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The Trial Ch. 11
"Come now, Ms. Brown, no need to look so alarmed." Eliza looked up to see Kenta's cold smile. "As we stated, the women were already dead before we acquired their skulls."
Small comfort, Eliza thought as her mind conjured up an image of bat demons sneaking into a morgue, finding Spiker and Sponge's bodies and... Eliza's stomach lurched and she shuddered, wrapping her arms around herself.
Was this to be her fate, then? Another ghastly trophy for the Kurosaki war chest? Would she soon be decapitated  or would the removal of her head come after he demons had drawn out her death?
"No need to look like that, Ms. Brown. You will not share the same fate as Spiker and Sponge." Eliza looked up at Takashi's words. The demon lord turned to his niece. "I believe my niece wanted something more suitable, didn't you, Rin?"
"Yes, Uncle," the half-demon replied. "Spiker and Sponge were the true abusers of my brother, but I have little sympathy for someone who could have helped an orphan chil
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Literature
The Trial Ch. 10
"We have heard the testimony from both Eliza Brown and from a reliable witness," Takashi said. The demon's eyes fell upon the kneeling matron, icy as a winter morning. "Does anyone here wish to refute the evidence?" Predictably, not one of the assembled demons spoke and Takashi nodded.
"Very well, then. By our laws, Eliza Brown will be subject to the punishment we decide for her. But first, Ms. Brown will be allowed to speak, if she wishes."
Eliza bit her lip, averting her gaze for a moment. Uncertain as she was after hearing the testimony from Shinobu, she knew that this would be her last chance for mercy. She had to make her case now; she had to.
"Well, Ms. Brown?"
"I would like to say something," Eliza said, looking back up at the demon lord. Takashi's eyes narrowed, but he nodded.
"Very well. We will listen." Eliza took a deep breath and looked up at the assembled demons before her.
"I don't disagree that I committed an oversight and that I should have been more thorough in
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Literature
The Trial Ch. 9
"I have ssssserved the Kurosaki family ssssince the days of the late great Hazumo," the rat demon wheezed. He coughed a few times and shook his pointed face. The demon continued speaking, his words smoother.
"While I can no longer participate in the heat of battle-" Shinobu gestured to his right foot, where a large chunk of flesh was missing- "I can still serve the family in another fashion."
"Could you please describe what you were doing in England at the time of Eliza's actions?" Takashi asked.
"Scouting, my lord. There were rumors of a demon rhinoceros in England, though I can safely say there was nothing of the sort."
Demon rhinoceros? The beast that killed the Trotters was a demon? No, Eliza thought, the rat demon had specifically stated that it wasn't a demon.
"I take it then, this was the creature that was responsible for the death of my sister-in-law and her second husband?" Takashi asked.
"Hai, my lord," Shinobu answered. "Though I did not know who the victims were at f
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Literature
The Trial Ch. 8
"You're... you're..." Eliza stammered.
"Ahhh, you understand now," Takashi said. "And I ask you again: did you check James's records thoroughly?"
"...no," Eliza whispered.
A satisfied murmur ran through the room. Rin, however, continued to glare at Eliza, her eyes little more than golden slits. The fury in the half-demon's glare made Eliza's heart quake, but the matron remembered something.
"I admit that I committed an oversight, but like I said, only James Trotter was brought to me. Trotter, not Kurosaki."
"James is my brother," Rin shot back. "And he is as much a part of the Kurosaki family as I am."
"After all, blood alone doesn't make a family," Rin's cousin Kenta finished, idly brushing the front of his robes with a clawed hand. He smirked slightly in Eliza's direction and the matron bit her tongue. Given James's current situation, she couldn't disagree.
"Quite so," Suzume said. "And James may not be my nephew, but he is family."
"And we would have gladly taken him in," Tak
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Literature
The Trial Ch. 7
"Eliza Brown, you are guilty of willful negligence towards a member of the Kurosaki family," Lord Takashi intoned. "Have you anything to say on the matter?"
The word guilty seemed to unlock whatever chains had wrapped themselves around Eliza's mind.
"I most certainly do!" she answered. "For one thing, I've never heard of the Kurosaki family in my life, so I have no idea how I could be guilty of negligence, willful or otherwise!"
"You don't know of us?" Lord Takashi asked.
"No!"
The bat demon's eyes narrowed. "That is... unfortunate. Such a statement does not bode well for your case, Ms. Brown."
"Oh? And what of kidnapping me? We have laws against that sort of thing in England, which doesn't bode well for your case, Lord Takashi."
An angry hiss swept the courtroom. Eliza's indignation cooled as many of the bat demons glared at her, their fangs on full display. Lord Takashi, however, remained calm. Turning his head, he spoke.
"Isuzu, my dear, kindly explain."
"Isuzu?" Eliza
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Literature
The Trial Ch. 6
The hallway was alight with candles. Shadows danced on the walls as the entourage passed by. Several sliding doors were set into the walls, leading to what Eliza knew were the various rooms of the manor. She couldn't hear anything coming from behind the doors, but she didn't have an opportunity to learn anything about the manor's occupants. The demon guards hurried her down the hall while Suzume ignored the shivering matron completely. Eliza chanced another glance at the guards; one of them caught Eliza's eye and his lip curled back from his fangs in an all-too-familiar expression of disdain. Well, that was expected, at least...
The group rounded a corner before Suzume halted. In front of them was another sliding door, though this one was made of solid oak. Suzume placed her hand on it and effortlessly slid it aside. Eliza barely had a chance to peer over the demon's shoulder before she was hustled inside, the door closing behind her with a solid thump. The guards stood still, circling
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Literature
The Trial Ch. 5
When Eliza woke up, she was not alone. A girl of about fifteen was standing by the foot of her bed. At first, Eliza thought she was another human prisoner; she was watching Eliza with the same intent gaze that so many of her orphans had displayed. Was this girl hoping for Eliza to help her, as she had often tried to help her new charges understand that their mother and fathers wouldn't be coming for them? Then she noticed the girl's golden eyes and pointed ears. Her folded wings matched the dark black kimono she wore and Eliza knew the girl's- the demon girl's- claws were hidden inside the robe's long sleeves.
How could such... creatures look so human? Eliza was jerked out of her thoughts when the girl spoke.
"My Lady wishes to know if you would prefer beef, chicken, or fish," the girl said. She pronounced each word carefully, her accent lending a softness to her sentences.
"Wha-what?"
"Lady Suzume wishes to know what you would prefer to eat," the girl repeated. "You must
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Literature
The Trial Ch. 4
Numbly, Eliza followed Suzume to her room. The demon halted in front of a door and slid it open. Stepping aside, she motioned for Eliza to enter. The matron did so, any fighting spirit rapidly fading. Still, she gasped at the sight of the chamber that had been prepared for her.
