|My first Daily Deviation. |
My thanks to everyone who read the story, and to those who said they enjoyed it, I'm glad to hear it. This was a fun piece to do.
|The October Contest Winner. |
This is one of the works I've enjoyed making just as much as, if not more than, many of my role-playing campaigns. Alex Stryker, the character in this story, he's been in a lot of other projects and games that I've been involved in.
Handling Digimon, wielding powers for shaping matter, and now as a werewolf.
NaNoWriMo 2014 - Day 11-17NaNoWriMo 2014 - Day 11-17 by SilverWerewolf09
- Chapter 3 -
- Ben -
Ben was nearing Elliot’s farm when he began fantasizing about marching towards a skirmish outside of town. Despite the sword at his side, he didn’t draw it when he imagined ranks of enemy soldiers coming his way. Instead, he held an imagined shield in front of him, his gaze glancing around, watchful for arrows or an ambush.
It was the kind of situation, however fantasized, that made his idea of paper armor seem like a flight of fancy. More so when he began imagining what an arrow in the right place would do to such armor.
I could add some leather backing to the paper scales…or do I even need to?
He stayed lost in thought until he heard his name being called, then looked up. Elliot was readying to meet him on the road. “How’s my sword?”
“Fixed and cleaned, like new.”
“You looked like you were about to practice with it on the way.” Elliot said as he examined the blade.
Ben shook his head. “Wouldn
NaNoWriMo 2014 - Day 4-10NaNoWriMo 2014 - Day 4-10 by SilverWerewolf09
- Chapter 2 -
- Gilder -
The feline Animal-Man had almost come to by the time Gilder laid him down in the cart, his hands and legs bound and his eyes covered; part of the fur on his head was raised from where the ice chunk had hit and he sounded nauseous. Something Gilder expected from someone whose mind had been dominated, even for as short a time as it had been.
“Apren?” Her response was delayed.
“The other one alright?”
“No,” The new voice meant Gilder didn’t need to see who’d spoken, “Go fall off a cliff and die.”
“Maybe I should let you instead of turning you in?”
“Ha. Good luck finding one anywhere near here.”
“Keep it up, highwayman. I can be very patient when dealing with people like you.” The lack of response from either the highwayman or Apren was Gilder’s cue to check on his wagon and goods. Within seconds, he found at least two bags that looked, and upon
NaNoWriMo 2014 - Day 1-3NaNoWriMo 2014 - Day 1-3 by SilverWerewolf09
Prologue – Past Ten Cycles
Second Year, Waxing Quarter – Plague surfaces in two cities within the Shifter-Folk/Animal-Men empire.
Fourth Year, Mid-Quarter – Plague quelled thanks to all three empires teamwork, although the Elemental and Human empires remain affected by cases popping up along their borders.
Fourth Year, Waxing Quarter – Talks begin in the Human empire of setting up quarantine checkpoints all along their borders. The Elementals see reason in the move, but because of their proven immunity to disease, they demand free passage of the trade wagons manned by them alone.
Fifth Year, Late Quarter – The plague resurfaces in two new cities, this time one each in the Human and Shifter-Folk/Animal-Men empires. Requests go out to the Elementals to find the source of the plague.
Fifth Year, Waxing Quarter – Reports of a blast and a following inferno in the SF/AM empire forests draw attention, and support, from all three empires. Although the fire i
|Many of my deviations are based on werewolves or forum/pen-and-paper role-playing games.|
Mass Effect 3 Alternate Endings. SPOILERSMass Effect 3 Alternate Endings. SPOILERS by Arkis
MASS EFFECT 3 ALTERNATE ENDING *SPOILERS OBVIOUSLY*
**EDIT** Holy crap this got way more attention than I was expecting. The comments and support have been amazing everyone!
A few points: Credit where credit is due; this ending, as much as everyone seems to love it, was only created because the amazing team at Bioware created a universe that was so rich and full of life and detail. As much as I know a lot of fans are hurt by what they did, we need to remember that Bioware still created an incredible trilogy, one of the best ever. So hats off to them all round.
Also, this was written really fast and so the ending (specifically the last part on how you actually win using TIM's signal) isn't very fleshed out. I know there are holes, and they can actually be fixed quite easily. This isn't perfect. Also, this doesn't deal with a 'happy' ending. If there were to be one, or you were to even CONSIDER taking the fourth option, you'd need to be damn ready. I'm talking ALL war assets e
And here it is. The first beta hardcover copy of Werewolf Tale.
