Immortal: Innocence Missing 2.5

Alaric, still kneeling at Dameon’s side as he lay limply in Jake’s arms, his thoughts flew wildly through his head, as all his focus turned onto that voice that began to ring through his head. That voice haunted him throughout his entire existence in the mortal realm. Alaric felt his power surge with his emotion,... Continue Reading →

Immortal: Innocence Missing 2.4

“Wait, what?! Sister? You have a sister?” Dameon said, completely confused at what just happened.  “Well, all I’ve got to say is whoever that was, she got rid of the lost souls around us, at least. We seem to be safe now, for the moment anyway.” Jake was looking around at their surroundings, looking for... Continue Reading →

Immortal: Innocence Missing 2.3

Sha-UUr’s enormous talon took up most of Jake’s mid-torso as his eyes started to glass over; his skin became pallor as his life began to fade quickly as he looked at Alaric, then looked down at the talon piercing his abdomen and finally looked up at Sha-UUr.  Alaric’s rage began to boil over as he... Continue Reading →

Immortal: Innocence Missing 2.2

Jake had become increasingly stressed and nervous, yet Alaric seemed focused and astute. Alaric wasn’t losing himself to panic; however, Jake could see it getting to him. He just hadn’t let it control him as it had affected Jake.  “How are you coping with this all, man? I don’t get it, you almost tore down... Continue Reading →

Immortal: Corrupted Innocence 1.4

By: Martin Linson             The entire tarp tent was suddenly ripped away from covering Jake and Kimmy, as Matt stood next to them, caught off guard at how quickly they became surrounded. As the tarp flew away, it revealed from what Jake and Matt could see was about fourteen all together including the ring leader.... Continue Reading →

The Mirror

By: Marty Linson             The sun blazed down from high, the ground shimmering in the horizon as a speeding stage coach could be seen, followed by a trail of dust. The six horses at full sprinting gallop as the driver stood crouched cracking the reins. The driver glanced up over the top of the coach,... Continue Reading →

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