Dragon for Christmas part 1“come on Cody tell Santa what you want for Christmas” Cody's mom encouraged him.Dragon for Christmas part 1 by LastDreamwalker
She was standing over him as he wrote his letter.
Cody had a look on his face like he was thinking hard about something. He was almost finished writing his letter, he looked like he was thinking hard but he also looked angry.
Cody was annoyed about something completely different. Earlier that day when his English teacher gave them this assignment Cody asked “why do our letters to Santa have to be written?” His English teacher told him the letter needed to be written because there was no Internet or cell phone reception in the North Pole. Thousands of boys and girls received I-phones for Christmas, if Santa's elves could build those Cody wondered why couldn't they build a few cell tower. He never got a good answer to that question.
He was also thinking about Jack, the boy who had told him Santa Claus wasn't real. The boy who said he needed to grow up and only dumb kids believed in Sa
Dragons and damselsDragons and damsels by LastDreamwalker
Hello dear readers. I think were all sick to death of damsels in distress. This sexist cultural archetype can be traced right back to Greek Myth.
The story of Perseus, Andromeda and the sea monster codified the roles of hero, heroine and monster that would be retold in a thousand fairy tales. In which the hero kills the monster thus saving the girl and the girl becomes the reward.
The link below is a map of the Guggenheim museum, please keep it open in a second tab, it'll make reading this story much simpler.
Saturday, September 5th, 2009, Guggenheim, New York
Standing outside of the Guggenheim museum, Theo held the form of an six foot five human male, with blond hair exploding upwards from his head, either held up by magic or the cement he was putting in his hair instead of gel. He was wore black leather pants, black leather boots and a black leather jacket. There was a picture on the back of his jacket of a dragons head, Th
The Lost Princess, Act 1, Chapter 1 The first chapter of a Percy Jackson fan-fiction, here's the synopsis.
"After August 18th 2009, children with ADHD and dyslexia started going missing all over America. Two FBI agents, the calculating and tough Sofia Romanov and the empathic but slightly immature Kyle Zhao are searching for answers. But the more they investigate the more they see evidence of things that couldn't possibly exist. The normally cool, in control Sofia starts losing her grip as she gets closer to the truth. Is she on the verge of discovering the best kept secret in history, or is she just losing her mind?"
Dragon for Christmas: Part 1
I still haven't decided weather I'm going to submit this as a print or not. "Dragon under the christmas tree" focuses on a boy named Cody whose beginning to doubt that Santa Claus is real. He comes up with a simple experiment to decide the question of Santa Clause's existence once and for all.
Dragon for Christmas: Part 2
Dragon for Christmas: Part 3
I am a novel writer though i am not yet published.|
I am a huge sonic fan, both Archie and modern sonic.
more recently I am a fan of Percy Jackson and the Olympians and I have one fan fiction I'd like to publish for that.