Arc 1 : Chapter 5-1

It was six o’clock on a autumn’s evening. Thin, dingy rain spat and drizzled past the lighted street lamps. The pavements shone long and yellow. In squeaking galoshes, with mackintosh collars up and bowlers and trilbies weeping, youngish men from the offices bundled home against the thistly wind— “Night, Mr Macey”. Theodore wheezed in a … More Arc 1 : Chapter 5-1

Arc 1 : Chapter 4-3

Please point out any grammatical or spelling error you find Bran slowly surveyed the large living room. It was midnight. Fire swayed constantly, casting eerie shadows on Celek’s pensive face. They could hear the howl of winds outside. They were lucky that Celek knew this place. A night outside in this weather would have been … More Arc 1 : Chapter 4-3

Arc 1 : Chapter 4-2

A white world. It was all he could see. It was a fairy-tale world, child-like and funny. Boughs of trees adorned with thick pillows, so fluffy someone must have plumped them up; the ground a series of humps and mounds, beneath which slinking underbrush or outcrops of rock lay hidden; a landscape of crouching, cowering … More Arc 1 : Chapter 4-2

Arc 1: Chapter 4-1

I had some real life issues, so I couldn’t get much writing for the last couple of days, but things are back to normal now. Enjoy the chapter   Bran kept silent on the road. As more time passed after the earlier exertion, his body gradually got colder. The wind blowing from the sea didn’t … More Arc 1: Chapter 4-1

Arc 1: Chapter 3-3

Theodore stared dumbly at the window. After less than a second, he moved his finger toward it. Upon his touch, it immediately disappeared. He widened his eyes, and his hand made a sign. The window appeared again, just like the windows in Origin. It felt a bit surreal, to have such a window in his … More Arc 1: Chapter 3-3

Arc 1: Chapter 3-1

Theodore looked at the setting sun. Winter was coming, and days were getting progressively shorter. He had to prepare himself for the cold. Winter was a demon for Canadian people, especially since the global freezing the world knew some years ago, as the media would put it. His feet didn’t stop walking through the crowd … More Arc 1: Chapter 3-1