„What ya mean, I was naughty, old man?!“ scowled the ogre in despair.
„But I eaten only da bad homans not liked by otha homans!“
He looked so sad. Then his eyes lit up!
„Got it! Eaten not enough bad homans!“
„Still have time to eat more bad homans, have I?“
I wish all decent humans a Merry Xmas; everyone else, I wish to become food for an ogre!
I have neglected this site this year, but it depressed me coming here, and my year was not good so far. However, seeing now the desolate state here saddens me even more.
I will try to write an Activity Report at the end of the year, giving you the gist of what was going on and what troubled me.
However, on this second Advent Sunday, let me present two stories I have written for Renderosity’s last two annual Holiday contests.
The first story is called The Long Silent Night. This story made second place in Renderosity’s 2020 Writers Holiday Contest.
The second one is called The Annual Winter Fair of Elves, Gnomes, and Dwarves. This story made first place in Renderosity’s 2021 Writers Holiday Contest.
Both stories have a Christmas theme with my distinctive personal tint, so do not expect something your conservative church-going granny would approve of, while your inner child will — and maybe your children also.
I hope those stories will cast a smile on your face and fill your heart with a bit of the Inner Peace Xmas — stripped bare of all religious nonsense — should bring to you and your loved ones.
Boundaries are fleeting in the Realms of AbyssalEros, and appearances can be outright misleading. So take a dare and enter the Creepy Toy Store.
Let me be your host while you warm yourself at the cozy fires of hell with a funny little story I wrote last year for Renderosity’s annual Holiday contest.
The Long Silent Night (English Version)
Die Lange Stille Nacht (German Version)
Today is the day — or better, tonight is the night of the nights!
Under the presumption that Halloween derives from the old Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of the winter, this festival lasts from sunset to sunset, as this is how Celtic days began and ended.
According to mythology, Samhain is a festival for the dead, as it is a time when the ‘doorways’ to the Otherworld open to allow supernatural beings, including the souls of the dead, to come into the world of the living.
It was a time of great bonfires and offerings. Offerings to appease the Aos Sí, the spirits or fairies of the Otherworld, with food and drink, to ensure the people and their livestock survived the winter. This liminal time also allowed dead kin to revisit their families, who offered them hospitality in their former homes.
Usually, the Aos Sí are pleased with the typical offerings of food and drink, but some expect to share more intimate moments with the living, especially those that feed on sexual energies.
So be ready to appease the Aos Sí properly when they come to ride you!
2020 was overall not a good year for humanity; personally, I cannot complain that much. And while I am in parts a narcissistic misanthrope, I care for enough humans in this world to not be an idiot. Thus, I behaved and was so far rewarded by karma.
Please, do not be an idiot that is spreading COVID-19. Stay strong and keep your beloved safe by staying home.
When, for once, humankind can prove that it is rightfully the dominating lifeform on this planet, you might even surprise a dormant misanthrope like me, who most often believes it would be better for the world’s sake if the gods would wipe us all out.
I wish you all a Happy New Year, and may it end better than it will start sadly for most of us.
It is that scary time of pumpkins and cosplaying, once more.
This night, the doors to the otherworld are easiest to open, especially if you have prepared the right signs for crossing the borders.
Whatever there will come through these doors, may it bring you scary fun – or lewd fun.
As our world is going down the tubes right now, may the otherworld enlighten us for a while. Locked away in our homes, let us shuffle through our shelves to find a storybook to grab, catch the beverage of our choice, and visit the world behind the pages.
creature of the darkness that prowls the naughty dreams of beautiful damsels,
like myself, knows the value of romantic love. Especially true love.
I am blessed
with the love of my girls. And every day I can spend with them is like a dream.
everybody out there in the turmoil, which is our world that he or she will find
love, and the courage to express his heart to his or her lover.
Valentine’s Day to all of you!
As these days are traditionally a time when gifts are shared, I want to share mine with you and give you my first published story “The Abyss” for free.
You can now download it from the Stories page.
I hope you
will enjoy reading it.
Merry Xmas to you all!