CHANNILLO
The Mission
By Edward Lockwood

Series Description:

The Mission is about the true final frontier of a strange world. Here lives a gloomy society of people exactly like you and I: same psychology, same physiology, and same anatomy. The only difference is–these people have a much greater burden to bear. And that is, as a whole species, to complete

The Mission.

With monsters, a plane that stretches on forever, and tensions rising ever higher, this is one science fiction thriller you don't want to miss. 

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Edward Lockwood:

Edward Lockwood is a Bachelor’s of Arts in English from U. of Wash., Seattle. His true passion and talent is reading and writing. Traveling for Edward is also important, considering he wants to know four languages (English, Spanish, Japanese, and [Programming]) sometime in the near future. He feels language is one of the primary foundations to every culture so it should be celebrated and investigated with fervor, an endeavor he is proud to say is fundamental to his lifestyle. Edward loves culture since it’s how he has come to know himself as a person and finally fit in with others. It wasn’t until going to college and starting to post on literary sites/blogs that Edward found a crowd with similar interests to him, and ultimately made him feel welcome to express his thoughts. This fortunate series of events has thus instilled a strong advocacy in Edward for his social groups (namely writers, poets, and students), leaving a feeling of connection with anyone else who shares similar interests. He's read Elements of Style by Strunk and White, and On Writing by Stephen King. 

Acknowledgements:

To my mother. Rest in peace... 

Notes:

Content Rating: PG-13. Recommended for audiences 13 and up, due to moderate violence and mature content. 







Series Description:

The Mission is about the true final frontier of a strange world. Here lives a gloomy society of people exactly like you and I: same psychology, same physiology, and same anatomy. The only difference is–these people have a much greater burden to bear. And that is, as a whole species, to complete

The Mission.

With monsters, a plane that stretches on forever, and tensions rising ever higher, this is one science fiction thriller you don't want to miss. 

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Edward Lockwood:

Edward Lockwood is a Bachelor’s of Arts in English from U. of Wash., Seattle. His true passion and talent is reading and writing. Traveling for Edward is also important, considering he wants to know four languages (English, Spanish, Japanese, and [Programming]) sometime in the near future. He feels language is one of the primary foundations to every culture so it should be celebrated and investigated with fervor, an endeavor he is proud to say is fundamental to his lifestyle. Edward loves culture since it’s how he has come to know himself as a person and finally fit in with others. It wasn’t until going to college and starting to post on literary sites/blogs that Edward found a crowd with similar interests to him, and ultimately made him feel welcome to express his thoughts. This fortunate series of events has thus instilled a strong advocacy in Edward for his social groups (namely writers, poets, and students), leaving a feeling of connection with anyone else who shares similar interests. He's read Elements of Style by Strunk and White, and On Writing by Stephen King. 

Acknowledgements:

To my mother. Rest in peace... 

Notes:

Content Rating: PG-13. Recommended for audiences 13 and up, due to moderate violence and mature content.