Jovan's world is small and medieval. It was once ruled by the good kingdom of Esis in the south, and the evil kingdom of Krona in the north. Those kingdoms are now fifteen years gone, victims of magic that escaped the control of the mages who wielded it in a final, devastating war. Now the land of Theris is empty and scarred by plagues of magic; most of the war's survivors, people from both kingdoms, marched eastward into the endless desert in a desperate bid for a new start. They were never seen again.
Jovan did not go with them; he lives quietly among a small village of survivors. Jovan also has an obsession; he has become enamored with Skyreach Keep, the seat of power of the old Dark Lords of Krona. After visiting the barren keep too many times, his village casts him out and banishes him to the endless desert. There he must find a new life, or better yet, wither and die under the scorching sun.
Jovan marches east, but he does not die. He comes across a small building, filled with technology which is thousands of years ahead of his own. The people who work there speak a foreign yet strangely familiar language; it sounds ever so slightly like the dark tongue of Krona, the language of the enemy. But these strange people know where Jovan comes from, and they understand his language. They are, after all, his descendants, and they trace their ancestors back thousands of years... to an exodus which for Jovan is only fifteen years past.
Jovan has walked out of the desert and into the future. And something evil has followed him.
The romance sequel to the cult classic: 'Why Do Bad Girls Love Dan?'
In this follow up story we meet Teen Assassin, Ko. One of the best in the business. But after rescuing a Korean mob boss’s five year old daughter from kidnappers he becomes a hunted man in NYC. Now on the run and desperate to protect the child, Ko discovers there’s only one person willing to help him: The beautiful and deadly Rica Reyes. A villainous Rifle Girl from Ko’s past, who once tried to kill him. Out of options he's forced to trust Rica and accept her aid. But Ko is no fool, and he knows that the price Rica will extract for her help could cost him everything.
Teen Romance, Tsundere, Light Novel, Original Light Novel, Young Adult, YA, Romance, Crime, Assassin,
Trapped in a cafe that travels to seven dimensions on an infinite loop, Jaz Contra serves coffee while trying to locate the mysterious white-haired man who trapped her there.
When a young shapechanger named Bracken— whose search for his missing aunt leads him to this very cafe— stows away in her basement, Jaz must help him survive until he can return to his own world. Through a series of bizarre encounters with talking tigers, little blue men, adolescent alchemists and the occasional grim reaper, Bracken’s efforts to locate his aunt create daily chaos, threatening Jaz’s chances of ever escaping, not to mention the stability of seven worlds.
[BOOK 1 COMPLETED]
Little did Police Lieutenant Ronald McKenzie know the consequences of his investigating the city's latest incident of urban violence. But then, no one would have. After all, who would have thought one would encounter Autobots and Decepticons, much less anticipate what would happen to him afterwards.
(1) This is a fanfic based on the Transformers franchise. The plot elements are from the Transformers movies, the original cartoon show, the Japanese cartoons and the comics. No declaration of ownership, direct or indirect, is claimed. This is a not-for-profit fanfic.
(2) The story has also taken liberties with the Transformers characters, storyline and story elements. I hope that’s okay with all of you. Think of this as Transformers on an alternate Earth.
(3) The graphics here are collages of publicly-accessible material. No. I.P. infringement is intended.
The Kingdom of Altria has the finest cities and the finest academy for Knights and Mages that prepares them to battle the monsters that lurks the overworld. With the Overlord of the Northern Continent craving for expansion, the Kingdom of Altria and the other Kingdom's has to defend themselves.
This is the Tale of Arden the Lowly Commoner,
And Sena Saclea of the Noble House of Saclea.
I have moved this over to Amazon for now. I won't link to it from here because.... well... I'm not sure if RRL allows that. Thank you to everyone who has read the story and enjoyed it. And to those who enjoyed it and left reviews :-)
Michael was proud of his life and his accomplishments. During the day he was Michael Semione. He worked, spent time with his family, and did everything young professionals were meant to do. At night, he became Creighton Dian-Cecht, a druid healer in Fjorgyn Online. He was head of a company of crafters and adventurers known throughout the game.
Things changed, however, when Michael was killed in real life while playing the game. He was reincarnated in Fjorgyn a level one only to be captured and sold into slavery.
Michael has a decision to make. Will he escape on his own? Or will he stand beside his fellow slaves-turned-allies and help secure their freedom?
Author's note: This is my first work in the LitRPG genre. Constructive criticism and feedback welcome.
I wanted to thank all of the creative people over at LitRPG Society for their guidance and encouragement as I wrote the first installment of this series. Their advice and input were instrumental in my finishing what many of you have found to be an entertaining story.
A group of friends are teleported to another planet. Along the way they befriend dwarves and elves, and find out it is a battle planet for a race called tyters, and the humans are the prey! They have three years to level up and grow as strong as possible before before the hunt begins. In a stroke of luck they learn how to use magic, but will it be enough for them to survive?
The following is the first 21 chapters of THE IRON VEIL (approximately 50K words). To purchase the complete novel, please visit: https://amzn.to/2IVwHJZ
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It’s not a game. It’s a nightmare.
25 year-old Justin Boone has been waiting his entire life for an adventure like this.
Breakthrough technology developed at a government sleep study program allows participants to interact with each other in the OmniWorld, a shared dream state that resembles an online role-playing game.
2.3 million people applied to participate in the first public test. 5000 were chosen. And Justin is one of them.
But he soon finds that he’s not one of the lucky ones. Not by a long shot.
Ulf Hammargren transits from one world to another, from Sweden to Japan and from the peak of his career to his high school body. He must rebuild his life and live with memories that never were. He must find himself again, find friends again and maybe dare to find love again. PG13 Observe that this is the first book in a series with book five currently ongoing. The slice of life tag is there for a reason. The story is slow, and the characters unfold as the story is told. If you're looking for an action packed quick fix, then you have come to the wrong place.
