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  • Short Stuff
    81 16 1

    Don't get too excited, this is just a place to put any contest entries I might churn out, along with whatever shorter odds and ends I happen to think might maybe sorta possibly have a home on Wattpad. Feel free to peruse, but it's going to be slow going at first. Artwork: Me. Myself. Moi.

  • Shadow Road
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    Brenorra Warring thought she and her father were leaving to start over. She never imagined they were running for their lives. In the aftermath of a fire that devastated their shipping business and gutted their townhouse, her father insists that they relocate to the Coalition Colonial Region, and will not change his m...

  • A Litte Probing
    26 1 1

    Mr. Delvin has a spider problem and will need the help of his tech friend Alex to get rid of them. The spiders aren't the only thing invading Mr. Delvin's life. The modern world is determined to help him whether he wants help or not.

  • Taste and See
    626 125 30

    Poems with no particular theme, fresh and strange.

  • Poor Things (Wattys2018 Winner)
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    || Highest Rank - #1 in Horror || Wattpad Featured || After a tragic accident, football star Joel Harper finds himself rolling his wheelchair into a new school in a strange town. Soon he's making friends of misfits, taking lessons in Iron Maiden, and dodging a ruthless bully with a penchant for switchblades. Little is...

  • All Gone to Dust
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    Harry's a cardsharp worn thin by time, scoured of his ideals and passions by a world ruled by fear. His past is littered with the broken, and the dead. A failed revolution has left him an outlaw, hunted by pitiless arcane powers, and the resentful remnants of the failed rebellion itself. He fears for his daughter, t...

  • Derelict
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    Aliens... they came, they saw, they conquered. Our world was was nothing to them but an asset to be stripped of resources. Even 600 years after the majority of them departed, humanity still struggles to survive in the mess they left behind. Together with their horde of genetically altered life forms and the hostile...

  • Finding Shade
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    I stopped speaking. My mother taught me not to lie, and I had always been a truthful child. I should feel bad right now, guilty or at least ashamed. Instead I felt calm. I could say anything to protect myself; so out of necessity I became a liar. Although if you are keeping track of my sins, lying is hardly the w...