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?
Kelly never had a easy life, her father died a couple of years ago and as been in and out of orphanages. She is either thrown out for fishing or her secrets get exposeds, one day she gets told that both of her parents are alive, she is suspicious about all of this but goes to find them after making a big fuss.
What she finds out is completely different than what she thought she would find, she find out more about herself in only a few hours and realizes her whole ife has been a lie.
Gnihzur is a crow fledgling who has decided to transcend into a godly entity during the magnificent and auspicious era of crows where quantum consciousness advancement is ubiquitously rooted. Though his resolve is resolute in its cute firmness, many feathery and none feathery obstacles will present themselves in his path and try to pluck his mortality away from him before he can triumph.
Will he be able to learn how to slyly adapt to his newfound environment as well as cope with difficult situations and peers? Will he succeed in becoming an overpowered character who can easily claim the title of Prokeral God Crow?
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Genre:(Action-Adventure, Mythical & Urban Fantasy, Spirit-Cultivation, Light-Romance, Overpowered Characters, Titans, Zombies, Evil Organisation, Mutated Beasts, Psychological Warfare, Military Might, Magical Powers, Levelling, World Exploration)
Somewhere far away in the outer reaches of space there is a seemingly peaceful galaxy... If you ignore the power hungry Lords fighting each other for galactic domination, that is.
Amidst the chaos we follow the adventures of Zee. He's a friendly traveling alien with a kind heart and a friendly soul. He's a simple folk who just wants to go on adventures and help those in need along the way, whether they're enemy or foe.But out of nowhere a new player has come into play and while most Lords just wants to rule as many planets as they could this new Lord wants to destroy them.
Zee is not one to sit idly by and let the Galaxy where all his friends live gets destroyed, but he is also the type of person who would refrain from resorting to violence if he could. Zee's moral codes may be a bit too idealistic and too goody-two-shoed but Zee has his reasons that binds him on such a difficult path. This Lord Kiljaden fellow reminds Zee of Dark Lord Zader, someone he used to know who went down a dangerous path to his own undoing. If Zee can help it, he doesn't want anyone to go through what Zader went through no matter who they are.
Can Zee save both the galaxy and his new enemy? Or will he meet a tragic end like some foolish hero? There is only one way to find out.
The slaves know that the Depuran are greedy and vain. And Depur is the vainest, most greedy of them all. But as always, Ekkreth has some tricks up their sleeves.---This story takes place in the Tatooine Slave Religion that Fialleril created. You can find Fialleril on Archive Of Our Own and Tumblr.
The Absolute Guide to NOT Talking to Girls!
This is NON-CANON to the actual story! You don't have to read this. This is mostly not important stuff that you don't have to read. These chapters are made purely for my fun, and for yours too. It's just funny, dumb stuff in these chapters- maybe even more than the regular books. Hmm.
This is definitely not your basic love story. It doesn't even have an ending sometimes, and when it does, it doesn't end with a 'happily ever after'. Sorry. Another thing is how this is a book about kids and teenagers and their childish romances, so if this story gets cringey and hard to read, it's not my fault. Well, it is, but not all of it is my fault. Kids are stupid.
NOTE: This book won't always have good grammar. Don't worry, that's on purpose. It's used for comedic effect, so if it isn't funny to you... deal with it.
The Absolute Guide to NOT Talking to Girls!
This first book is the start to a boy’s new love life and the start to him learning the ways he's not supposed to talk to girls.
This is definitely not your basic love story. It doesn't even have an ending sometimes, and when it does, it doesn't end with a 'happily ever after'. Sorry. Another thing is how this is a book about kids and their childish romances, so if this story gets hard to read, it's not my fault. Kids are stupid.
NOTE: This book won't always have good grammar. Don’t worry, that’s on purpose. It's used for comedic effect, so if it isn't funny to you... deal with it.
