Onto another month of reading. Here are my thoughts.
Prompt: You’re summoned into a parallel universe to be the Antichrist. The only problem is that you’re not feeling any more evil or powerful than you were before.
Prompt: When humans die, they turn into an elemental statue. Like one made of trees or the one made of ice even the obsidian one. You are a rogue artist that paints the battlefields after the battle.
Like months before, here’s the books I read in May and what I thought about them.
Like in previous months, here’s the books I read in March and what I thought about them.
Prompt: The first convergence happened years ago. Children’s books began to leak into our world. Years have gone by with the emergence of other genres from high fantasy to dystopian sci-fi. We have managed to learn the next one will appear, Lovecraftian Horror.
Prompt: Every month, a child sacrifice is offered up to a monster outside of town. However, in actuality, the child is one whose parents are more than happy to get rid of him, and the monster acts as the head of a boarding school for these abused children.
Prompt: Legend tells of a princess guarded by a dragon, but when you arrive to save the princess, you’re confused as to why the ‘fair’ princess is viciously attacking you and why the ‘fierce’ dragon is calling for aid.
Prompt: As Death, you have seen many different reactions from those you reap. Begging, bargaining, trying to elicit sympathy, bribing, anger, pathetic attempts at wit and snark and so on. This one was different, with a magic sword in hand, they request a duel for a second chance at life.