• Fan Fiction,  Soulful Sixteen

    Soulful Sixteen: Ho Seok

    His smile drew me in, long before he drew close. It was the kind of smile that brightened the room and pulled everyone’s attention. There was a beauty to him, as well, but it was the way he moved that piqued my interest. He was dancing as he approached, bobbing and weaving through the crowd, who all had become mesmerized like me. I watched in amazement, wishing my own body moved so smoothly. He was what others would call “happy-go-lucky”. A free spirit, radiating positivity. “Evening.” His voice chimed and I smiled and ducked my head, knowing another to avoid had appeared. “Good evening.” His smile grew and I felt…

  • Fan Fiction,  Soulful Sixteen

    Soulful Sixteen: Seok Jin

    The oldest of the seven, whose eyes spoke of power and wisdom, approached confidently. I knew, instantly, that he was one I should not dance with. I turned to the buffet table and eyed the food, as if trying to decide. “I’d avoid the sushi, if I were you. It’s seems a little fishy!” He murmured, closer than I had expected, and I giggled in response before regaining my composure. “Is that not the point?” I asked, spinning to face him. “I suppose.” He mumbled, as if seriously considering my answer. “Would you prefer to hear a joke about construction?” I shook my head quickly and glanced around for my…

  • Fan Fiction,  Soulful Sixteen

    Soulful Sixteen: Prologue to Seven

    My mother looked me over once and smiled gently. “You are truly beautiful.” I smiled gently. “Thank you, mother.” One of her delicate hands tucked a strand of hair behind my ear and she smiled once more. “I can’t believe it is already time…” The time she referred to was my sixteenth birthday. I was finally a woman and, as such, a ball was being held in my honor. I would dance the night away with all of the eligible bachelors.  As if reading my mind, my mother spoke. “You will dance with everyone, with exception. There are seven you must never dance with.” “Why?” I asked my mother inquisitively.…

  • Stories,  The Resistance Series

    The Resistance Series: Egoist’s Lead Singer

    Takashi Sui glanced around once more. He’d been sure that he had heard soldiers but they were nowhere in sight.  Stepping from the shadow of an old building in Ward 2 of the Kanto region, Sui made his way through the desecrated temple. The ruins appalled him but that did little to halt his progress. He had no time to mourn the loss of his country. He needed to return to the ‘Burrow’ before night set; and he was currently being tracked by some livid foreigners. That was to be expected, considering the contraband that currently sat tucked in his right breast pocket. He had been exiting the black market…

  • 3hree is WAR,  Stories

    3hree is WAR – Chapter 7

    As the bell rang, signaling the end of Lisanna’s first day, Lance took her hand and guided her through the hallways towards the front gate. He hadn’t been kidding about maintaining an image, as he’d changed his attitude and demeanor before leaving the comfort of the roof, and she now walked beside a much more intimidating figure. His appearance hadn’t really changed much, he now wore a tie that had earlier been cast aside, but he exuded an aura of power. They walked through crowded hallways, a sea of people parting to let them pass.  It was evident that the group was always together and Lisanna imagined it looked like…

  • 3hree is WAR,  Stories

    3hree is WAR – Chapter 6

    The entire situation was absurd, Lisanna thought to herself as she followed around the Student Council Vice-President, Takashi Imoto. She’d lost her scholarship over a part-time job she no longer had. Apparently, according to the dying geezer at her old school, working throughout the school week was prohibited for scholarship students. Lisanna felt bitter. If that was the case then she should have at least gotten a warning. Instead, she now walked through the halls of Normanth, delinquent central. She’d heard the rumors about this school, as had most of the country. Tuition was ridiculously cheap but, in exchange, they accepted students who had nowhere else to go. In terms,…

  • 3hree is WAR,  Stories

    3hree is WAR – Chapter 5

    Hayden was beyond infuriated. Upon arriving at Lisanna’s apartment, he discovered that she had packed up her few belongings and left earlier that day. Not only had she run but, according to her neighbors, she’d been with two men. Hayden’s blood boiled at the thought. He suddenly wished that he would have put a leash on her sooner. It was not finding her that would be a problem; he was just aggravated that he had to waste his time with such a meaningless task.  As he returned to his vehicle he pulled out his cell, dialing his friend at the police station to put out an APB on Lisanna. The…

  • 3hree is WAR,  Stories

    3hree is WAR – Chapter 4

    Hayden had been practically beaming with excitement all day. It was more than unusual and a few associates could have sworn they saw the beginnings of a smile playing at his lips. The people at his Tokyo branch hadn’t known how to react. He’d never been a man who shared his emotions and many argued whether he had them. Even more shocking had been when Hayden had bounded out the door early claiming he had an important meeting. There was nothing on the schedule for that afternoon and the rumors quickly filled the office of the boss’s “new mistress”. Hayden climbed in the car and sped towards his destination, knowing…

  • 3hree is WAR,  Stories

    3hree is WAR – Chapter 3

    The sun had begun setting, a delicate glow cast across the hood of the car as they pulled into the small lot of the waterside restaurant. Hayden looked pleased with himself, leading Lisanna’s graceful form through the large double doors and over to a waiter who quickly escorted them to the back of the restaurant where a wooden dock looked out over the sea. The gentleman held a menu to Lisanna but Hayden brushed it away and placed their orders, not allowing her a chance to even glance at the menu. He honestly doubted she would order anything but water if she saw the prices.  Lisanna should have been aggravated…