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Amongst the Sky

Amongst the Sky
ONGOING
129 pages

First came the stars. Then came the dreams.

Dreams that warn of the coming of celestial beings.

The year is 2036 and humanity faces one of its greatest challenges yet.

A technological war between the sky and the Earth manifests after aliens and cosmic beings seek revenge for a fallen brother, stolen and experimented on by the U.S. government.

Celestial entities from another dimension invade Earth, infiltrating the atmosphere through a hole torn in the sky. Humanity has to fight for survival and protect those they hold dear, while three teenagers must rise together to alleviate the battle before it spins further out of control.

Phoenix Newman, Alex Ramiro, and Andy Caulfield are three victims of a fallen economy, polluted to no end. Together, they derive plans to take down the enemies and save the good. The issue is . . . they don't know which is which.

Amongst The Sky is a book about the value of friendship, the fault in our stars, and the fears of mankind. It is a story about bravery and heroism, love and determination – how easily mankind falls under the heels of pressure.


They swaggered from the vehicle and stopped halfway across the junction with a disturbing aura of ambiguity, as if their bodies were robotic and all the components that made them human were stripped from their fibres; as if they might've been only so-so from shoulder to shoulder but dangerous from the waist down. Andy knew they were up to something – the way they instinctively glared at him was all the more reason to believe so. It appeared as though the apparel wasn't intimidating enough; they needed to foster nightmarish insanity – a demeanour he wouldn't want to spend the night alone with.

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Before The Hills

Before The Hills
HIATUS
20 pages

Before The Hills follows a family of five living in a supposedly haunted manor in Hatbridge County. Springwood, though it takes many other names depending on the timeline, is a great, good place in Maine, nestled comfortably between the tips of two hills. 

Emily Sheffield is a writer, the first daughter of the Springwood owner, who, years after her stay in the manor, documents everything that happened to her. Especially her crossing with the paranormal . . . things that she couldn't quite grasp, until now. 

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