Xavier Lorenzo Chapter 1 IXavier Lorenzo Chapter 1 by ~jet993
Xavier Lorenzo never had trouble doing anything in life. Of course, that was predictable, considering he was a prodigy child.
From the time Xavier was born, he was a prodigy child. When he was four years old, he showed his parents a model he made himself of the inner mechanisms of the Eiffel Tower. The outside of the tower was made of clear plastic, so you could see inside the tower. When his parents asked how he made it, he told them he saw the tower on TV and figuring out the inner structure was easy as pie.
Another time he re-created several of Leonardo Da-Vinci's most famous works, including the Mona Lisa, which was relatively close to what the actual paintings looked lik
The Mansion - TG Part 1It was your stereotypical stormy night and Nathan just happened to be driving down a long stretch of road that was originally blocked off from the public but his GPS said it was a shortcut to where ever his destination. Eventually his car decided it had enough and broke down near the front of what looked to be an abandoned mansion but it was hard to tell due to the weather. There was a little bit of light coming from a few windows but the rain was doing a really good job at drowning it out.The Mansion - TG Part 1 by ~halfpint51
He didn’t make much of an effort to move out of his vehicle so instead he just sat there. While sitting in his vehicle Nathan made a comment about how everything was just setting him up for the usual plot in a horror movie. He was a huge fan of horror movies, to the point where he could tell you what the movie was just by hearing the intro music/sound and the exact time in the movie where the character dies and how it happens.
Eventually the rain let up enough which gave Nathan a golden opport
A Devil in ParadiseA Devil in Paradise by ~DiscoAdam
Sam watched the jagged Miami skyline melt into the horizon as the cruise ship chased the sun towards the Bahamas. He pondered his reasons for agreeing to a seven day single’s cruise as he looked out over the sea, entranced by the seagulls hypnotic soaring.
Sam was a chiseled, hansom man with an insatiable lust for beautiful, athletic women. He had perfected an efficient process of seduction that produced perfect results and no unwanted byproducts. At first, he was in search of love, but he had quickly grown addicted to the fruit of his labor. He was in love with the lustful hunt and capture, his slain prey were merely trophies to be forgotten upon the next challenge.
The ship’s foghorn sounded, reviving Sam from his trance. He looked around the decks of the vessel, scouting for potential targets. The cruise ship was populated by a perfect one-to-one ratio of men and women, but few women were doing much to peak Sam’s interest. Sam decided to find a bar;