Dellie Faer and Emrick Skywood are two of the lucky children of Angoloth to be born with magic. Ever since they were young, their magic has been carefully cultivated so they can grow to become great. Their life at the Institute for Magical Children is the same as all the others. They go to class, practice, and prepare for the day they turn 18 and they come of age. They will then be sent away from the institute and must seek a life that has a need for their magic. But until then, they must solve the mystery of the stranger that appeared in the river.
I do NOT own the cover photo.
Dedicated to Cheese. If you're reading this, you know who you are :)
This is a story set in the same world as Reaper. If you have not read Reaper, I suggest reading it before this. I apologize in advance for any grammatical or spelling errors. Please enjoy this new story.
The demons have been dormant for 100 years. Now they are back, stronger than ever. And they don't need the cover of darkness anymore.
Dedicated to all the people who helped me at camp this year. You are all truly special. And to George Bailey. Thanks for the card games.
Dedicated to anyone who takes time out of their day to read this and to anyone who can relate to what they read. Except for that one person who shouted rude things at me and my friends in the center of town. You can go die in a pit with venomous snakes.
These are some of the poems and songs I wrote while going through a tough time. Enjoy, and I apologize in advance for any grammatical or spelling errors. So, yeah. Enjoy this look into my mind, I guess.
In the world of Salef, people live normal lives. Until night. At night, the demons come out. No one knows how the demons got there, but people have their suspicions. Cierra hunts the demons with her close friends Damien and Marlene. But what she finds makes her question everything she knows about her life.
Dedicated to all the girls in Cabin 15.
I do not own the cover image in this story. I apologize in advance for any spelling or grammatical errors. Enjoy this short story!