Welcome to my blog! My name is Andrei Mazilu and I wrote a fantasy novel called Crux, that's also the first book from a series called The Angellove Society. I know it sounds like bragging, but my agent insisted on mentioning these things... But don't worry, you're in the right place!
Friday, June 29, 2012
By o.j. & toast
he said, opening his arms as to embrace the mountain-sized beast made
of blues and greens and cyans and turquoise, and a little sandy-beige
gradient where its hair was suppose to be. "The LEVIATHAN!"
"The Leviathan? What's a Leviathan?" I asked all-puzzled, for I had never seen such a monster before.
"This is a Leviathan!" the goblin replied with a grin that could blind the sun. If the sun had eyes and would actually take any interest in my ailurophobiac green companion.
"...Okay. What does it DO?"
The beast turned on its coiled lowed snake body (that looked like a
roll of gigantic blueberry bubblegum) and peered at us through a pair of
bottle bottom glasses the size of two reasonably-priced bungalows. It
opened it's massive maw, making us yelp. It had good hearing for someone
so old. Must have compensated for the bad eyes.
"I say," he
declared with a British accent and a voice that wasn't nearly as heavy
as I was expecting. "You two are rather rude discussing about me as if I
wasn't here. And as I told you before, old chap, call me Levi - Mr.
Leviathan was my father."
"Levi..." I mumbled without realizing
a smile was creeping on my lips. The oversize extinguished-matchstick
glare turned to me, but crossed itself as... Levi was too close or I
wasn't far enough.
"That's right, buddy! As for what I do, the
answer is simple!" he added and raised his arm into a victorious pose,
holding a pair of blue jeans. "I do, as you put it, cheap and reliable
trousers and pantaloons!"
"That's it?" I said.
no, that's what I'm known for!" Levi said politely and produced a tiny
bottle (tiny compared to his galactic body) of perfume and handed it to
me. "I also make shirts and perfume and even lighters. Any item really
that can promote the company. There's no bad publicity, nor too much of
it, eh?" he added and winked at me.