Project Kahlid Episode 1: Memory Lane

Veryl has one job, prevent the humans from finding her kind, The Homo Ambrosius. This task has led her to a ruin city where the old Museum of Terra still stands. Somewhere in the massive crumbling structure is an artifact that contains the secrets of her kind.
Will Veryl be able to find the artifact, or will she succumb to her past and join the ruins as another relic? More
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About Rebeca A Easton

Everyone has that moment where they fall in love with something, be it sports, arts and crafts, writing, or games, the hobby suddenly becomes such a part of you it dominates your every thought.

For me, that happened when I moved from Guam to the States around the time I turned thirteen. It was a culture shock, going from military school system to the public, and some bullying that drove me to search for an escape from the rough halls of middle school. In my head, I discovered lands populated by mystical people who struggled to find acceptance in the world around them. I watched outcast dual it out with villains who ruled cities and felt the excitement as battles reached world-destroying heights. Before I knew it, I wanted to share those adventures.

In the beginning, it was hard. My stories never came out quite how I envisioned them. Sentences were mixed up, misspellings abound, and redundancies, lots, and lots of redundancies. Dyslexia was another added challenge on top of the trails of becoming an indie author.

Fast forward, out of middle school, out of college, the drive to become an author grew with me. I've had some successes and tons of failures. My years of writing woes have led me to achieve my dream as a self-published author.

Welcome, and I hope you enjoy reading these stories as much as I enjoyed writing them.

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