact that she will keep Harmony safe at all costs. At all costs. No matter what.
Their lives are full of fear and pain work. Because in this city, nobody cares about two impoverished orphan children trying to stay alive. Nobody cares about the impoverished at all. The city is grey, made of metal and glass and concrete. The water is grey, full of pollution. The sky is grey, full of smog.
As Christmas comes around the corner, the first Christmas since their parents died, how will Msitu make it a time of joy and hope? Because after all, in a world run by greed and apathy, hope is everything.
This work is in the public domain and anyone can do anything they want with it.
Mythsians are a race of ghost-like historians who spectate every world in the universe, documenting their important events.
When Kage, a half-Mythsian girl is banished from their society and sent to live as a human on a random planet, she will have to learn how to survive and create her own place in the world.
Keep in mind that I'm a college student with a part-time job and general life responsibilities, so this is not going to be updated much.
Also, this is my first real writing attempt, so enjoy and let me know what you think!
𝘛𝘰 𝘴𝘢𝘷𝘦 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘵𝘰 𝘥𝘦𝘴𝘵𝘳𝘰𝘺.
Raia Allen, a stoic girl with mysterious healing power, is an Elysian who can destroy demonic beings known as Outcasts that corrupt their world. After her apprenticeship, she joins the Nirvana Order — an organization against the Great Wizard and his evil weapons — and becomes an Aragon, an official disciple.
Armed with weapons blessed with power, Raia and her team set out to fight against disguised demons and save souls. Soon, they find themselves fighting something much greater as they strive to be saviors in a seemingly corrupted world.
𝘔𝘢𝘺 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘓𝘪𝘨𝘩𝘵 𝘣𝘦 𝘸𝘪𝘵𝘩 𝘺𝘰𝘶.
This is a place brimming with all kinds of joy and hardship. This is a world, a shelter for the living. This is a paradise. For both of us - for you, and for us.
I wonder. How would you react if you were here?
The excruciating heat, the irritability that was surfacing. It was during summer that everything happened. On yet another day filled with eccentricity is a story about a high school teenager and her twin brother who rarely goes home.
We are all created for a reason. Zuri failed because she fought for the wrong reasons, will she be able to remember why she was created, and stick to her destiny. To defend the innocent, Zuri must fight for the reason for which is created.
On her home planet Seraphina, a sentient planet can only protect herself through her warrior creations, Marians. However they aren't the only beings living on her. War has raged on her surface for too long because her Marians have lost their way. Will they defend their mother planet or will Seraphina become a rock moon.
Elise Bakuuva wants nothing more than to live an average life, to find acceptance in life and a goal for said life; though for her, a normal life seems nigh impossible. Living among the Dragon Descendants of Vulfax, she finds herself everywhere from belittled to abused by peers and family alike. The majority reject her docile book loving ways which go against their ruthless warrior ways.
Facing daily misery and depression, even physical assault, the path to find herself becomes increasingly difficult and lost to an endless fog. Things grow even more hopeless when new eyes set upon her. The Hive, warriors of Dark Power and Magic, striving to capture the Earth and bring it under their control. The Tribe, an unknown enemy to the supernatural, seeking to find Vulfax.
With enemies of the clan moving every day threatening the few things she clings to, a choice will have to be made. To become a warrior for the sake of what she needs to protect, to let things continue as they may, or to walk away from everything in the hope of a better tomorrow. One thing becomes certain to her though; her past is not the past she believes it is as more and more answers lay themselves bare as the enemies of Vulfax tighten their grips. Diving down further, she will struggle to find what she wants and believes, or she will dig her own grave in the process. The race is on!
Remnya is an orphan girl with horns and a dangerous power sleeping within her. Oblivious of it, she spends her days taking care of her friends in the orphanage and trying to be happy.
When a mysterious lady adopts her, Remnya discovers how valuable her kind truly is. But now she's surrounded by people she can't trust, and monsters who will do anything to get a hold of her powers, even if that means spilling innocent blood on her. Not only her dear friends, thousands of people are in danger.
Remnya won't submit. She will protect them at all costs, even if that means abandoning her innocence and awakening the monster living inside her to destroy the world that shattered her childhood.