Welcome to the Wyvern's Library. Writers from all over the world have
gathered their fiction here to allow for public viewing and comments.
What all of these stories and poems have in common is their foundation
on immagination. They look at fantastic worlds, strange new futures,
and the other sides of reality.
Many are works-in-progress, but some of them are finished. Being
included in this library doesn't mean the stories have been edited or
chosen because of their quality, though we do monitor them to make
sure they fit the genres we're collecting. If you'd like to contribute
to this library, join us. Make sure you have
read and understood the rules for
writers first. For information on new additions to the Library, have a look at the
News page where new writers and stories are listed.
Magic and sorcery
A.I. (artificial intelligence)
Alien encounters, Extraterrestrial
Angels, Religious, Spiritual, Holy
Demons, imps, devils, ...
Elf / Elves
Fairy, Fay, Faeries
Ghosts, Ghouls, Apparitions
Mythical Creatures & Monsters
Orc, Goblins, Trolls, Trollocs...
Robots, Androids, Warmachines
Royalties, Kings, Princes, etc
Spaceships, ships, vessels...
Warrior, Fighter, Mercenary, Knights
Wizards, Priests, Druids, Sorcerers
There are some older recommended reading tips in the WoodWorks!
Read a random story!
The Wyverns Library Yahoo group: If you love the written word, especially in the area of Science fiction and fantasy, this is the list for you. On this list we discuss stories, poems as well as the Wyverns' Library area in general (content, future, etc).
- There is also an IRC chat room "#Wyverns_Library" is Shadowfire.org. For more info, see http://www.xercix.com/wyverns/
Gianna Lopez tagged 'The White Lion - Chapter 03' by Tiffany S Passmore: "good story to read"
Genalee Simon tagged 'The water's edge' by Neomi Geva: "great rhyme and use of repetition"
Genalee Simon tagged 'The gypsy song' by Neomi Geva: "Love love love! Good tempo"
Bryn Kathleen Ripley tagged 'Riddle One' by Rochelle Green: "Because i love the rhyming and i love how it sounds like a story."