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Angel Of Death: The Night They Drove Ol' Dixie Down, Chapter Nineteen: I've Been Everywhere

Officers in the Vampire Nation make poor soldiers. Hell. The soldiers make poor soldiers. I suppose this is because they tend to rely on sheer numbers to overwhelm rather than to actually fight. 1,006 more words

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Angel Of Death: The Night They Drove Ol' Dixie Down, Chapter Eighteen: I'm Moving On

I dance with ease through the converging onslaught. Their blades fall harmlessly to the ground as I weave my lethal web. Their leader, the one who demanded my intent, is among the first to fall. 988 more words

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Now it's Personal...But how personal?

So this whole writing thing is pretty personal. I take characters, thoughts, situations, daydreams, fears and desires, pretty them up and slap them down on the page. 783 more words

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The Journey...Forsaking self

Somehow God knows how to deal with us. He knows when to keep us calm and teach us the things we need to know about. He as well knows how to discipline us. 246 more words

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The Beast You Seek

His mark is not physical
No number is truly definitive
Of his claim
Yet all seek to see
What has no
Physical manifestation.

His mark upon the head… 602 more words

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Angel Of Death: The Night They Drove Ol' Dixie Down, Chapter Seventeen: Ninety Miles An Hour Down A Dead End Street

I am amazed at how easy the vampire generals are to kill. I believed that Floods would be harder to take down. Instead, he was way too easy. 1,039 more words

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Angel Of Death: The Night They Drove Ol' Dixie Down, Chapter Sixteen: Heartaches By The Number

It is strange that I am heading toward Washington, Dc to face a vampire lord. Still, I need to remind the Vampire Nation that I am still alive. 990 more words

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