In the peaceful city of Pury, a serial killer seems to have grown overnight, with bodies of the victims surfacing over the last few weeks. What they don't know, though, is that there's more than one killer. And they're recruiting more.
Original Summary: Jordan and Alex, members of a serial killing group, talk about their first murders.
For Camp NaNoWriMo, I had to write 10,000 words in 30 days. The result is two short stories in one. Here they are. Disappearance is a world class thief with ragdoll-like superpowers, and he has his eyes on the Nano Wrimo Diamond. Follow him as he encounters many world building...er, I mean, colorful distractions along the way, meeting up with basic characters that I'll flesh out in future stories...er...complex human beings who can't be boiled down to one or two character traits, and flop flop flop all the way to the bank (figuratively; the diamond is in a museum)! Just think of Disappearance as Male!Catwoman and you'll be all set.
This story is pure fiction and does not relate to any actual persons or events.
A short and complete story describing 24 hours in the life of Detective Sergeant Michael Lingard dealing with stress before making one of the most important decisions he's ever been faced with, and he doesn't even know that part yet! Does he make the right decision? You tell me?
A genderqueer teenager named Ryder is sentenced to court ordered group therapy and community service after a stunt involving Adderall and public urination. As xe explores xyr own identity, makes friends, and gets into trouble, xe discovers that growing up and getting older isn't all it's cut out to be.
There’s a killer on the loose, and everyone in your community is scared. This is startling to you because you sense that the serial murderer is targeting a select class of citizen. Who is he/she and why are they targeting them?
A trio of skilled vampire raiders are going out to swindle a high stakes take from a deceased vampire, hoping to get by with a major score! However...is this the kind of heist that they expected to get away with? Or is there something 'else' going on behind the scenes?