The Raft

There is yellow; a color once thought to be full of joy. Now it is blinding, through the scattered spots of vision. Over the yellow, is blue, once thought to be a favorite color. Now both colors, both of these lovely colors, torture. They are the only colors seen for miles. Yellow at hand and…

The Stigma (Chapter 1)

The Unsigned Writer The Stigma Dystopian Fiction Novel By, J. M. Lilin “Keegan Jones! Belongs to the Stigma!” The announcer yells this out as if there should be applause to follow. As if the crowd should be proud. His rough, withered hand grabs my wrist and lifts it into the air. As if I should…

Nocturnal Fairy

The Unsigned Writer Nocturnal Fairies Short Story By, J. M. Lilin The lights that flicker and the one’s that just turn on by themselves, aren’t done with the perceptions that the unexceptional human being would instantaneously evoke themselves with. The lights did not behave that way because of an electric malfunction, a storm, a rat…and…

Sapphire Witch (Chapter 1)

The Unsigned Writer Sapphire Witch Dystopian Fiction Novel By, J. M. Lilin The stage towered far above the crowd and for a moment, it felt as if they were bowing to the power I held. I stand still, hiding away in tremors of fear I might have. On top of this stage, staring back at…

Dead Man Jettison (Novella – Part 3)

The Unsigned Writer Dead Man Jettison: Part 3 Action Fiction Novel By, J. M. Lilin “What do you think you’re doing Blinky?” Blinky? Gale thought to himself, why would he want to do this? Blinky was an old pirate with a horrible limp and a gruesome eye-twitch, giving him the name, he had. He had…

Dead Man Jettison (Novella – Part 2)

The Unsigned Writer Dead Man Jettison: Part 2 Fiction Novel By, J. M. Lilin Gale Caspian had the impossible ability to control the waves, the water, and the ocean. He was a born sailor, and now the king of the ocean. So, as a team, the Cruel Captain Caspian and Gale, the King of the…

Dead Man Jettison (Novella – Part 1)

The Unsigned Writer Dead Man Jettison: Part 1 Fiction Novel By, J. M. Lilin The exorbitant, baneful waves crash over the already, slippery deck, as another horrible and cruel storm went through the process of going over the dark sea and frightening the crew aboard it. The ship rose and fell and rocked and creaked…