John Maciel made good on his deal. Just when I got back to my dorm room later that Wednesday after class, I found my room to be filled with all sorts of weapons. Enough for all the Nerds and Bullies to use. Spud Guns, Bottle-Rocket Guns, Paintball Guns, and BB guns. There was also enough ammo for all the guns too. After making a couple of calls, I got both cliques to carry out the weapons and ammo and take them to the school basement. It was nice for him to do this, but there had to be a reason he was helping me out, and I just found out what that reason was.
Today was Thursday, 6:50 PM. I was in the school basement in the area that the Bullies use as a hideout. It wasn’t all that bad, considering how there was a bed, a poker table, and a f…Read more >
The following day after the confrontation, the Jocks left a gift in front of the Observatory gates. The gift was nothing more than a small cassette tape from a camcorder. Luckily having one with them, the Nerds plugged it in into their and watched the horrific event unfold on the small screen.
The video displayed Jones as he was torn to pieces by Ted’s pet zombie dogs on the pool floor. They watched the whole thing. Watched as the Jocks pushed him down to the deep end; watched as he landed awkwardly down in the foot-deep water, possibly breaking his neck in the process; watched as the undead monsters pounced on their group member and tear his face off.
After watching the video, Algie and a few others could not stand to be in the same room as…Read more >
A Night To Remember
After Cameron made the suggestion, we went to the Shin Jo restaurant over near the waterfront. Like what she said, it was an all-you-can-eat buffet with lots of Japanese food to choose from. I got myself some sushi, onigri, and Japanese curry while Cameron got herself some tufo skin, jiaozi and mochi. This was my first time having Japanese food, so I was a bit nervous about trying something new. But after I gave each item on my plate a try, I was so surprised that I liked some of this stuff.
While we both sat in our seats eating our food with none other than chopsticks, we both talked and laughed about what was going on in our lives. “So, I found out that Debbie Monroe may be putting the moves on someone from the public s…Read more >
I have been thinking a lot about my writing lately, so I'm going to go ahead and give details on what's going to happen.
- First off, I'm going to be putting The Undead Side-Stories on hold once I get The Split-Up completed, which God knows when I may get that one completed. When I first started the anthology series right after completing Bully: The Undead Story, I saw it as another way of exploring and fleshing out the outbreak even more. It was exciting at first, but I pretty much lost my spark for writing it. I may get back to it in the near future once I get that spark back, but in the meantime don't expect a new short story once I get through with the current one.
- I don't know if you read my short story back in January, but it was The Bug…
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Today was Tuesday, and the best holiday out of all of them besides Christmas: Halloween. After getting a heads-up from George yesterday about his leader wanting to meet, I finally got the phone call right after my last class of the day. I regrouped with Cameron and we started making our way to the Bullies’ hideout in Bullworth Town. According to Cameron, they liked to hang out at an abandoned motel right near a railroad overpass that separate the downtown district from New Coventry, a crime-infested ghetto which I had yet to explore myself. Cameron offered to drive me over to the motel, but instead we took my car. I had to go fill it up with gas later after I meet up with Taylor Northrop.
“An abandoned motel? That’s a very weird place for a…Read more >