J.C. Bell was born in 1876 and attended the -- then newly formed -- Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. After a failed chemistry/anatomy experiment, he was infected with the undead plague at the age of 37 and has been physically rotting since then. Some of his hobbies include; lurching around in a daze, stumbling after living people while mumbling about 'brains', and quietly pondering the meaning of life, death and immortality with what limited brain capacity he has left. He also likes pets -- to eat them, of course.
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Limits @ Infinity 1
by J.C. Bell
Price: Free! 32480 words.
Published on April 6, 2013. Fiction.
The goddess Alana has failed. Now, the Elder Gods have banished her to the dying worlds, where she must suffer and wait . . . and grow strong, for one day she will stand against the Plague once more. This time, on the soil of the Seventh World.
by J.C. Bell
Price: Free! 84750 words.
Published on December 1, 2012. Fiction.
What is the secret of immortality? For the Dead Gods, it is a virus known as the Plague -- a corruption of the meaning of life itself. For the Elder Gods, immortality is in the life of a child -- evolution, the true path, paved by a power higher than even they.
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