CHANNILLO
The Power Of Creatures
By Jonathan Currinn

Series Description:

2168, the last human survivors have fled to a remote island in the Pacific Ocean. Jeffery Reid has received intel that a missile will end all human life tonight. As a last resort, Jeffery and his assistant Maria has sent futuristic items into the past to eight warriors, in the hope they can change the future.

Each warrior will come against a supernatural creature. It's down to them to change the future. Teamwork and communication are essential. They have the ability to pass items between time and space, but will this really help them?

A fight to save the world and the human race. Can changing the past really change the shape of the future? Or will the ending always remain the same? Fate is fate after all, right?

The Death of All Ghosts is set in 1692 during the Salem Witch Trials. Our main character, Lora, is a ghotamery (someone who can see, touch and talk to ghosts). The incantation to pass ghosts on to the other side no longer works, and ghosts are coming to her for help; but with the witch trials surrounding her, she'll have to be discreet and be careful of who she can trust.

Army of Zombies Dexteria is at war, her coven is severely outnumbered compared to the growing zombie army. How do you kill zombies on a mass scale?

Vampire Sovereign Vampire King, Callum Knight, has had the toughest few years, from being in the wrong place at the wrong time, to learning vampire life, to becoming the ruler of the UK & Ireland. Now people want his power, his reign. It's to kill or be killed. To be Vampire Sovereign he'll need to defeat Queen Rachelle of the USA & Canada. It's not as easy as it sounds.

The Hunt for the Truth James' wife and kids were murdered by werewolves, he is on the hunt to expose their existance. Is truth really worth it, especially when James and Rachel's test of friendship comes into play?

They Reap What They Sow is set on Ribald's home planet Beschala, three clans coexhist in harmony. When fire and ice attack Beschala, it's down to Ribald to fight for his life and the future of humanity.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Monthly
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Jonathan Currinn:

Jonathan Currinn

Jonathan Currinn has been writing for years, in the past he has focused on reviews. His website CriticJonni has been active for a number of years, he publishes music video reviews, as well as column based articles.

He lives with his family and old border collie dog, Harvey. He has graduated in Creative Writing & Journalism from Staffordshire University. His passion is to write and he is excited to be releasing The Power of Creatures on Channillo.

Acknowledgements:

For everyone who believed in me. For my parents who encouraged me to write, for my brother who annoyed me endlessly allowing me to create annoying characters.

For every person that has ever came in and out of my life, whether you believe it or not you inspired a part of one of my characters.

Thanks to Emma Bing, for buying me tea at the café I used to write at and for telling me that she can't read my writing during my first drafts.

Thanks to Laura Roberts for telling me I can always meet my deadline and still go out clubbing, telling me I can do it, and I surely did.

Thanks to my creative writing lecturers who always ecouraged me to write and gave me brilliant feedback. They also told me that if I put the effort in I'd be able to complete my degree... 35,000 words later and my degree was finally complete! Thanks for believing in me.

Thanks to my journalism lecturers, who encouraged me to keep writing and finding stories, although they told me that I was likely to fail with my work load, it only made me fight harder and graduate. Guess I proved you wrong.

A special thanks to all the people who made a book cover for me, or at least came up with an idea or sent me a few drafts.

Lastly thank you to every one of my friends, you all know who you are, I'd fill the entire Channillo website with all your names, you all believed in me, told me I was amazing, and gave me inspiration. Without you I'll never have believed in myself. You are my first fans and I hold you all dearly. I also hope I can share my journey with you and you can share yours with me. I love you all more and you lot know that :)

Notes:

Cover design by the amazing Amy-Kate Brennan. Photographer based in Stoke-on-Trent. Thank you so much for designing my first book cover.

Visit her website: http://www.amy-katephotography.co.uk
Like her Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/Amy.K.Photography

 

The series was completed in May 2015 and submitted as my 10,000 word university creative writing project. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.







Series Description:

2168, the last human survivors have fled to a remote island in the Pacific Ocean. Jeffery Reid has received intel that a missile will end all human life tonight. As a last resort, Jeffery and his assistant Maria has sent futuristic items into the past to eight warriors, in the hope they can change the future.

Each warrior will come against a supernatural creature. It's down to them to change the future. Teamwork and communication are essential. They have the ability to pass items between time and space, but will this really help them?

A fight to save the world and the human race. Can changing the past really change the shape of the future? Or will the ending always remain the same? Fate is fate after all, right?

The Death of All Ghosts is set in 1692 during the Salem Witch Trials. Our main character, Lora, is a ghotamery (someone who can see, touch and talk to ghosts). The incantation to pass ghosts on to the other side no longer works, and ghosts are coming to her for help; but with the witch trials surrounding her, she'll have to be discreet and be careful of who she can trust.

Army of Zombies Dexteria is at war, her coven is severely outnumbered compared to the growing zombie army. How do you kill zombies on a mass scale?

Vampire Sovereign Vampire King, Callum Knight, has had the toughest few years, from being in the wrong place at the wrong time, to learning vampire life, to becoming the ruler of the UK & Ireland. Now people want his power, his reign. It's to kill or be killed. To be Vampire Sovereign he'll need to defeat Queen Rachelle of the USA & Canada. It's not as easy as it sounds.

The Hunt for the Truth James' wife and kids were murdered by werewolves, he is on the hunt to expose their existance. Is truth really worth it, especially when James and Rachel's test of friendship comes into play?

They Reap What They Sow is set on Ribald's home planet Beschala, three clans coexhist in harmony. When fire and ice attack Beschala, it's down to Ribald to fight for his life and the future of humanity.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Monthly
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Jonathan Currinn:

Jonathan Currinn

Jonathan Currinn has been writing for years, in the past he has focused on reviews. His website CriticJonni has been active for a number of years, he publishes music video reviews, as well as column based articles.

He lives with his family and old border collie dog, Harvey. He has graduated in Creative Writing & Journalism from Staffordshire University. His passion is to write and he is excited to be releasing The Power of Creatures on Channillo.

Acknowledgements:

For everyone who believed in me. For my parents who encouraged me to write, for my brother who annoyed me endlessly allowing me to create annoying characters.

For every person that has ever came in and out of my life, whether you believe it or not you inspired a part of one of my characters.

Thanks to Emma Bing, for buying me tea at the café I used to write at and for telling me that she can't read my writing during my first drafts.

Thanks to Laura Roberts for telling me I can always meet my deadline and still go out clubbing, telling me I can do it, and I surely did.

Thanks to my creative writing lecturers who always ecouraged me to write and gave me brilliant feedback. They also told me that if I put the effort in I'd be able to complete my degree... 35,000 words later and my degree was finally complete! Thanks for believing in me.

Thanks to my journalism lecturers, who encouraged me to keep writing and finding stories, although they told me that I was likely to fail with my work load, it only made me fight harder and graduate. Guess I proved you wrong.

A special thanks to all the people who made a book cover for me, or at least came up with an idea or sent me a few drafts.

Lastly thank you to every one of my friends, you all know who you are, I'd fill the entire Channillo website with all your names, you all believed in me, told me I was amazing, and gave me inspiration. Without you I'll never have believed in myself. You are my first fans and I hold you all dearly. I also hope I can share my journey with you and you can share yours with me. I love you all more and you lot know that :)

Notes:

Cover design by the amazing Amy-Kate Brennan. Photographer based in Stoke-on-Trent. Thank you so much for designing my first book cover.

Visit her website: http://www.amy-katephotography.co.uk
Like her Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/Amy.K.Photography

 

The series was completed in May 2015 and submitted as my 10,000 word university creative writing project. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.