About Goatfiend_18

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Name:
Goatfiend_18
Sex:
Female 
Interests:
Video games (Really in the Dragon Age world at the moment, but usually play FPS), writing, reading, more writing...
Favorite Books:
Hobbit, Inheritance Cycle, Harry Potter
Favorite Authors:
Tolkien, Paolini, Rowling
Favorite Movies:
Lord of the Rings, Hobbit, Conjuring, Mama, Avengers, Thor (1&2)
Favorite Music:
Anything
Listen to classical/film scores when I'm writing though
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03 Dec 2013
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Banished (Chapter One)

The droning sound of my alarm clock shattered the peacefulness of my dreams, and I groggily hit the off button and then proceeded to stretch, stifling a yawn. The dim glow of the alarm clock read 6:00AM, and the sun had yet to rise. There was a lovely pink that colored the sky from my open bedroom window and a small draft of air carried my white curtains from their rest at the frame. It...

Added 07 Dec 2013 | Category Fantasy | Votes 1 | Avg Score 5 | Views 869 | 1 Comment

Banished (prologue)

There were little fireflies in the dark sky, and that's how I knew it was nighttime. Momma called them stars, and I always loved looking up at them. There was also an enormous white will-o'-the-wisp that watched over the fireflies, but Momma called it the moon. Momma sometimes let me sit outside the place where we sleep to look up at the stars with her, and that's what I was doing now. ...

Added 05 Dec 2013 | Category Fantasy | Votes 2 | Avg Score 5 | Views 925

The Ghithorian

The universe is a cold, dark place. It goes on, forever, and ever, and there's nothing we can do about it. There's nothing that can change the fact that one day, the stars will go out, one by one, dying as they fade from the sky we so desperately love. We look up and see death, the slow death of the universe as stars explode, or get swallowed up by black holes, or get overrun by alien races...

Added 04 Dec 2013 | Category Science Fiction | Votes 2 | Avg Score 5 | Views 655

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