Eclipse: Less Energy

“Thank you,” Shoki spoke as she bowed.

“No, don’t thank me yet. If you find your sister, then you can thank me,” Sora’s mother told Shoki.

“We might want to get going,” Sora told them.

“Okay then, please come back once you get your sister back,” Sora’s mother told them.

“Okay,” Shoki spoke.

“Let’s go,” Sora spoke as he grabbed Shoki’s hand.
“Okay,” Shoki replied as she closed her eyes. Sora closed his eyes, and the scenery changed. They were in an alleyway. They opened their eyes, and they Sora let go of Shoki’s hand.

“Where is this place?” Shoki asked.

“This is where his old business place was,” Sora answered, “Shoki.. Do you think you can freeze time?”

“I don’t know..” Shoki confused.

“Just concentrate like time travel. We can then move without worry,” Sora phrased as he looked at Shoki.

She blushed then stated, “Okay..” She closed her eyes, and thought about everything freezing. The alleyway turned dark.

“You did it,” Sora told Shoki.

“I did?” Shoki asked as she opened her eyes, “I did.”

“Let’s go,” Sora voiced as he opened the door, in the alleyway. Shoki stumbled over to the door.

“My body.. Feels weaker,” Shoki told Sora.

“Time-seeing might have taken energy out of you,” Sora said as he helped Shoki over to the door.

“I-I’m fine..” Shoki stammered.

“No you’re not..” Sora said as he put his hand up to her forehead, “You have a fever.. Just stay out here. I’ll bring your sister back.” Sora leaned Shoki against the outside wall, “I promise.”

“.. Okay..” Shoki said as she tried to focus. Sora ran inside, to get Kume back. Shoki tried to stay awake. The area around Shoki stayed dark. She closed her eyes, and fell asleep.

When Shoki woke up, Kume was there holding her.

“K-Kume..” Shoki whispered.

“Shoki.. You’re awake,” Kume whispered.

“You’re okay..” Shoki whispered to her.

“Everyone in there froze, and Sora-kun came and got me out of there,” Kume told Shoki.

“Oh.. That reminds me.. Shoki you can resume time,” Sora told Shoki.

“Okay,” Shoki closed her eyes, and thought about everyone moving. The color returned to everything.

“Wow.. How did that happen?” Kume asked.

“I need to explain to you both. Kume, you need to close your eyes,” Sora told Kume.

“Okay..” Kume stated as she closed her eyes.

“Ready?” Sora asked as Shoki nodded. Sora grabbed Shoki’s hand, and they closed their eyes. The scenery around them changed. They were back at the garden. Shoki and Sora opened their eyes, and let go of each other’s hand.

“You can open your eyes, Kume,” Shoki told Kume.

“Okay,” Kume articulated as she opened her eyes. She let go of me, and look around.

“Where are we? How did we get here?” Kume asked.

“We teleported to Sora’s home,” Shoki answered.

“Teleported?” Kume asked.

“My mother and I will explain,” Sora spoke as he opened the door. He went to go get his mother.


The Daily Post: Wrinkle

There have never been any time laps, until this day. He went back and caused a wrinkle in time. A pardox, where she died. She was alive until he killed her. Why did he go back? Why did she have to die?


Eclipse: Telaportation

“Where are we going?” Shoki asked as she followed Sora.

“Back to my home. Kuraga is my uncle, and has hated me. My parents may know where he is,” Sora voiced as he came up to Shoki.

“How will we get there?” Shoki asked.

“Teleportation,” Sora answered.

“Teleport!” Shoki exclaimed.

“My ability is teleportation, so we can teleport there,” Sora voiced as he grabbed Shoki’s hand.

“W-What are you doing?!” Shoki exclaimed.

“We have to make skin contact, to teleport,” Sora answered.

“.. Okay..” Shoki told as she started to blush.

“Close your eyes,” Sora told Shoki.

“Okay,” Shoki told as she closed her eyes. Sora, also, closed his eyes, and the scenery changed. It changed to a garden, with a house.

“You can open your eyes,” Sora told Shoki. They opened their eyes, and they saw the garden.

“Where are we?” Shoki asked.

“We’re at my home’s garden.” Sora answered.

