Monday, January 02, 2006


Now that the story of Chyubaer has come to an end (or has it?), I've kicked off a new, more ambitious writing project called Cherbeek Bay. Written in the same vein as Chyubaer, Cherbeek Bay will be a story told through a group of writers rather than just myself.

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Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Rev. Hal Carmichael: The end?

This is not how I imagined the end to come. May God have mercy on all of our souls.

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Neal Capie: Mass hysteria

One of the men who went out to look for their families, Bill Abodeu, returned yesterday with tales of a demon ambush. Needless to say, his story and his urging that everyone leave Chyubaer for their own safety is creating quite a panic. To appease the townspeople, I told them that I contacted the governor, and the national guard should be arriving within a day.

Monday, December 12, 2005

Curt Wilson: My contribution

Since the mayor won't ask for help, I'm going to do it myself. Well, my parents and I, since I can't drive yet. We're leaving town and telling everyone we meet about what's been happening here. I don't know if they'll believe us, but they've got to at least send help to look for the guys who are missing.

Sunday, December 11, 2005

Stacy Hubbard: The mayor is losing it

We had a town meeting yesterday, and everyone wanted the mayor to ask for help from outside the town, but he didn't want to do it. I don't know why he wouldn't want help. How could it hurt? Everyone in Chyubaer is scared, including me. Why won't he ask someone to help us? Because he doesn't want other people to think he can't manage his own town? That's so pathetic!

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Helen Troutman: Time to call in reinforcements

The men who went to look for the demons' cave have been gone for a week. Surely, even if they couldn't find the cave, they'd be back by now. I have this horrible feeling that something happened to them. We should call for help from another town or the state government or something. We're in over our heads here.

Friday, December 09, 2005

Bill Abodeu: It's all a jumble

How many days has it been since we left town? How much of what happened was real or a bad dream? We never found the cave, but the demons found us. I ran off and hid as soon as I saw one of them, but the others stayed and fought. I heard screaming, but I was too scared to stay and look. I just kept running. I don't know what happened to them, whether any of them are still alive. I have to get back to Chyubaer to warn the others. They aren't safe.