“I’m no doctor, but I think he’s dead,” Ash said. “Quiet. He could be faking it.” Topaz said. “Why the hell would he be faking dead?” Ash said in his normal voice, making Topaz scowl. “What do you mean, why? Why wouldn’t he?” Topaz said in a voice slightly higher than a whisper but not by much. Raina turned and looked at them both. “You are both idiots!” She said, making them both scowl. Ash turned to look at them.
“I stand by my earlier statement. He’s definitely dead. No one would’ve stayed quiet for that idiotic conversation.” Ash pointed…
It’s quiet here.
In this eternal grey landscape
that leaves nothing to the imagination.
Once there were people beside us,
but now we all stand-alone,
united in our grief.
We never knew what was awaiting us
on our bright wedded days.
The eclipse into a bitter sundown
of never-ending fog and silence.
We wait for our lives to end
so that we might be reunited
with our other halves
or so they claim
Stuck here in this landscape
we were meant to grieve
but many of us never knew our
they weren’t kind
cold and cruel
In the world of Stranger Things, there is a kind of mystery and sense of nostalgia in the way they created the small town of Hawkins. Within the show, the Duffer brothers recreated the eighties in an entire town down to the way people dressed and spoke. The world they created made it something so out of this world that it is almost believable that everything that happened in Stranger Things might have actually happened in the real-life world. There have been many stories about children that have disappeared mysteriously. …
When I imagined her coming down the aisle, I didn’t imagine her in a casket. — Writing Prompt
I stood with the rest, watching as the four men carried her casket to the table. She had deserved more than this. I hated that it had come to this. The sound the casket made as they dropped it onto the raised dais seemed so final. The leader of the crime syndicate walked forward. I clenched my hands; I knew he would need proof. Proof that she was dead. The casket opened with a shudder.
I watched as the boss stared down…
The Punisher is full of many characters, all that have a role to play in the anarchy that Frank Castle has been left to deal with after the death of his wife and children. One of my favorite characters among them is the one we should hate the most. Billy Russo, the suave put together man, seems to have his life completely figured out after his tours in the army. The problematic pretty boy that everyone wants to hate. …
The air crackled with lightning, thunder shaking the very battlements of the Kingship of the Danes. The townsfolk stayed in their homes, afraid of the thunder but more afraid of the King. Daroque, King of the Danes was smiling on his throne as he heard the thunder shake the outside of the castle. He knew that it wouldn’t be too long now.
Evanora sat in her tower doing the last-minute traces of her spell, speaking rapidly in Latin. …
There are many fans of Johnny Depp’s portrayal of Jack Sparrow, whether it's because of his iconic lines, his flirtatious attitude, his adventures, or his ability to get in and out of trouble, or even his love of rum. In Tricia Levenseller’s Pirate King series, we get a female pirate, who has Jack’s ability to get in and out of trouble. An acute sense of fashion and a flirtatious manner would make Jack himself blush. Alosa’s narrative is bright, flirtatious, and mischievous. …
The thing about traveling on the high seas is the abundance of cerulean and indigo views. The only change the sea made was from blue and green and back again. Up where Gwenore had been positioned in the Crow’s nest, she watched as the sea changed colors and monitored the sky for changes in weather. Around dusk, they relieved her position around the time the sky showed shades of pink, yellow, and violet. So her days passed on Captain Ruan’s ship. She had never been happier. …
Serilda continued to pack up her stuff. A lifetime of collections. She knew her grandmother didn’t understand why she was suddenly leaving, but she wasn’t interested in staying in this house, her parents’ house. She wanted to get away from everything. She was going to stay with Cecilia before she figured out what her next plans were.
Christina had promised to put all her boxes in storage until then. It was just to pack everything, and figure out what she wanted to keep. She went back to her closet, picking up some more clothes when her eyes caught on the…
“If I knew… if someone had told me the plan, you know I would’ve done things differently.” — Dialogue Prompt
The words filled my brain over and over. That day repeating like the world's worst lullaby. I remembered the blood, wet and sticky as it surrounded me. I couldn’t even speak, my mouth was so filled with blood.
I had looked up at him, my eyes tracing the lines on his face. The cold steel of his eyes focused solely on me. I wanted to believe him when he said he would’ve done things differently. I had looked at him…
Find the hook and Sink it! Hi. Author of two fantasy novels over here. Working on a Romance for Harlequin Desire at the moment. VIVA LA REVOLUTION !!!