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|here are some chapters of my novel, "SPIKE". It starts on Chapter 0 by the way, not chapter 1 as one would normally think |
I've sadly stopped posting at chapter 15, because I'm afraid someone will steal my novel.. o__o' but I'm planning on trying to get it published when I've finished writing the whole thing (it's gonna be a looong novel), so I promise you guys that one way or another, when the novel is done, you'll get to read the rest
I'll keep you guys updated on the writing/publishing progress in my journals
Spike - Be All Sins Remembered"We are such stuff as dreams are made on; and our little life is rounded with a sleep."Spike - Be All Sins Remembered by Sphynx-SN
Shakespeare (The Tempest)
The gallows pole. A snakelike rope bound on it, quite stretched. The victim hanging by the neck wasn't present in the picture yet, still to be drawn. Spike sketched the scene he had stirring in his mind for some days now, a living picture from a half-remembered dream.
The work in the arts class that morning was about drawing a picture with the theme of free will. Normally Spike would avoid sharing the content of his thoughts with a teacher, but he couldn't get rid of that image and was urging to put it on a paper, it didn't matter if somebody else would see it. The teacher would probably tear the picture apart, but fuck it; after all it wouldn't be the first time he presented morbid pieces of art. "No artist is morbid", he remembered Sam saying to him in some occasion, "an artist can express everything. Oscar Wilde said that." Though Spike didn't consider himself an artist,
help spread awareness
just a little box to try and spread awareness of sexual abuse and child abuse.
The deviation above is drawn by me, and the Artist's Comment contains some of my views on this subject, and how I want to help the victims the way I can - through art and through spreading awareness, letting them know someone cares.
Hopefully, more awareness on the subject, getting more people aware that these things actually happen to millions of children on a daily basis, will increase the chances of the victims getting help, and hopefully break the silence.