About me? Why thank you sir Sasquatch!
I am a Christian, a homeschooler, and a writer, I have started several books and finished one. I will add more later.
So Monday December 6 2009, around 10:00 AM Or 12:00 PM, I finished The Underworld Chronicles Book 1: War Clouds. I still have a few editing details to clean up but other than that, I am done with it! I might post it on here soon, after I get the copy rights to it.
This is a small story I wrote up to explain how the Werepyres began:
The Werepyre's were a genetic transfusion of Werewolves and Vampires. The Transfusion was conducted by a deranged Scientist that seemed to just appear out of no where, this happened in the early 1300's. Although it was never officially revealed how he got in that little village, but he did leave a letter. It turned out that he was a time traveler, well, he built a time machine but it was only used once. He traveled to the early 1300's to uncover the truth about the disappearance of one of his ancestor's. The time machine broke down and left him stranded. When introduced to the theory of MYTHICAL BEAST* he hired the most ruthless warriors and captured 1 Werewolf and 1 Vampire. He then started test with equipment he had brought from the future, after about 2 years the Werewolf died of hunger, but the Vampire never did. After about 1 year the test were complete he injected a serum into the Vampire. Then he wrote a letter to himself and had it passed down his blood line, when he went back to his lab the Vampire was out of his cell. He killed the time traveler and took his notes and made a army of Werepyres.
Jack Stevenson The RowelPyranto's Blog
Posted on December 8, 2009 at 10:00pm
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