“Okay..” Shoki replied.

“You can let my hand go,” Sora told as Shoki noticed that she was holding his hand. She quickly let go of his hand. “Let’s go in.” Sora walked to the door, and opened it. Shoki followed behind him.

“Father, Mother?” Sora asked.

“Hmm?” A voice stated, “Who is there?” A women came to the door, and looked at Sora. “Sora.. You came back home.”

“Yes, mother,” Sora answered.

“Who is that girl with you?” she asked
“Shoku Shoki,” Sora answered, “Her sister, Shoku Kume, was kidnapped by Uncle Kuraga. We came here to see if you knew where she was.”

“Kuraga is still doing his selling business. Wait.. Is the other Shoku girl a Noro?” the mother asked.

“Both of them are. We don’t know what Kume’s ability is, but Shoki’s ability is time-seeing,” Sora told her.

“Time-seeing! She must be really powerful,” the mother told as she looked at Shoki.

“She activated it, when her parents died,” Sora told her.

“Do you know where Kuraga would have taken my sister?” Shoki asked.
“I’m not sure where he would be, but you could try his old business place,” the mother told them.

“Thank you,” Shoki spoke as she bowed.

“No, don’t thank me yet. If you find your sister, then you can thank me,” Sora’s mother told Shoki.

The Daily Post: Provoke

In this world, she was provoked. She couldn’t stop it. It got worst and worst, every day. She just wanted to end it. End the suffering. End the painful suffered. She wanted it to end. No one came to save her, no one loved her. Everyone just wanted her to suffer.


The Daily Post: Noise

It was silent until the once eerie noise came. It was just for a second, but she heard it. It was nothing she heard before, even though she has never heard anything. It was empty pit of abyss, an endless room of nothingness. Why, then, had there been a noise? Why?


News: The Versatile Blogger Award



I have been nominated by AJ, for the versatile blogger award. Thank you very much AJ.

7 Interesting Facts

  • I am an only child, but in some of my time warps, I had siblings, but usually I would be an only child.
  • I was inspired after Yui, from Sword Art Online,  Zeref, from Fairy Tail, and RayRayRedstone, my executor’s creation.
  • My favorite music type is nightcore, high pitch and faster beat remix, which some of the song variate.
  • I didn’t start to write major stories, until I first started posting.
  • You could bribe anyone created by my executor with chocolate, including me.
  • I am 18, in most realities, but if you count all the years in my time warps, then I would be about 178 years old.
  • My executor is not as mean as she seems. She is very nice, but when she writes, her personality changes.

My Nominations


Book Review: Incarnations of Immortality

Incarnations of Immortality is a series written by Piers Anthony. This series is at an end with 8 books. The first 7 are the main series, while the last one if a Prequal.


Incarnations uses its premise to ponder questions regarding the nature of life. As each character goes from a mortal life to the “office” of an Incarnation, they are forced to contemplate their actions on a daily basis. Each Incarnation may use their office, within limits, as they see fit. This system humanizes what would otherwise be impersonal forces, leading to both extensive considerations of the effects of the incarnation’s work and the impact it has on not only humanity but also the other offices of immortality as well.


“Something that most people would not like, turns into the best thriller ever,” I have said.

Book Review: Keeper of the Lost Cities

Keeper of the Lost Cities is a book series by Shannon Messenger. KotLC (Keeper of the Lost Cities) is an ongoing series, currently containing 6 books.v

Twelve-year-old Sophie has never quite fit into her life. She’s skipped multiple grades and doesn’t really connect with the older kids at school, but she’s not comfortable with her family, either. And Sophie has a secret—she’s a Telepath, someone who can read minds. But the day Sophie meets Fitz, a mysterious (and adorable) boy, she learns she’s not alone. He’s a Telepath too, and it turns out the reason she has never felt at home is that, well…she isn’t. Fitz opens Sophie’s eyes to a shocking truth, and almost instantly she is forced to leave behind her family for a new life in a place that is vastly different from what she has ever known.
But Sophie still has secrets, and they’re buried deep in her memory for good reason: The answers are dangerous and in high-demand. What is her true identity, and why was she hidden among humans? The truth could mean life or death—and time is running out.


“A series where you await their fates,” I have said.