Author: MusicHuntress PM
Demons. They are rising quickly, and they aren't your ordinary demons. They aren't Greek or Egyptian demons-they are demons from the other pantheons-Baltic, Norse, Hindu, Japanese, and more. (Chapter 7 is in progress)Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Spiritual/Adventure - Chapters: 8 - Words: 8,596 - Reviews: 14 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 6 - Updated: 06-26-12 - Published: 08-29-11 - id: 2947704
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This is the introduction...it isn't my best chapter and it could be improved. I'm also not good at summaries.
Excuse any mistakes.
So, it looks like someone picked up my story. Good for you. Interested in mythology? Keep your eyes on this book. Don't like it? Just go away. Greek. Egypt. Norse. The three common mythology groups that are popular of course. Well, have you ever heard of Indian mythology? If you haven't then that is such a shame. Luckily for you, I'm about to teach you about Indian mythology! And I'm not talking about native American mythology. In other words I'm talking about Hindu Mythology.
It's actually really interesting. If you do want to know more about it, then read ahead!
Before I start, it's time for proper introductions! My name is Kala. I have honey colored skin, wavy, dark chocolate colored eyes, and silky black hair. Surprisingly, I live in the USA and I am 13 years old.
Anyways, are you ready to learn and cross into the world of the Indian/Hindu gods and goddesses? Go ahead, but be careful. The evil demons might kill you.
Oh yeah, and I might add in some other gods, goddesses, and monsters too from Finland, Ireland and the UK, and Oceanic(or the Carribean)
Review if you wish and should I continue? If I don't get any reviews or hits/visitors then I might delete it. And it should get better. Is it just me or is this chapter slightly repetitive?