The year is 2050 A.D: Black Star, an infamous, ruthless organisation, hellbent on destroying humanity, has taken over cities in countries across the globe. If anyone attempts to rise up, or even talks about rebelling, they will be silenced. The leaders of Black Star, The Five, are the most powerful beings in the known universe, with abilities beyond our understanding. There hasn't been anyone able to stop them for decades. But there is someone that can surpass The Five...
Flint: A masked amnesiac that was put to sleep and isolated in Scotland for 30 years.
He is woken up by two scientists, named Ricky and Holly Green, former members of the F.B.I. They are the only ones who can help find his memories, which were hidden away when he was put to sleep. Only by regaining his memories can Flint even hope to bring down Black Star and become a hero. Little does he know that his journey will spiral into a crazed adventure of madness and tragedy. Finding friends and unlikely allies along the way, can Flint become as strong as his destiny says he will be? All whilst discovering who he was?
I am not the best at creative nonfiction, but I suddenly felt like wanting to post a few works I'm doing for a class. I hope you all enjoy! :)
(Just a personal project)
In Mun'do, there are places in which people know of as the Towers. Filled with treasures of a forgotten time, people venture into the levels of these Towers to hit it big. But it is not without a catch.
These Towers are guarded by hordes of monsters, from the weak but uncountable Goblin Hordes, to the strong Dragon broods, these creatures guard the treasures within the Towers. Though there are rumors that a Tower's inhabitants have destroyed a city, adventurers remain unfazed.
Heath Erhonial, a member of the rare Marsh Druid circle, in certain circumstances ends up in the city of Regoir, built around the great Tower Heartcold. It is here he begins his journey on discovering friends, foes, powers, his lost memories from 5 years ago, and his heritage as the last Marsh Druid.
Heath's story is only but a fragment of the myriad of characters that would change the world. From an isekai protagonist to knights that are bonded with a parasite, Fragmented Memory is a collection of stories, some with continuity, others without, that wants to convey a world that is both benevolent and unforgiving.
Hope you enjoy! DM me with your suggestions and comments. Thank you! :D
The real-life tale of me after being diagnosed with autism in March 2019.
Since my diagnosis, it's always been my goal to share my experiences and thoughts with others around the world. It's not only informative and educational, but it's also a good creative outlet for me when it comes to letting go of my mind. Autism shouldn't be silenced. If you have your own experiences to share or any other questions, don't hesitate to DM me or drop a comment on any of the chapters. Thanks for reading!
Chapter five onwards was written during April Camp Nanowrimo 2020!
Madonna sold more albums than any other female artist. She had just as many hits as the Beatles or Elvis. She is now 61 and still thinks she has a lot to give. The problem is she is getting old and cannot accept this. The public also thinks Madonna is old and new popstars now dominate the Charts.
This is a fictitious story of Madonna's struggle on getting old and finding her place in the music industry today.
Olivia Anderson is the best agent there ever was. She is programmed to not feel, pain or feelings. But when the program gets shut down, she runs rogue, with the guns of two agencies chasing after her. When she finally finds shelter, her new world, collapses behind her. Keeps your friends close but keep your enemies closer, but Olivia doesn't exactly remember who is her friend and who is her enemy? Who will have to die for the truth to be revealed?
This is a memoir that lots of readers out there may relate to a lot. In the year 2012, everything changed for me after I experienced my first ever panic attack. Five years later, I was finally formally diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and depression. In 2019, I am now pursuing a diagnosis for autism. See how my world has changed since my teen years and why as an adult, I'm fighting hard to get my voice heard.
The following book is rated PG-13 for scenes of emotional distress relating to anxiety, depression and grief. Please be advised before you continue reading. Other trigger warnings are present for trichotillomania, bullying, dark thoughts. If you do decide to give The Depression Diaries a read, thank you for hearing my story.
It has been a memory since I was a child, I used feel so sad when it rain. When I'd no idea why it rained and what seasons are for or how!
Even to this day, when it rains I feel an unforgettable loneliness somewhere in my heart, as if the world is empty without people and love. But that doesn't mean I never had fun in rain.
I do, I love rain. But sometimes you never know how to hold your overwhelming feelings.
I once had a crush on a girl with whom I considered my best friend, but our relationship would fall apart.
Sometimes people just want someone to understand. That's all. But it is so difficult to get person to fully understand anything if they haven't experienced what you have.
so here we are
its just me
and i think i have something to tell you
there is a bit of a backstory
but dont worry!
its only 18 years that you need to catch up on!