As the door slid open with a sharp screech, he could feel the odd sensation of danger, as if somebody was coming for his life. Lo and behold, he was indeed staring down the barrel of a gun. “Freeze!” He heard the voice shout out against him as the door continued to swing inwards. Carter […]Read more "Corridors Of Gunterlacs: Chapter 18"
Hi everyone! HoiHoiSoi here! Recently as I have had some feedback from a critic or two from the WebSerialFiction forums (Check it out! They have a bunch of very good authors there!) I have discovered that my writing does indeed lack in fundamental story telling elements all around which is dragging down the story. In […]Read more "Massive Overhaul For Corridors Of Gunterlacs"
After a while, Carter finally stood up with a solution at hand, now he just had to test it out. Pressing a few buttons in accordance to what he had jotted down, the walls started to move and turn about the room, following the instructions he had given it. “Not quite there yet.” Carter mumbled […]Read more "Corridors Of Gunterlacs: Chapter 17"
As the door swung open, Carter instantly knew what was in store for him. The room was what it seemed like a little dome colored in deep greys and dark blues. This color palate was used on the walls, floor and ceiling in an almost indiscriminate manner throughout. Right in the center of it all […]Read more "Corridors Of Gunterlacs: Chapter 16"
Quickly, he removed the little hunting gun from his right pocket and pointed it into the air nervously. He spun his body around in a circle to make sure his sight had covered all areas, ensuring the coast was indeed clear. He noted that if the killer was in the same room as him, Carter […]Read more "Corridors Of Gunterlacs: Chapter 15"
“The second line is pretty self-explanatory I think.” Carter nodded. “The line ‘down came the rain’ probably means we have to go down the hill to find something.” “But find what?” Mariah asked. “I’m quite sure the second part of that line probably doesn’t mean anything.” He analyzed the ‘rain’ section of the phrase for […]Read more "Corridors Of Gunterlacs: Chapter 14"
Lying on his back, George stared up into the tree line, his eyes wide open, his pupils greyish in color, dead. Blood and gastric juices oozed from the sides of his mouth in a mish mash of yellow and red. It was unsightly and disturbing. His belly had been sliced wide open with his intestines […]Read more "Corridors Of Gunterlacs: Chapter 13"
Carter found himself scratching his head furiously. “Are we supposed to rearrange the alphabets or something?” “I don’t think so.” Mariah smirked. “These words are Latin I think.” “You know what it means?” Carter smiled. “I’m from Spain.” She nodded. “Guess you never know when your mother tongue will help you out huh?” “Great! So […]Read more "Corridors Of Gunterlacs: Chapter 12"
“What in the world is this place?” Carter asked as they walked on through the forest. It wasn’t just a greenhouse of any kind, the room spanned much further and bigger than they had expected. There was even a small hill that was sloping upwards in the very middle of the room. “Beats me.” Mariah […]Read more "Corridors Of Gunterlacs: Chapter 11"
The hallway was icy cold, as if somebody had left the air conditioner running for far too long while they were out. Splotches of condensed water vapor could be seen forming as mist as the group traversed through the dark hallway. As they trotted deeper into the corridor, they could see the light from the […]Read more "Corridors Of Gunterlacs: Chapter 10"