The matron had been expecting a dungeon of some sort, a dank musty room where she would be locked in a cage or chained to a wall. Instead, she had been taken to a very comfortable looking room that, quite honestly, would not have been out of place in a Japanese-themed hotel. Three of the walls were painted a soft white and the one opposite from the door was actually a large sliding door that gave its occupant an excellent view into the manor's garden. To the right was a massive mattress, covered with a light blue quilt and plump pillows. To the left was a large screen concealing what looked like, judging by the steam rising toward the ceiling, a small circular hot tub. The middle of the floor hosted a small oake
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Literature
The Trial Ch. 3
"Wake up!" The girl- Rin's- voice was accompanied by a dig to Eliza's ribs with a bare foot. "Unless you can sleep in mid-air, of course."
Groggily, Eliza, tried to form words, but she was snatched up by one of the male demons before she could so much as utter a syllable. All three demons spread their wings and jumped. Seconds later, they were barreling through the bright sky. Twisting around, Eliza could see the sun behind them, slowly climbing higher towards its peak.
"What time is it?" None of the demons answered; in fact, they ignored Eliza completely and concentrated only on their flying. With a sigh, Eliza tried to get comfortable in the demon's grip, but his arm, looped unceremoniously around her waist, was like a band of steel. Eliza gave up and let herself dangle freely. Shutting her eyes, the matron tried to fall back asleep. She was rewarded with a light slumber that, while fitful, dulled the next few hours.
When Eliza came to fully again, the sun was starting to sink and be
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Literature
The Trial Ch. 2
As Eliza came to, she had the vaguest sense that she was floating. Her body felt as though it were gently bobbing up and down, suspended weightless in midair. She groaned, feeling the remnants of a headache slowly leaving her. Ugh, the children must have been trying their hand at making music again. She'd have to have Jenny confiscate the troublesome toys as soon as she got up. Eliza forced her eyes open-
-and felt her heart almost stop in her chest.
She was indeed hanging weightless in midair. Reason being was because she being carried by a strange looking boy with bat wings!
Below her, cloaked in darkness, was nothing but fields and trees rushing by at eye-watering speed. Twisting about to look up at her, Eliza recognized the boy's face as the one that had been at her window (last?) night. He didn't look down at her, though his powerful arms clutched at Eliza tightly, paying her no more mind than if she were a sack of potatoes. His wings, protruding from his back, beat the air at a s
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Literature
The Trial Ch. 1
The wind was fierce tonight. Eliza Brown was glad of the fire in her room as she shifted through the various documents on her desk. She was pretending to organize them all, trying hard not to look at the newspaper that was demanding her attention.
Eliza sighed, pushing her glasses onto her forehead. Her eyes, no worse for the wear, slid over the paper's front cover almost of their own accord. Eliza felt her stomach turn at the sight of the headline.
Happy New Family Start Their Lives Anew! Had it not been for the circumstances surrounding the story, Eliza would have assumed someone at the news office had been playing a joke. The picture under the headline was that of a very strange house; a dwelling that looked as though it had been formed out of a peach pit. Standing in front of it was a group of no less than five enormous insects, all of whom might have passed for humans had it not been for their unique body shapes and their extra limbs.
Swallowing, Eliza stared at two of the
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Literature
The Trial
Prologue
By the light of a single candle, only the vague outlines of the two men could be seen. One was hunched over a thick wooden staff, his black cloak wrapped tightly around his wizened frame. The edge of a claw-like hand gripped his staff, making the wood tremble slightly. The other man leaned back in his chair, his body lean and steely. His thin, angular face was unmarred by age or injury. Behind him, rising from his back, the form of two massive bat wings made the darkness shimmer in the pale light.
"Most distressing news," the bat-like man said, his clawed hand drumming the edge of the table where the two sat. His expression was neutral, but his golden eyes, accented by the flame, were narrowed in thought.
"I thought it best to come to you at once, my lord," the second man wheezed. "I knew you'd want to hear it from a reliable source.
"Few are as reliable as you, Shinobu-san," the bat lord mused. "And I thank you for coming to me with this matter. I will send my sons and
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Writing Tips - How to Write Child Characters
Like most writers, there are many similarities and patterns that emerge across my stories. Some of it is author appeal - going into great details about locales, for instance. I’ve really come to like describing places, and clothing for some reason. Some of it is style. And some of it I’m probably doing unconsciously. It isn’t exactly a bad thing, although I am aware that if I don’t reel some of these things in at a certain point, they can get old and tired. However, one thing that crosses almost all of my works is that most of my characters are children.
I don’t want to toot my own horn or anything, but I think that I write children very well. At the very least, it’s what most people seemed to want me to do a writing tips on. And since this series had been on a hiatus for way too long, I thought that I’d take this one on. Because writing children… is a very easy thing to screw up.
Most writers are adults, and a lot of people have forgotte
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Literature
Kino's Song (Poem)
Deep in your smile I see the world seeing me,
I'm free to be free,
To be what I be.
When my heart's aching and is shallow on love,
I gaze to the doves,
And I find it above.
Let my desires fly along on a wing,
Along with my dreams,
Alone so it seems.
Thoughts from the heart on a pure spring day,
My mind floats away,
On a dream so they say.
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The Yellow Blanket (Pokemon, one shot)
Do you remember that day you spent in the Pokémon world?
It was such a normal, wonderful day, like any day in your own world.
In fact you nearly mistook it for a trip you made in your own world until the memories come into focus with such clarity and realism, the sights, and sounds and sensations all coming alive again, bringing you back.
You remember walking down the street because you had just missed the Ampharos powered streetcar whose steel tracks were set within the autumn colored cobblestones that reflected the afternoon sun.
You noticed a man walking his Herdier, and reminded that this was now possible, you let one of your Pokémon out to accompany you as you tried to navigate the city without a map.
Your Pokémon, thrilled to be with out in world with you, tugged you down a side street, leading you to a canal. You had smelt and heard the waterway, but hadn’t yet seen yourself.
Then you made your way along the street beside the water, loitering here and there,
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  • Listening to: Mr. Enter
  • Reading: Bonechiller
  • Watching: Animated Atrocities
  • Playing: WOW
  • Eating: Hersehy Bar
  • Drinking: Iced Milk
Well, my car got broken into today. I wen out to start it and found the door was slightly ajar and my GPS had been stolen. My mom's car had also been opened, but nothing was taken. Thankfully, I know my way to work and back, but I'll have to get a new GPS this weekend. I haven't a clue who did it, but I have a feeling whoever took my GPS did it because they needed money for a drug of some sort, as heroin is a big problem in our town. As of now, though, I'll be keeping my car door locked. Still at least my windows were intact and my car started.

