Hi all, I am not very active here these days. The end of my 13 years in school is coming up, so lots of exams and other time consuming activities. I have applied for a bachelor in texts and copywriting and I hope that will aid me further in whatever I might land on. Preferably a screenwriter for games and films. And a director.
Also, more progress in my sci-fi universe makes the pieces fall into place and writing easier. Here's a little draft from telephatic nerve host Maya Rezsnick's chronologies of personas and events in Iris, Siofra.
Subject N-R (deceased) – William Beaumont
"Beaumont was the great ghost of the A-wing. Apparently, he was 8 feet tall and had claws red with the blood of “tjevis”, the people of the Tjevoslakian union. It struck fear into the hearts of the A-wing subjects, even Red crawled into my bed once, scared that Beaumont wanted to get her from sneaking a peak at his old cell where he apparently had sold his soul to a deity from Cybele to gain the powers he now possessed. Oh yes, the rumors spread like wildfire and every time the story was told, more horrible details were added, hence the deity of Cybele version. But I knew the real story of the scared little boy in a leaden cell with only his mind as a companion for the 4 weeks he spent in utter darkness until he just could not take it anymore. When they retrieved his body from his cell, the autopsy revealed that he had drowned in his own blood from biting his tongue off. It was the only way for him to go, they gave him silicone cutlery and a padded cell. Something tells me his investors knew the risks.
I heard the crying whispers from his mind the hours before he committed suicide. His chest felt like it was burned from the inside cell by cell. It was like firework in his stomach and his legs were itching like they had fallen asleep. He kept crying over a device located in his chest, that it contained something so dangerous he did not dare sleep on his stomach. Connecting the leaden cell with the device, I figured he was a walking bomb. And I was right in my assumption that he was heavily primed. Dennis Ford, the Chairman of Emergon, had invested in an inconspicuous and mobile nuclear bomb. William Beaumont proved to be neither. "
Have a read and comment if you like! I like how it is developing, but creating a new universe is definitely the most challenging task I have taken on.