She knew she hated his guts from the moment she first laid eyes him. Something about his smile, his presence, the way he carried himself made rage boil within her. She couldn’t stand to see his face, equipped with a toothy grin and all, eyes lively as he talked excitedly about his day with his friends. She saw him and saw red.
He had no idea who she was. They had never spoken, and their paths wouldn’t come to cross for a while longer. So why did she hate him so much?
He was so unbearably happy all the time. And she saw through it.
Rahbeem Roth just got a job as the guidance counselor at America’s first official “Magic School.” Now he’s helping all kinds of magical teenagers with some real-world problems, including a Black Power Demon Hunter, and a handsome child star trying to resurrect his girlfriend from the dead…
"We all die eventually, that's when we have to see what lays beyond that door at the end of our life; and how our actions in the living may affect our afterlife."
After an early death, a young man finds himself in purgatory. Being greeted by an angel, he was surprised to find that they were impressed by his work during his life and wanted to hire him as a case/social worker for the souls in purgatory. While it's better than hell, many are still chained by their sins during life and can fall victim to being completely corrupted by them. From fighting demon monsters to helping people who regret stealing a candy bar, someone has to help these lingering souls as they repent. Seems like some work is never done, even after death.
Journey of one fat german boy named Augustus Gloop. He likes chocolate and he also loves chocolate. He was wrongfully imprisoned by his parents in a tower, but he will never give up. He is planning to escape and revenge.
It wasn't a busy road. Signs of any sort of treading are scarcely found, not even the prints of deer have their hooves pressed in the ground. Matter of fact, although it looked to be more friendlier than its neighbor on the left, people tend to choose the rougher road; even when carrying the knowledge of its dangers. Why? Well... the problem wasn't the road, but the rumors that taint it, "I heard he shot someone's dog just because it peed near his house!" "I heard he killed four men, with only two bullets!" "Yeah? Well I heard he stole a woman's husband... not wife, but husband!"
"Say the right yeah? It looks safer than the left road--" "Oh you don't wanna go down that road, that's where the man that looks like a crow lives."
Yada yada-- the rumors go beyond the highest mountain tips, echoing down into the ears of gossiping housewives. Becoming a children's tale, "Ever heard of the big bad wolf?" Nah, kids of these days grow up to hear, "Ever heard of the big bad crow?"
Silly rumors, I know, but enough of'em to make any stranger to those parts weary; as it is better safe than sorry.
But that's just the country's half of the story, the one based on half-truths and well-spoken lies... have I made you curious enough yet? Well if I haven't made you curious I sure have made my own self! Which is good enough for me. After all, I always find those painted in lies to be the most truthful of them all. And I'm just plain bored, so whether I get shot or find a cool fella worth givin' a shot-- well, it's all the same to me. So what do ya say? Wanna take a venture down that road less taken?
Ayo, author here!
"Another story..? You're not even finished with the others." I know I know, but I just can't seem to rummage any care for my other stories right now (As they are a bit more "serious" and I wish to really write those ones well) So I'll be taking a little break from those other stories of mine on here for awhile, since my passion for them is kind of drained right now ^^''
But since I want to keep writing still involved in my daily life, here's a comedic/semi-serious story about the wildwest!
Backstory of the story...
The Tale of Guy, is actually a story not solely from myself, but also from my bestfriend, who's also a writer. We came up with it while high on a sugar rush, just messing around with random ideas that sprawled into our brains lol.
We both looooooveeee this western video game that I HIGHLY RECOMMEND LIKE-- *chefs kiss* but ahnyways-- Red dead redemption 2! It's an insanely good game if you like cowboy stories, and free-roaming games. But yeah! My friend isn't too good with writing comedy... all her stories are extremely serious and dark, so she is very good in those aspects lol But I am not-- so! Since our writing styles are drastically different from one another, this story will def be different from what I usually tend to write. That being said... this story won't be too long, nor will it be too quick, but I plan to finish it sometime within the next coming months. Aha-- we'll see how that goes... but ye! HOpe you enJOY!