On the top cliff with its flat side turned towards the horizon, a dozen little lights glowed in the night. Under that rock, slippery edges and sharp rims, a forest of lumpy and long dark spikes rested. Tall, broken and hollow, not organic, but not solid, they stood. The storm was unsettling, brutal, harsh winds … Continue reading Your Rain (story and critique) FREE
Tutorial and thought process You wondered about the thought process of making stories. Well, let's think of one. Where do we start? I usually start at the end of the story; maybe just one scene can inspire me into writing the whole thing. Because I am into these military topics, let's take a clash of … Continue reading Pandora’s Flame (tutorial & story) FREE
Heavy armor on a exoskeleton, battery pack, a long barrel and electronic visor was distinctive look of a battle-woman we had assigned to our unit. Five of them were all the army had at its disposal and we used them just in "No-finite" moments when our lines were about to be run over with enemy's … Continue reading Chaos Girls
She was born as a child. (what a genius sentence, wouldn't you agree?) All she needed in school was a partner, a desk buddy, but she didn't get one because of her glasses, so she made a fictional one. Boys teased her all of the time, so she learned how to punch. Later on, she … Continue reading This headline is waaaay longer than the life of the heroine in this story, but I know you’ll just skip it anyway, so let’s see how the Mary’s life ended in a very tragic circumstances. Shall we?