This arrived at my door yesterday, and how great it feels to hold my work in-hand, in this format, and look over every bit of it is incredible; Shadow-Wolf’s artwork completes it, no question.
However, like beta releases of video games, this copy has a number of faults on display that I need to iron out before the final publication date.
The most obvious is on display on the right side of this collage. When I opened the book for the first time, I found fifty or so percent of the pages were left unprinted. Ouch.
I would assume it has to do with uploading the file as a PDF, since I’ve had issues with Adobe’s software and formats in the past. Some on Lulu’s forums have suggested uploading a .docx file instead, which is what I plan to do next after getting a subscription to Office 365 and reformatting the draft to Word from Kingsoft Writer.
- Current Plans for Publication -
While that is going on, I am preparing to start a sole proprietorship publishing company for Werewolf Tale and all my future works. (Taxes and Liabilities are the most pressing things to look into concerning this idea.)
‘Renegade Publications’ is the name I’ve chosen, unless it turns out someone else is using the name in such a way that I can’t do so. (Doubtful, but never know.) Either way, I’m currently thinking of ideas for the logo for this company and I hope to have it on display before the official publication date, and in the final copies.
- Open Beta Read -
The Open Beta Read for Werewolf Tale is still ongoing. The details are here: silverwerewolf09.deviantart.co…
If you’d like to take part, Note me and I’ll send you what you need.
- Second Copy-Edit -
Angi has finished the second copy-edit, and I should have it back by the end of this month. Likely won’t have to edit as much as before, though I’m not banking on that much.
- Second Updated Chapters/EPUB Release -
As I promised before, once the second copy-edit is finished, I’ll be posting even more of the nearing-completion draft in PDF and EPUB for everyone’s reading pleasure.
- NaNoWriMo 2014 -
I will be taking part in this year’s NaNoWriMo, and like before, posting what I come up with every other day; I’ll continue working on Werewolf Tale II and Magician’s Tale where I can.
I believe that’s everything of note going on right now, so Auf Wiedersehen until next time.
- Adam G.
I came across this site while browsing for werewolf art years ago. Since then, I believe I've found a better calling in writing fiction, fan-based or otherwise.|
I've recently graduated from The University of Houston with a Bachelor's in Business Management, and am working towards publishing my first novel, Werewolf Tale. Looking forward to that moment when I can hold my work in my hands as a finished product.
Otherwise, I'm usually gaming on my seems-to-be-dying XBOX 360 and editing for GatherYourParty.com. Good times.
George brightened at the knock at the door. It was "Shave and a Haircut," the same knock he always gave. He still looked through the peephole but knew all along who it was.
"Trevor!" he exclaimed once the door was unchained.
Green eyes glinted in the dark, and strong arms balanced a bouquet of daffodils and a plate wrapped in plastic.
"I'd hug you, but then you'd be wearing these," Trevor explained. He entered and set everything down on the dining room table. "OK, now," he suggested, arms outstretched.
George embraced his son, but with lips pursed. Trevor took care not to hurt him.
"You know," George said, "it's a shame to wear such a nice suit with all that scruff on your face."
"It's fur, Dad," Trevor retorted.
The kitchen door opened, and a tall, thin woman of about forty approached with a bowl of potato salad.
"Tessie!" Trevor yelped, and ran across the room to nuzzle her before she could put the bowl down. She giggled, sounding significantly younger.
"Help with anything?" Trevor i
Low Tide"Hey," Heather called out from the back door. "I thought of something."
"What's that?" Frank asked absent-mindedly as he blended blue and red to make ocean water.
"We haven't been swimming since last summer."
"Oh, you're right," Frank said, surprised. "We should practice before we go to Florida."
"Two steps ahead of you! Put your trunks on."
"But it's dark out, and we're miles from the lake," Frank sputtered.
"Just trust me," Heather teased. "I'll go change, too. Race you!"
With his best skeptical smile, Frank put down his pencils and headed for the bedroom. Heather already was in the closet to get her swimsuit. Frank went to the dresser and dug around for his trunks. He finally found them, and with a shrug, undressed to put them on.
To his dismay, they barely stayed up. He tugged at the drawstring, but willpower was still all that kept them from sagging. "Heather?" he whimpered.
His wife emerged from the closet with the same predicament; both bikini top and bottom were too loose for c
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