The Devil, AKA Satan, is a core part of the Polish tradition, and there are many stories of all types detailing the Prince of Darkness’ exploits there throughout the centuries.
Sometimes I have absolutely no idea where to start. Should I try and tie the book to Ukraine somehow? See if I can find a connection to the Soviet Union or the post-Communist era? Maybe there is something to be said about Ukrainian/Russian/Soviet university dorms? Or maybe I should talk about fear and psychological horror? Let’s go with that.
Originally humans were the brothers of snakes. Snakes are the highest order of being, capable of communicating and commanding all animals. They taught their language, Snakish, to humans, and for many thousands of years humans and snakes lived in harmony in the forest.
Roleplaying games are one of the funnest, if not the best, ways to bring a character to life.
Iceland is a tiny Nordic island in the North Atlantic Ocean, sparsely populated, with a sun that doesn’t always set.
Tracker (no other name) is an infamous mercenary; he has a red wolf’s eye, a nose that can track any person from any distance, and a spell cast upon him by a Sangoma (a kind of witch, but don’t call her that) that protects him against metals and poisons.
This book is many things, but mainly it is the diary of a Caribbean Zombie, and his attempt to decipher what it means to be human.
In a town, in a foreign world, a woman, an investigative psychologist, gets into an accident, and from there – to a place that is not a place, a space that is not here nor familiar, the space of the undying, and the unliving.
Empires are possibly one of the biggest of human constructs. They last for hundreds of years, encompass huge swaths of territory, and play a huge role in advancing civilization, usually with a heavy human cost.
The Orishas are the native gods of the Yoruba people who inhabit western Africa.