Mar 24

A novel in progress – Interactive Horror Fiction: Cale post 494

Interactive Horror Fiction: project #2, post #494

“Now, after so many millennia, the human race is back in the food chain. Without us, humans would continue to…”
“I know. I’ve seen the history books,” Cale interrupted as he brushed past Jude, continuing down the corridor. “I’ve watched the current events too. You don’t have to it all to me. Their vulnerabilities are obvious. We are the best chance for continuing life.”

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A Novel In Progress
Read the story’s beginning here: Cale’s Story

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Mar 19

A novel in progress – Interactive Horror Fiction: Cale post 493

Interactive Horror Fiction: project #2, post #493

“Cale,” Jude said as he grabbed his shoulders, as if he was a loving father. “We are not what it seems. We are not anomalies in some medical journal. This is evolution at work, happening before our eyes. In this world of apathy, the human race has grown weak, not just with health and immunity, but weak in humility, compassion, and capability. All growth has shifted from personal improvement to digital advancement.”

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A Novel In Progress
Read the story’s beginning here: Cale’s Story

– written work by

Mar 17

A novel in progress – Interactive Horror Fiction: Cale post 492

Interactive Horror Fiction: project #2, post #492

“By the time I arrived, she was screaming and taking swings at you. I pulled her away and then she treated me the same. There was no reasoning with her anymore.”
Cale shook his head. “I didn’t think she’d turn against us like that.”
“All she saw in us was blood-thirsty monsters,” Jude explained. “She couldn’t see past the symptoms to the blessing this infection really is!”

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A Novel In Progress
Read the story’s beginning here: Cale’s Story

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Mar 10

A novel in progress – Interactive Horror Fiction: Cale post 491

Interactive Horror Fiction: project #2, post #491

Cale’s shoulders dropped. “You don’t know what happened to her?”
“Not exactly,” Jude replied. “But I’m sure she’s fine, somewhere.”
Cale nodded.
Seeing the speed of acceptance in the boy, Jude held back the smile that nearly formed, replacing it with a frown instead. “She never accepted us even after we saved her life. And, it really pissed me off how she yelled at you… I could hear her rant from inside the house at the quarry.”

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A Novel In Progress
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