But on a happier note, my little sister is coming home! She was away at LeMoyne College for nursing, but it wasn't a good fit and she hasn't been happy. Now, she has withdrawn for good and will be home by Saturday! While I'm sorry her first college experience hasn't worked out, I'm so happy she'll be home. And she'll find a better fit in time.
  • Listening to: Mr. Enter
  • Reading: Tides of War
  • Watching: Animated Atrocities
  • Playing: WOW
  • Eating: Sandwich
  • Drinking: Ginger Ale
Yes, I now have 4 dogs instead of three. My mom took two of our dogs to get groomed and the groomer told my mom about Pepper, who is a fifteen-year-old mini poodle. This poor dog was abandoned at a vet's office, lived at two different shelters, and was recently adopted, then returned to the groomer (who also runs an adoption agency) a month later. Because of her age, the groomer asked my mom if she knew any families who would be interested in fostering Pepper until the end of her life. Mom volunteered.
And as far as dogs go, Pepper is quite sweet. She's near-sighted and shaky on her legs due to being elderly, but she's a good dog. And I'm glad we're making her remaining time on Earth pleasant; she really deserves it. Though I am refusing to call her "Miz Pepper" (her full name); Pepper suits her more.
  • Listening to: Undoomed
  • Reading: Stephen King
  • Watching: Undoomed
  • Playing: WOW
  • Eating: Deli Sandwich
  • Drinking: Mountain Dew
Hello, everyone!

