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):
The New Stone Age, A Place To Call Home, Snowflakes Are Dancing, When The Tigers Broke Free, Jeux Sans Frontières, Perfect Circle, Sunday Morning, ABC Auto-Industry, The Army Now, The Path Of Least Resistance, The Big Sleep In Search Of Hades, Nightporter, Toyota City, Ties of Sea and Flames, Alberto Balsalm, 5 8 6, Little Trouble Girl, The Hall Of Mirrors, Fall On Me, After The Flood, Love Comes Tumbling, How To Cure A Weakling Child, Further, An Cat Dubh, Wishlist, Yulquen, Storms, Blind, Hoarfrost, Sense Of Doubt, Moss Garden, Lead A Normal Life, Stjarna, Battle Of Glass Tears, Let The Happiness In, Thieves Like Us, The Tenant
Laughing Stock (Second Half):
Red Velvet Corridor, Coke Babies, Lemon, Your Name (Has Slipped My Mind Again), Some Small Hope, Long Promised Road, Automatic Writing, Djed...
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.
Do you believe in a world beyond ours? I've saw one inside my dreams. Its name was Somnium. It's what I consider to be the perfect world. I was assigned to explain the lives of the people who lived there, and to help transform this world into a paradise of its own. Trust my philosophy, my ideas, and I will make it happen.
From cursed audio to man-eating planets, this collection will leave you questioning reality itself. Whether it's slashers your into or pure psychological, all of them is contained within these many issues. If you're up for a challenge, try reading them at night.
This book comprises of a group of poems talking about the various topics surrounding modern society.
It seems unnatural to sight men cheer-leading in a football field with short shorts and subsequently women playing on the field. It seems unnatural to encounter a male rape and a female rapist responsible. Why?
We live in a society where a male and a female are expected and pushed into following unwritten social rules and laws, which doesn't even consider their interests. How many times have you realized of what you would have been doing if the world would not have been reformed this way? Perhaps, not much.
It is nearly impossible to change the mind-set of a person, but certainly, you can bring change in "you", and it will prove to be enough to witness the change you wish to see in the world.
Basic Premise:Amery Carol has never been good at school. In fact, she's just about the bottom of her class, but she knows there is nothing she can do to escape her fate. Her city bases everything on intelligence, and if Amery stays this bad, she could very well lose everything and more. Contains eugenics.
Inspiration:Funny how friends can have great ideas but no drive to write! My friend just put this idea out and I snatched it like a butterfly in the air. And it's not bad, though some liken it to something more sinister. I do have a happy ending in mind, so suggestions are allowed, just keep them happy. Enjoy!
Gone is a time when happiness filled every family's home. Gone is a time when parents could provide for their children. That was a moment in history when everything was perfect. When everything was right.
The Land of the Free is now just a fading memory in the minds of the elderly. Few families have the money to provide for a home for their children. Those select few live in classified areas where they are completely cut off from the corrupt world around them.
Where are the rest of the survivors, you may ask? Well, they live in the places that the great war has left behind. They live in wastelands where nothing is safe when drug-lords are ruling with an iron fist.
Then Charlotte Davis comes into play, and she is willing to tear down whatever walls she has to in order to reach sanctuary. She's willing to do whatever it takes to reach the last family she has left. Davis isn't like any of the other Corrupted. No. She's different.
She's a Fallen, and she's more powerful than anyone could ever imagine.