I decided to start a summer reading list. That’s all. Self-explanatory, really. First up: The Curse of the Griffin, Daniel’s Pride by Jerome S. Walford I’m already a few chapters in … so far so good. I’ll let you know how I feel afterwards. – Malik Mor Advertisements
So… you remember that web series I promised?
Whenever I don’t feel like dealing with the trains, broke — like I am now (become a patron!) —, or just so happen to be in the mood for a quick jaunt across the river to Chinatown. The Manhattan Bridge is and has always been, the start of my route to and through the Manhattan Isle….
He was a beautiful child, gilded, his skin glistened in the sun like crystallized nectar.
It began, like all things before, from within – the Change. Their once golden blood, darkened to a iridescent black. As their battle wounds festered and became infected with the pollution of the lower world. Hatred and lost consumed the minds of the Fallen. Their innate gentle dispositions became twisted and demented. Grotesque! Utterly grotesque!…
And so they fell, defeated and broken. The Loved Ones, No longer loved by their Father – Their King. Cast out for the crime of daring to live by self-design. And so they fell, like shooting stars. Broken and burning. Wings twisted, torn – useless. And so they landed… – Malik Mor