Author has written 5 stories for Fantasy, Supernatural, and Sci-Fi.
Writings is my passion and to think of a life without my writing, I can't even describe how much I'd hate to live. I write mostly about fantasy, non-fiction to me, is for people without the desire to use their imagination once in a while. Werewolves, Vampires, and completely bizzare things are what makes the world spicy! Everyone has a passion, a motivation that puts a path for them to trudge. Whether it be art, photography, or maybe doing math problems, I do not judge what a person loves to do. People without passion are not people, but shells of a person without a road to walk on. Writing has been my highway, and I don't plan to jump off at the next exit for anything in the world. I'm really pretty persistent with my writing, so you'll find me constantly publishing new chapters one week and then five weeks later finally putting in the next. My schedule is really unorganized so sometimes I'll never have time to write anything. I really one of those people who enjoys making stories in my head whenever life gets boring. - Anna Clare
Contempt With Darkness:
CWD is my baby, I love this story too much that it's scary. The main reason for the attachment to CWD is because it's something very out of the ordinary for me to write. I'm use to the witches, vampires, and physics like everyone else. I'm really one of those people who enjoys reading books that don't follow the primary fantasy guides of princesses and monsters. This is why I tried hard to make a story that had nothing to do with the so overly used vampire and or werewolf.
Contempt With Darkness mainly has to do with Earth's parallel universe. AKA Shadowland, the place where all evil is set as a replica for Earth. Universal Law states that when there is a creating of good (Earth) there must be a creating of evil (Shadowland) to keep a balance in the Universe. My lovely friend Macie is quite a rare soul that falls asleep, and subconsciously sends herself to another world as she dreams. So at first the encounters she has with Shadowland and her devious mystery boy Alec are simply thought of as dreams. But Alec is constantly killing her, causing her to wake up with sweat stricken panic. Her continuous journey's to this world are making her paranoid beyond sanity, she's constantly afraid at night. To make matters worse, her father is a diagnosed Hypnophobic (fear of sleeping) for the very same murderous reasons. No matter what comes her way in the dreams, whether being stabbed or flung of cliffs, Macie is bound determined to find some answer about why she dreams these odd dreams. She will not be crazy like her father. This determination is putting her in a big wad of trouble, Universal Laws are going to get broken.
After a fatal and mysterious event Macie is imprisoned in Shadowland for a long period of time, which is extremely dangerous. She is disrupting the Laws, making uneven weight on the Shadowland territory, and Alec is quite aware of this. Not being able to send her back with the quick step of his blade, things turn bad. If Macie can't go home, her Shadow has to take her place on Earth. Shadows being the exact replica of humans on Earth, except there none too friendly and have tendencies to destroy everything around them. Earth is bound to protect itself against Shadows even at the means of ending its self with disastrous volcano's and hurricanes. The clock on both worlds are ticking, Macie has to wake up from the coma like state her Earth body has succumbed to before Shadowland destroys her and Earth destroys itself. With the help of one handsome Reaper they might be able to wake her up before the end of both worlds. (read to CWD for those details in the book.)
This story was basically about a girl named Nadia Shards who moves into a town called Edmond in Washington. She's really just this suspicious outcast, very paranoid and very well watched by her parents. She really wants to be free to do whatever she wants, to get in danger for the basic outline of just doing something. Things go really bad for after she stumbles across a gorgeous boy named Keith out in the wood by her house. We can obviously tell there's more to the boy than just his good looks and charm. He's a very talented athlete with a serious anger problem around the time of a full moon. Nadia winds up taking a short cut through the woods after a late night football game, stumbling across the corpse of one her fellow classmates. Of course Keith is there to save her right before a howling beasts attacks. Throwing the poor 16 year old girl in a twisty turned game of fate with Keith and his mysterious issue with full moons.
I basically stopped writing this book because I grew into a state where I found the whole thing was kind of stupid and over used. It didn't seem to be a very popular story on FP because of how poorly written I found it. But if you liked it, I'm glad and perhaps in a less busy time I might restart the story, the ideas are still there but their tied down because of my obsession with my favorite stories CWD.
A Deadly Mind for A Deadly Game:
A Deadly Mind for A Deadly Game is mostly a side story that I'm going to be working on when I need something to throw ideas into. There's a plot set for this one, but I'm not really into writing it right now because I still haven't made up the complete beginning middle end. It is going to be a little different because of the Psychometry. This (in case your too lazy to look it up) is the ability to handle objects of a person and tell something about it, the past, present, future, or the intentions of the person whose handled the object. It's really quite an interesting Sci-Fi ability that I really looked deep into for some research, coming up with a pretty good wrap around the whole thing. This girl, Elsie has the power to touch objects and people and get a sense of what they're thinking and what might happen in the future for them. She's really upset with having such a gift because it enabled her to have contact with people without having the issue of their thoughts muddling with hers.
You can guess she's a loner. Loners tend to avoid the most popular kids in school because of their dislike of attention, which is why the ever so friendly Jason happen to be a very high enemy on her list. But there is one thing about Jason that catches Elsie when she finally makes contact with him after he came two years ago to her town of Garden Plain. This place is very small and hard to find on maps, but I caught it looking through Kansas for little towns because nothing goes on in that State, so it was perfect. Jason's thoughts and future are off limits to her mind and this, as you can imagine, is quite shocking, and a relief. So their little stories goes on about figuring out what's wrong with him, and it turns out what makes Jason so special, is nothing she wants to try to put her mind around. Because Jason is playing a very deadly game that could cost Elsie more than she can afford.
Feel free to PM me if your interested in this story, I'd love to hear your ideas. The one thing I will warn is that I will not be adding very many Chapters to this, it's a slow progressing story because it's a minor importance to me. So sorry for those of you who want to know what happens.
Review any of my stories you find worthy of a comment. I really enjoy hearing what people have to say good or bad, as long as the bad is within a reasonable attitude. Just because I write about mean people with unfriendly things to say, doesn't mean I truly believe that they should be worded by people outside of my imagination.
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