The Famous Warrior

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Blood Eagle

Have you ever felt like you were the Devil himself? A cruel, ruthless, impulsive monster, someone who, when attacked, threatened or just mildly irritated never curbs their own wickedness, but instead acts on it? And after acting out of hare, do you feel satisfied or ashamed? Do you find approval within, or do you repent?Continue reading “Blood Eagle”

The Enemy

Today I dreamed that I was being raped by the Devil. It had the form of a muscular male with shiny red skin, and the scariest thing about him wasn’t the fact he was physically strong, or that he had pointy fangs like a vampire, or even the big sharp horns on his head. IContinue reading “The Enemy”

The Mutagel

Matthew Ryan was a materials engineer turned security specialist who worked for the CIA. He had a daughter, Lisa, a five year-old who could read and write better than many teens, and whom he loved more than anything in the world. Her mother was Matthew’s ex-wife, a brilliant scientist. Carol was also a woman ofContinue reading “The Mutagel”

Red Pool

I was watching a TV show at my oma’s house. In the living room, there was a small bed, a comfy couch and the TV: snug and cozy, this was my little den, my nest, my burrow. The show was a police drama about a serial killer who wore a mask – a dirty greyContinue reading “Red Pool”

A Journey of the Soul

I traveled on foot through in an exotic land. It was a place where tall sea cliffs and orange sand dunes merged seamlessly, and with every day that I walked, subtle changes in the landscape afforded new perspectives of unbelievable beauty. Every sunrise and sunset was worthy of a painting: sand, rock, sea, and skyContinue reading “A Journey of the Soul”

The Author

It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to. – J. R. R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings Letting the words come through my fingers, then through the pen and onto theContinue reading “The Author”

Blue Planet

The picture was of an alternative reality with a mix of 16th century sailing, 19th century attire, future technology and post-apocalyptic problems. The world had come last in the rat race: due to a natural (and a little artificial) catastrophe, the planet’s topography has been completely remodelled – instead of a blue planet with outcroppingContinue reading “Blue Planet”


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