Yes, I just got back from a 5-day cruise to Canada. Quite the trip, but it was fun. I went with my fiance, James, his brother Vinny, and our friend Nick. I must say it was FREEZING in Canada and on the ship (especially at night) but I loved being at sea like that. I really is incredible to be sitting at a restaurant table and looking out the window to see nothing bu water. The rocking of the ship took some getting used to as well, but when you felt the rocking at night in bed, it was quite relaxing!

We stopped at St. John and at Halifax. St. John was rainy and cold, but we had lovely weather in Halifax. Halifax also had a great maritime museum along with a Titanic exhibit. I also found a great little book detailing some Canadian ghost stories; spent that night reading them in bed and gave myself the chills ^^

For my first cruise, I have to say that, despite he cold, I enjoyed it a lot. James and I are making plans for another cruise for our honeymoon. This time, around the Bahamas, I think! But I'm glad the four of us took this trip. It was a great experience and though I'm happy to be home, I wish this vacation had listed a bit longer.

Oh well. Glad to see you guys again!
"Come now, Ms. Brown, no need to look so alarmed." Eliza looked up to see Kenta's cold smile. "As we stated, the women were already dead before we acquired their skulls."

Small comfort, Eliza thought as her mind conjured up an image of bat demons sneaking into a morgue, finding Spiker and Sponge's bodies and... Eliza's stomach lurched and she shuddered, wrapping her arms around herself.

Was this to be her fate, then? Another ghastly trophy for the Kurosaki war chest? Would she soon be decapitated  or would the removal of her head come after he demons had drawn out her death?

"No need to look like that, Ms. Brown. You will not share the same fate as Spiker and Sponge." Eliza looked up at Takashi's words. The demon lord turned to his niece. "I believe my niece wanted something more suitable, didn't you, Rin?"

"Yes, Uncle," the half-demon replied. "Spiker and Sponge were the true abusers of my brother, but I have little sympathy for someone who could have helped an orphan child avoid a harmful situation-" Rin glared at Eliza "-and chose not to."

"To say nothing of the other children under her care," Sosuke added.

"Indeed so, my son," Takashi agreed. "But James is part of our family. Doing him and him alone harm is what Ms. Brown mus answer for."

"But I didn't harm James," Eliza protested. Desperation had flooded her words, but the matron didn't care. "I made a mistake, yes, but I'm not the only one!"

"Yes, you said that before," Kenta said, eliciting a hissing chuckle from Shinobu and some of the other bat demons.

