Just where lies the boundary between fantasy and reality? When a bored teenager's attempt to hack into a virtual reality called BRYZ backfires, he must embark on nothing short of a modern-day adventure to undo the damage he has caused.
On his travels, he is fated to meet other players, both friends and enemies, experience many different and conflicting views of life, maybe even finding his own place in the world along the way. However, how much of it all is really just an game? Can anything in a virtual world truly be considered "real"? In fact, just what defines our "reality"?
Experience the journey of an eccentric teen, the world's most unlikely hero, as he and his friends work to save maybe not only the virtual world, but the real one as well.
(Cover art by Nor5tar, https://www.instagram.com/nor5tar/)
After his best friend dies Kai writes diary entries to his friend every day. This won't show all of them. Just the interesting
This is more of a side project so there is no set update schedule
Libby and her friends, Veronica and Mitchell have moved to a new town called, Ender Falls located in a forest with nearby waterfalls and two moons in the sky. Ender Falls is hours from any other civilization and it's nothing short of eerie the location, Ender Falls was built around and the townsfolk seem concerning.
There are secrets, stories the inhabitants are hiding and they're dark ones.
What’s the issue this time?
Why is that even a question? The issues should be pretty clear.
Whoever said that Ryo wasn’t going to face any punishment for having another ability outburst again… was lying. Aside from the emotional punishment — loneliness, stress, guilt, grief — having jail time in Cerbilis, the prison created for superhumans, is only worse. And he doesn’t even get better or figure out how to manage his damn power in the duration of time he spends over there — which, by the way, is constantly changing. He’s landed with a year in prison, and then it gets cut down to six months with a parole sentence.
However, he figures that he deserves more than that.
My fault, my mess. I’m the monster here, so am I not getting punished more for it?
On the flipside, he was promised to “reform” during his prison sentence and “get better” as time went on.
Yeah. That’s not happening at all.
Once he gets out for his parole sentence, though… things quickly take a sharp, abrupt turn, and he’s led to somewhere unexpected.
Kazu Sachihiro —- an innocent and almost failure-less (almost)person, thank you very much — is stuck, still wondering about his father, Naozumi Sachihiro. Every day feels like a search for him, and nothing comes out of it. The pressure just gets worse, but he doesn’t want to express it. He’s never failed so many times before — and he’s not supposed to.
But I am failing. So many failed attempts. That makesme a failure.
The Paranormal Fighting Alliance — or PFA — has been hidden long enough, even when superhumans were exposed, but there’s no hiding now. Everyone’s got eyes on them, waiting to see if they’re a good organization or not. And so far… there’s, well, mostly disapproval.
The spotlight’s only more pressuring as the Alliance has to deal with a new blossoming issue.
That issue, you ask?
Having their members going missing.A/N:Second book in the APS series. You should… well, you should probably read the first, but that was probably pretty obvious. Anywho, this might be a shorter book than B1 but I’m hoping it packs a punch.
Contains violence, language, and (a bit) of gore.
This is the way it has been for my people, for as long as anyone could remember. Each new life brought with it the threat that the creature posed. Each new life could be snatched away from us too early, too harshly, and far too cruelly,
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.
Book 1 - Iebor
Newly stranded in a fantasy world where magic takes the form of written characters, Kage is caught up in a plot to stop the young, cruel, heir to the throne before he takes full control of the country.
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, (and the first draft of this story,) so enjoy and let me know what you think!
Enter Faith Salter--a young woman who just wants to keep her troubled boyfriend safe inside the utopia she's tried to create for him as best she can, even as the façade is starting to crack. Upon receiving some unforseen medical bills as well as their rent being unexpectedly raised, her desperation has brought her face to face with an ethically questionable 'friend' from her past, who's more than willing to strike a deal with her. Will it fix the situation, or worsen it in the long run?
Power, Corruption & Lies: "Post hoc, ergo propter hoc". The priori; with the bad moon rising at the horizon, beyond the heavy and mysterious sea of Mist, no blood is thicker than the ink belonging to a collection of stories, tails, vignettes, thoughts, reckonings, short poems of a world who revolves around the tip of the spear, gray alike the clouds that lightened and obscured of their own history.
Laughing Stock: "If faith is what driven us together in search of ourselves, then we must try to do it on a leap". The posteriori; from the idyll to the youth to the decay of substance, life goes on and on in this real life fantasy, alike the path taken by the Crescent and her ancestors, who once shared of same blood ingrained on that red coat. While her youth dreams are kept alive, only the fear, the failure and the spea can block the way to achieve a purpose in a life under the rain.
Power, Corruption & Lies (First Half):
Laughing Stock (Second Half):
Thanks: Myushu for Practice Medicine and Prince of Thieves, Meriko for Duty and Honor, Ayrith for Sum Of Memories, Guardian1 for Thirteen Ways To Say Goodbye, and JotaTe for The Last Cherry Blossom, among many other authors and their stories who had influenced me over the time.
As young Wayde wakes up the middle of the woods, having no recollection of the past days, he had to find out that anything that he touches dies. As he accidentally loses the people that were most close to him because of this, he distances himself from society and tries to find the root of this curse.
This story comes into my mind when I am sleeping. I have a habit of making my own dreams and stories when sleeping, maybe its weird for you but this story indeed comes into life like this;)
I don't own any of the images used in this story, they belong to their original owners!
A devil king raped an innocent princess, to remove an evil curse from him. This results in innocent women getting pregnant and a unique baby born with a dual personality, half evil, half good.
Can this baby maintain his innocence and face his fears, and hardships, and become the strongest existence in the world or did he become a demon and destroy everything, or a unique existence born.
Let's find this out together!!
Thank you for your support <3
Just something that i started as a way to get closer to my dream of being a Writer
constructive criticism is welcome!
The first thing that stood out in the room was a guy, about my age, standing there in the middle of the room.
"Audrey Knight?" he asked.
"Yeah, who are you? This is my dorm."
"I'm Mason, we're roommates," he said with a wide grin.
I just stood there in shock. "There's got to be a mistake, girls are always with girls in dorms."
"Well there are no more open rooms so you're stuck with me darling."