Michael Strong never had a very good life nor he thinks he has done anything special. But then, something comes his way. Something that will finally change everything that was bad. Something which will give him the meaning he always wanted. But every meaning requires a sacrifice...
A short story based in a fantasy world with Heroes, Demons, and lots of money!
Completed, with 13 Chapters and a Prologue at about 500 ~ 600 words per chapter.
I was one of the men that went to find the fountain of life. Along with an expeditionary group, we found the fountain of life but got ambushed by the guards of the fountain. In the brink of death, I Jess Seville drank the waters of the fountain, only for the fountain to collapse and take the others in the surrounding and in turn, giving the curse of Eternity to me. With that, I became eternal and roamed the world. Experiencing both world wars—one day I found myself trapped and captured. Experimented, studied, and autopsied. I got turned into both weapon and prisoner, useful only as a tool. And as years passed and as I was forgotten, the cage I was in finally rusted and with that, I was able to escape, only to find a world filled with Over Humans.
What if every magical creature you'd ever heard of was real, driven into hiding by an army of violent zealots? This is reality for Sarah Heisen and Porter Collins. Sarah is a sphinx living a life of luxury in her family's mansion. Hidden from all danger, but shut off from the world, she wants nothing more than to escape. Porter is the Slayer's most promising recruit, and his skill is matched only by his hatred for those he hunts. The two are brought together as enemies, but fate has different plans for them. When an accident erases Porter's memory, he clings to Sarah for support. Now they are lost, injured, and helpless. If they want to survive, they will have to work together- and they may change the world as a result.
The Slayer and the Sphinx is featured on Web Fiction Guide and Novels Online!
In a world governed by magic, where only a small percentage of people can not use it. The protagonist dies and is apparently reborn in another world and he woke up was a baby?! Follow the story of our protagonist Kuroshi Kai in this magic filled adventure where an overpowered human tries to fit in this new world filled with crazy adventures. [Discontinued]
We once dreamed of a sky filled with possibilities. Of neverending knowledge. But those were conceited times, filled with quibbling. Now we look up and fear the vastness. We fear that there’s no edge to infinity.
Humanity pulled itself together. Not like you’d expect, not like you’d approve of, but the results are spectacular. We call ourselves Utopians now, to make it simple for our kin in the cosmos. We’ve moved out into the Omniverse, to unlimited resources, and to dominance over the weak. Not for gain, but to the ends of permanence and peace. The cessation of their suffering.
At the apex, looking down on those confined, those unenlightened, we felt safe. So few stand shoulder to shoulder with us. Fewer yet of them are so united as we.
Porter, a godkiller for the Eidolons, is out of the job. Christopher, a Magus in the Guild, has him a new one, but with motives questionable. Kendall, a failing student at the Monastery, has to deal with secrets he never wanted. Anna, her entire life just fell apart, leaving her bereft. And Doran, he awakens. Each of these people, connected as members of the Omniversal Utopian Commonwealth, are helpless to the dark truth closing in. Not even the artificial intelligence, Aku, keeper of all Utopian power, can stop the Ouroboros.
It’s not a new dawn. The light is dying. Hold your breath and go gently.
P.S : COMPLETE
There are a thousand ways to die in the desert-desperate outlaws, deadly predators, murderous elements, and betrayal. . .
Kaitar Besh, a veteran scout as legendary for his cynicism as his skills, is ordered to brave the deadly Shy'war-Anquai desert one last time. Escorting Leigh Enderi-a greenhorn Enforcer with a reputation as shady as his own-he soon realizes the ghosts of his past have come to haunt more than his nightmares.
When the mission breaks down in the wake of bitter hatred and mistrust, even Kaitar's fabled talent may not be enough to bring them home again. Stranded in the red wasteland without contact, food, or water, they uncover a betrayal that could bring all they hold dear crumbling to the dust. . . and tear down the wall of lies surrounding them.
Salt in the Water is the first book in the "A Lesser Dark" series, a sci-fi/fantasy "grimdark" western that crosses several genres. The book includes explicit violence, strong language, and mature themes.
First publication September 9th, 2016 , on Createspace and Amazon.com
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This is a story of young man who got summoned and collared up as a minion of a devil king. After being released, the demented young man turned into a vigilante, hunting down criminals and the likes of degenerates. Paranoid and a chaser of death, the despairing young man walks the world that was a save by a Hero...
Elizabeth Wilson commits suicide. She was the golden girl among her peers in Darkwood, Washington who stood above the pressure of her drug-ridden town. Explore the summer before her senior year that triggered the domino effect of Elizabeth's emotional and psychological breakdown that lead her to take her own life.
This is the prequel to the main story, Petrichor and was never intended to be made. I wrote this because I wanted to explore Elizabeth's character and show how the main characters have changed since this event. I decided to release this first because Petrichor is undergoing a full rewrite.
In the meantime, I'm writing a side story called Mourning Glory that takes place between the second and third act of Petrichor. Development is going rather fast so I suggest to to read that if you like this story
The empire has spread its wings and left the home world Guidance behind. Driven by their quest for vengeance the first two fleets are now paving a way through hostile territory towards the home world of the Ercinee. For nearly two decades they have been at the front keeping any enemies at bay so the Third Fleet may continue it's journey without Interference.
The Third harbors the next Generation of soldiers for the war together with everything needed to colonize new planets and spread the will of the emperor.
Chris, Alex, Sam and Dorian were born and raised in the fleet. Their home has been a complex dedicated to train them so they may strengthen the weakened front. The four of them befriend each other and decide they would need to quicken their way up the military ladder by participating in the annual War Games as an Independent faction.