"Do you know that stars die?" I asked, breaking the silence. I didn't know where the question came from, but that's the only thing that came in mind. "Yeah," he answered. "And some stars we see in the sky may be already dead. But they're so far away that their afterglow can still be seen above. Some of them may seem glowing but they're actually dead." We all have a little gallery of photographic memories inside our hearts. An exhibit of things we could never forget through our short moments in time. Some were so good, we held it like they were the best part of our lives while some were things we desperately ran away from － they hunted us, and killed our hopes. The beginning of my life ended on my tenth birthday, the day when my childhood was stolen away from me. I longed to run away from that nightmare that held me tightly in my neck and made helpless under its grasp. Going to college had become my final chance to run away. On my seventeenth birthday, after enrolling at a university, my life took another shift. I met a man who showed me the glimmer of hope I always wanted to see. And this was our story. A narration of first love, bittersweet and worthwhile.
He stood in the seemingly dark forest, which was almost completely devoid of any light accept for the few rays of sunshine witch fought themselves through the thick, almost unbreakable roof of leaves and pine. He was so confused that all the previouse questions and thought processes which spun through his head ceased to even take up a single speck of his mind. After quite a while of stupidly standing around, the first thought which occupied his mind was "How did i get her?" He could clearly remember sitting in his House, browsing through the internet with an almost cold coffee in his hand. "How?" 'Note that this is my first ever story and that english isn't my mothrr language! This story takes huge inspiration from other works such as Release that Witch, which is one of my all time favorite books. If you find anything that deserves criticism please tell me so in the comments :)'
2112, humanity has gone to shit for a few decades... you know, shit like broken glass dildo in the ass kind'a shit. The corpo offered our parents an escape, Paradise as they called it, a city on the Moon, far from the rot and decay on Earth. They promised safety, food, a roof (domes in this case) an island of order in a mad world. Turned out the order they had in mind was indented servitude. In this Hellhole on the Moon called a city, I survived (mostly) as a bounty hunter for the big wigs. Not as if I have much uv'a choice on the matter... a girl gotta get her daily nutrishake y'know?
“Life, half is memory, half is to continue.” Life, truly’s full of memories. Laughters, happiness, excitement, sadness, betrayals... they’re all a part of our memories, but what if you suddenly lose them? Would your life still continue? This novel is about a girl named Carson who got caught up in an accident when she was 17 years old. She had a good life, her family was wealthy and was very known. Not until the day her fate twisted because of a certain person. Everything about her changed, so is her surroundings. She was asked to forget about her past, but will she? Destiny is a tricky one, that she can say. Would destiny allow her to remember her past? Or will she just live a new life with new memories? This is a journey of pain, anger, and unexpected betrayals. This is the journey of Carson towards the truth of everything by meeting new people without knowing they are related to her past, and by meeting these people, she would soon realize that people are more complicated and unpredictable than she thought.
Nabi has been thought by the tribe that they’re the last civilization on Earth after the evil population has been wiped out during the judgment day. No one should leave the island or they’ll face the wrath of God. Nabi, a rational thinker, highly questions the warnings from the Adji Elders. He becomes more suspicious when he met an explorer from the ‘outside’. Is he ready to change his destiny and face the consequences of leaving the island he considered a prison?
Vardimann Yeylin is unwillingly dragging around a dark past that refuses to let go. He is desperate to escape, but it seems to be waiting for him everywhere he goes. On his travels, he becomes friends with a kind doctor. Vardimann struggles to ensure his friend stays innocent, but circumstances make that difficult. WARNING: Minor gore. I am a slow writer, but I hope you will wait for me. Thank you for your patience :)
A mind can go through several experiences, both traumatic and wonderful. They say that you grow and become better version of yourself with more wisdom and knowledge on how the world works; being able to adapt better for your own survival. But what if you don't make a better version of yourself? Instead, you become a dark version of yourself? With a Janus-faced personality to where you keep your evolution to yourself instead of revealing it to the world. Come in, take a seat, and engross yourself in the darkness of my mind.