Postings with tag: satanic
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Cassie Johnson is a perfectly devout Christian - until she finds a little black book in her dead neighbour's house, and everything starts to go wrong. Amidst friendly demons, bloodthirsty warlocks, angels, and incompetence, can she keep her soul?
It’s the year 2027. In Los Angeles, twenty-one-year-old Gemini Graham – daughter of the legendary Liam & Ceridwen Graham – has led The Resistance for the past five years; following her murdered parents footsteps closer than she knows. It was Gemini’s parents, after all, who founded The Resistance before she…
A dark, doom and gloom tale of a village, torn apart by an unsuspecting man they had banished decades ago. A descriptive poem which you can really immerse yourself in. The Warlocks Cackle.
This is a short story covering issues relating to greed, sacrifice and loss. It is particularly relevant to current issues surrounding the international banking crisis and the human cost of this catastrophe.
At turns heartbreaking and diabolically funny, Journey to Virginland is an avant-garde tour de force, delivered by a master storyteller. The protagonist, a loutish and uber-cerebral antihero known simply as Dog, takes on the challenge to navigate the perilous paradigm shifts of our age, determined to find his proper place…
I've started a new Mystery series, involving a Catholic Priest who is commissioned by the church to seek out satanic activities throughout the United States and assist the local law enforcement agency's in any way he can.
this is something im just now writing i have no idea whats about to show up so if its random im sorry i just gotta get things out of me and this is the only way i can so i thought i would save some time and just go ahead…
July 22, 2009
Angelynn's poem challenge Genre: suicide themed poem 'Tis the first challenge I entered making on poems, although I lost the ability to perceive this type of written literature, still I was able to grasp a minute form of horror I found within my deepest abyss of feelings.