Caledan, 17, a rookie engineer aboard a colony starship, crash-lands on a brutal and unforgiving world named Meridian, populated by fantastical creatures.
Awakening from the crash, miraculously alive, Caledan discovers that he now possesses mysterious and extraordinary powers that he will have to master.
Desperate to escape, he must find a way to survive the harsh environment, the apex-predators that litter the landscape, and uncover the mysteries that surround the impossible planet!
[NOTE: I tend to write these in massive blocks, and most likely will go through restructuring as the story expands. I try for a thousand words a day while my motivation holds. I'm expecting not to catch all grammatical errors. This is a first draft. Expect around 50,000 to 70,000 words. I welcome any and all feedback]
This story was based on actual events and i wanted to do a piece telling my version of what happened.
Four young people were chosen to be the next Guardians, to fight and protect, but an old enemy hasn't given up on wanting to have ultimate power. As the four Guardian discover how to handle their powers they are also facing tests inflicted on them, along with their daily lives like projects and exams...
This book comprises of a group of poems talking about the various topics surrounding modern society.
The poems here are not necessarily haikus, but they are my own version. Do enjoy, I tend to write on different subjects, just according to my feelings. But, I'm pretty sure you'll understand. Just so you know poetry isn't boring, it's just like music, but in this case you have to dive in deep to explore its meanings. Be in the moment, and try it. Taste the words in your mouth, let it nourish your tongue, and fill every fold of your mouth with its appetizing fibres.
Poetry is really not bland, it's you refusing to slow down to the life around you and take it ee-easy. Relax and simply enjoy the moment.
Instructions for reading: Remember, it's always better reading a poem aloud. If not, read slowly in your mind for the words to sink in, and to touch you.
An ill mother, a busy father, a rambunctious girl and a sweet little boy. Each have their own matters to deal with, they are a loving family dealing with family affairs.
A (somewhat amusing) tale of my second backpacking trip, written in poem form.
RELIGION – POWER – WEALTHThis is what the human race have reduced to since they emerged victorious in the Great War of Hominids, hundreds of years ago, that eventually made them the masters of Nature – The Master Race.King Gara inherits a crumbling empire. An ancient book is discovered that threatens the old faith. He must decide whether to change the ancient rules his ancestors set and embrace the new religion or to enforce the Old faith and watch his lands divide further. Either way, a rebellion is inevitable. Meanwhile the stories of the dwellers of the Old Neanderlands spread fear across the empire. Stories of extinct creatures and rumors of an old foe. A foe that had promised revenge hundreds of years ago. Have the old mistakes of the Master Race finally caught up to them?