Reading Time: 2 minutesMy brother leaned over and whispered to me, “If we both stick to the story, they can’t prove anything.” I nodded. That’s when the interrogator walked in, her long dark hair gently brushed over my shoulder as she took a seat opposite to us. A flowery scent followed her. She was young, and honestly, seemed […]
Reading Time: 3 minutesShe looked around quickly, to see if anything had been taken. There weren’t many people left above ground, but Sara knew there were a few stragglers left behind, clinging to the past just like herself. The abandoned home was an oddity—not a single broken window, no busted doors, and everything seemed in tact. Inside, dust […]
Reading Time: 3 minutesShe wasn’t happy about it, but she’d been recalled to life for a reason. The Divine had told her it would be a relatively short, but essential trip back to Earth. At a young age, and as an illiterate farm girl, she noticed something strange. She could still remember her time in Heaven, her conversations […]
Reading Time: 2 minutesShen and Lindsey carried their argument to the streets of Luna City after dining. “You make me feel like I’m not good enough,” Shen said as he looked at an electric shuttle pod running by the side of the street. Lindsey scoffed. “And Cindy does?” She quickened her pace. “What’s that supposed to mean?” Shen […]
Reading Time: 3 minutesIt was a cold, cloudy day in Oro, the capital city of Darros. It didn’t bother Advard, who walked with joy in his heels, his pocket heavy with ten iron squares. He worked hard as a cobbler and got lucky that day, a few rich citizens tipped him well. This added to the several seasons-worth of […]
Reading Time: 2 minutesI’ve been roaming around the world for as long as I remember. I’ve walked the snowy plains of the north, and I’ve swam across all the seas you know. I’ve tasted the gritty desert sands and swayed with the ancient trees in the taiga…
Reading Time: 1 minuteIt’s been a long time since you’ve gone abroad. You take your window seat on the plane, and smile. Arrival at Cyprus was some 13 hours away, but you figure it’s well worth it. All the beautiful bodies tanned by the summer sun, the hot white sand underneath your heels, two weeks will be more […]
Reading Time: 3 minutesStorytelling was very important to the Yehr people. Each night they would come around the campfire and share legends and myths, with each one trying to explain the many mysterious and strange events of their world. However, the way of life for these people forever changed once they witnessed their first solar eclipse.