A continuation of the Inhabitability book. A few chapters aren't considered 'sci-fi' in the strictest sense, but they certainly are part of the story.
This is most likely to be revised once I get a better concept of the story line, but here’s the rough draft for now. I know it's kind of confusing, the next chapter should sort out and explain some things...hopefully. Please PLEASE comment! I already said in my bio that I'm horrible at beginnings so I really need to know if this is good or not. Ok? Ok. The title is subject to change...and mostlikely will. Did I mention I'm bad with titles too? *sigh*...
This story isn't finished yet and it's very short. Reading it is the intro.
This story is basically about a maze of bodies that an elf girl, a human boy and his classmates encounter. They travel through the maze, each group separated, and come to certin fates.
A poem about observations about life and God and silly obsessions that people sometimes have thinking that what they're obsessing over is the only thing that will make them happy.
This is the first part of an epic fantasy that will keep you on the edge of your computer chairs!
I wrote this when I was about nine or ten, and typed it in as it was on the written page as I think it has a certain power to it.
A Human-made-vampire sings a ballad about her journey, as she comes to terms with what she has become. With two sires and two fates tugging at her, one evil and one good, she had a choice and many things to overcome, but she did them all and was not alone.
It seemed that people weren't entirely satisfied with the original beginning, so I decided to create this!
The idea for this came to me in psychology class (probably the only thing that teacher taught me). Everything here is not what is seems (although sometimes it is). Confusing? Yes. Fun? Yup :)
Just a piece that I was working on, and probobly won't get finished. It is only here because I needed to have one piece ready to finish signing up. More will be ready soon, and if it's liked, I may finsh this one. You never know.
A poem from an outsiders view, about Dwarves. Hack and slay, they toil away...
This story is a tale of a lonely girl, and a fifties style groovy cat little winged man named Riley. Soon to have a sequel.
This is the first chapter of 'The Way of the Will'. It initially started as a short story about a sword-smith at work. However, as I wrote it, the character and other little bits began to take shape and I decided to write on. Five thousand words later, I was still writing, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Queen Morion is captivated by a powerful, magical gem. With it, she can do just about anything. Without it, she meets the brink of insanity.