|Here is my commission chart for 2014! I am in need of some money for upcoming projects and I would greatly appreciate any help I can get!!!|
Sigma: Part One, Chapter TwoPart One; Chapter TwoSigma: Part One, Chapter Two by BiancaMakesArt
“Oh, boy! You both are back already? I can smell it.”
One of the two men stared at the other with an annoyed expression on his face. He then turned to face the door and replied, “Don’t get too excited about it.”
Shrill laughter was heard from behind the heavy door. That was the end of that nightmare, for now.
The two security guards stood in front of the large, metal door that protected the rest of the world from the monstrosity that resided behind it. The prison was of the highest security locations on the planet, and there has been no history of any of the incarcerated beings ever escaping. That was a good thing for the people of Palladium, for never had they ever thought of someone as powerful as this person to ever be locked up. After all, he was extremely docile and was never expected to be caught by the international police force, and to remain captured, at that.
The two men standing at the door were named Roy and Paulo. For the
Sigma: Part One, Chapter OneHis hair was tousled and mused over his eyebrows, nearly covering his eyes. It was a chestnut color laden with ruddy highlights. The loose ringlets bounced slightly with every bump that the vehicle ran over.Sigma: Part One, Chapter One by BiancaMakesArt
William Bridgewater was sitting in the middle of the back seat of the black van. The windows were tinted, almost completely blocking out any incoming light. The woman driver had insisted that he sit up front with her so he could take in the scenic views of California, but William had insisted that he sit alone.
He clutched his Styrofoam cup of coffee tightly with both hands. His fingers were gloveless, so he was hoping that the heat from the dark liquid would radiate through the cup and to his hands. It was the middle of October in southern California. Even though the temperature was still warm, William still felt the chill from his home state lingering.
William hated the drastic changes of weather. He had wished that he was still in his hometown. After all, the weather was much be
The second thing coming up pretty soon is my next novel, Malnourished Souls, will be released sometime early next year!
I have a cover in mind and I am also wrapping up the first draft (FINALLY).
Here is a couple sentences worth of a summary:
A World War II veteran resides in Blitz-ravished London, England. He tries to spend the rest of his life as a writer, an inspiration to others, and as a scavenger for the one who saved his life on the battlefield.
I don’t want to give too much away, but that is what I will be working on mainly, as well as other things pertaining to my art and music. A lot will be accomplished in the next few weeks!!!