"Then you should remember me saying that I can only do what I can for the children. Children need consistency; they need a place they can call a permanent home while they're still young if they are to move forward with their lives after losing their parents. That is what I can give them."

"Do tell, Ms. Brown, are you trying to convince us of your noble intentions or are you trying to convince yourself?" Takashi asked. His words, though spoken softly, were like tiny daggers into Eliza's heart. The matron lowered her eyes as the demon's words hit home.

"You knew that Spiker and Sponge had no real interest in James's welfare, didn't you, Ms. Brown?" Lady Suzume asked softly. "Even if you didn't hear what Shinobu did, you could tell that they weren't good guardians, yet you placed James with them anyway because, in the end, it was the easiest course of action, was it not?"

"I.... yes," Eliza whispered. The guilt she had felt since reading about James's adventure- temporarily numbed by the trial- returned with a vengeance. Tears leaked from her eyes as she looked back up at he assembled demons. "I'm sorry."

"You're only sorry because you're being forced to take responsibility for your actions," Rin growled. "You're not innocent."

"No," Takashi agreed as he rose to his feet. "But then, if you were innocent, Ms. Brown, we would not be here today." he demon's wings unfolded slightly as he stood, their edges lined with bony spikes that glittered like knives in the candlelight.

"Eliza Brown," Takashi intoned, "By the testimony heard here today, as well as your own admission, I hereby determine, that knowingly placed the child James Henry Trotter- a child of the Kurosaki family- in a harmful situation. As such, you shall suffer as my niece's brother has suffered. Rin, would you like to contest my ruling?"

The half-demon eyed Eliza with cold contempt.

"While I don't think Eliza Brown is evil, she deserves to be punished. I can see the guilt in her eyes. As such, no, Uncle Takashi, I will not contest your ruling. I only ask that I be allowed to carry out her punishment myself.

A murmur of approval ran through the room and Takashi nodded.

"As James's closest kin, such is your right, Rin." Takashi nodded at the four demons who had escorted Eliza into the room. "Now, let the sentence be carried out."
  • Listening to: Nothing
  • Reading: Clive Barker
  • Watching: Nothing at the moment
  • Playing: WOW
  • Eating: Nothing
  • Drinking: Nothing
Here I am in Lancaser! Yes, my fiance, his brother, and one of our friends are on a short vacation (got here today and we'll be heading home Thursday). I've had to deal with a ton of stress a work (two people- both far more experienced than me- quit), so this vacation is just what I need. Short, yes, but three days away from the job is nice.

Loving the country and company!

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Jillian Roath
United States
Current Residence: In my mind. I only vacation in reality
Favourite genre of music: Any song with a good beat and message; no rap please
Favourite style of art: Fan art!
MP3 player of choice: My ipod nano
Skin of choice: My own, thank you
Favourite cartoon character: Lumiere
Personal Quote: My friends, I am a Rocky Horror fan. I am out of my mind.
Interests
  • Listening to: Mr. Enter
  • Reading: Bonechiller
  • Watching: Animated Atrocities
  • Playing: WOW
  • Eating: Hersehy Bar
  • Drinking: Iced Milk
Well, my car got broken into today. I wen out to start it and found the door was slightly ajar and my GPS had been stolen. My mom's car had also been opened, but nothing was taken. Thankfully, I know my way to work and back, but I'll have to get a new GPS this weekend. I haven't a clue who did it, but I have a feeling whoever took my GPS did it because they needed money for a drug of some sort, as heroin is a big problem in our town. As of now, though, I'll be keeping my car door locked. Still at least my windows were intact and my car started.

But on a happier note, my little sister is coming home! She was away at LeMoyne College for nursing, but it wasn't a good fit and she hasn't been happy. Now, she has withdrawn for good and will be home by Saturday! While I'm sorry her first college experience hasn't worked out, I'm so happy she'll be home. And she'll find a better fit in time.

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Hope you're doing okay, all things considered.
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Yeah, doing well, thank you.
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That's good to hear.
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Happy birthday, m'dear! :heart: :glomp: :tighthug: :party: :cake: :dance: Hope you have a lovely day! :D
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Ahzeya Featured By Owner May 15, 2016
Thank you. I did.
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Glad to hear it! :aww:
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Birthday cake by KmyGraphic
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Thank you.
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You-are-Welcome by KmyGraphic
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Check your email! ;)
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