Chronicles of Bayne: Book 1, Chapter 2

Stuart Gray

Rough draft.  please tell mew what you like, what could use some work.  We get into the Bayne's curse here, when the group catches up with their bounty.(Ranton is a fictional town, and any actual existence of a town by that name in Mississippi is purely coincidental)

Castagloria: The Immortalizer, Chapter 2

Matthew Harvey

The Spirit within Sean Camaradi

war

Wes Moffett

this is i think my second poem

Warped; Prologue and Chapter 1

Rachel Hart

Set in the distant past, in Central and South America. In a time of warring empires and tribes, a young woman is kidnapped from her village. She falls in love with her 'rescuer', the king of the empire she was kidnapped by. When the queen dies, the empire needs a new co-ruler. The young woman wants it to be her, not knowing what dangers will lie ahead. In the form of the king, or the conspirators against the king, her life is threatened, and she has to be stronger than ever before if she is to make it through alive...

Castagloria: The Immortalizer, Chapter 3

Matthew Harvey

Breaker Academy... the school ontop the mountain cliff, overlooking the sea.

Yours in Hope

eightrooks

A bounty hunter and his adopted daughter get an unexpected Christmas visitor. (This references another story which isn't currently on Elfwood, but it should still work as a standalone piece.)

The Last of the Dreamers

Katie Hallahan

One of the last members of a dying breed laments the fall of society to coldness and corporation....

Pax Inca

Charles Lazaroo

What if the Incans had iron? That is the emphasis of this story, as it poses the possible might of the Incans, if tthey just had iron.

The Sundering - Eve of War

Blake Lewis

A prequel, you might say, about the war that leads to the destruction of earth. Currently known in the Netherlands! Keep coming back to check out The Sundering: Part II!

corporate america

Wes Moffett

this is one of my first...i like it

Castagloria: The Immortalizer, Chapter 1

Matthew Harvey

Sean Camaradi, Lucia Faramein and Alex Guardings... the destined three.

Ethan Tamerlin: A Ghost in the Attic of Captain Gibb

Another tale of an American traveler: A year after his adventures in India, Ethan travels back to his favourite place in America: Cape Cod. After befriending a local who offers him lodging, he is dragged to a house in another town; the house of a former whaling ship captain. There he discovers a new definition of both sorrow and terror…I had a very useful map for the different locations. Everything in here is as accurate as possible with regards to locations, towns, and landmarks. The names of the beaches and harbors are as written in the Atlas of Barnstable County by George H. Walker & Co. published in 1880, which is a full 25 years after this story takes place.

Money

Kelsey Sophia

I just needed to FINSIH something, so i wrote this quickly. My mom always loves talking about how one percent of the qorld has 99 percent of the wealth, and they were just hording it all, which of course got me thinking (never a good idea!)...Somehow it lead to this story.

Castagloria: The Immortalizer, Prologue

Matthew Harvey

A troubled Freshman named Sean Camaradi struggles to live his life in the mysterious town of Breaker's View, Califoria. Between bullies, alienation from his parents, and a three-hundred year old secret that plunges him and his friends into a world of trouble, the prospect of simply living takes on a new meaning...

E.L.F. - Chapter 1

Michael Ness

An Urban/Contemporary Eco-thriller Fantasy. Logline: 'When a young, would-be eco-terrorist from Seattle is captured by the FBI for protecting the environment, she discovers the real, supernatural protectors of the earth, the cataclysmic means they’re willing to employ to accomplish Mankind’s end, and rediscovers everything and more about herself than she thought she already had all figured out.' 'E.L.F.' is generally told from two sides. The heroine, and an FBI agent seeking to catch her. A Foreword E.L.F. The Earth Liberation Front is a real environmental organization comprised of real people, based mostly in the Pacific Northwest after having originated as a sect derivative of A.L.F. (animal liberation front) in England. These activists, termed as Eco-terrorists, have claimed responsibility for countless acts of vandalism, arson and sabotage amounting to more than six million dollars in damages against companies and individuals. However, they strive to do their deeds with stress on the completion of their missions without the harming of life in the process. Little is known about E.L.F., for it has no hierarchal structure, and therefore has no centralized organization or leadership. There is likewise no official membership to the organization, and any individuals who commit or have committed arson or any other illegal acts under the E.L.F. name are individuals who choose to do so under the banner of E.L.F. of their own accord, and do so only driven by their personal conscience. The accounts found here within, however, are entirely fictional and any resemblance to real individuals or their efforts is entirely coincidental. The author in no way condones acts of terrorism for ANY cause, but does however believe that perhaps we as human beings have taken our mother earth a bit less than seriously enough, and that perhaps we need to reform our modes and means of living our lives in drastic fashion to not so greatly vex our domain. The sad state of the natural world beneath the destructive tendencies of mankind and its industrious ways have given light to the irrefutable fact that we are killing that which keeps us alive. And without her, we cannot survive. In light of this fact, this tale is dedicated to the planet and all its people in hopes that many more than one will see the necessities for living our lives are not so great that we couldn’t do without a few sacrifices in the many spectrums of living our lives.

Memoir of a Soldier Lost

Arvin Andrews

This was a narrative essay I did for a class and thought that others would enjoy. A quick history though, The Global Alliance was formed shortly after the fall of the United Nations. The GA was a dictatoship with a large army made of recruited soldiers from "supporting countries." America and Russia formed an Alliance in order to combat the GA. Close to the end of the war though the GA launched a massive attack on a heavly guarded Russian fort called "The Iron Wall" similar to that of D-Day. Enjoy and tell me what you think.! 

A Night to Remember

Christal Connolly

A story of how a young colonial woman turned vampire overcomes the struggles of her life.

E.L.F. - Chapter 2

Michael Ness

An Urban/Contemporary Eco-thriller Fantasy. Logline: 'When a young, would-be eco-terrorist from Seattle is captured by the FBI for protecting the environment, she discovers the real, supernatural protectors of the earth, the cataclysmic means they’re willing to employ to accomplish Mankind’s end, and rediscovers everything and more about herself than she thought she already had all figured out.' 'E.L.F.' is generally told from two sides. The heroine, and an FBI agent seeking to catch her. A Foreword E.L.F. The Earth Liberation Front is a real environmental organization comprised of real people, based mostly in the Pacific Northwest after having originated as a sect derivative of A.L.F. (animal liberation front) in England. These activists, termed as Eco-terrorists, have claimed responsibility for countless acts of vandalism, arson and sabotage amounting to more than six million dollars in damages against companies and individuals. However, they strive to do their deeds with stress on the completion of their missions without the harming of life in the process. Little is known about E.L.F., for it has no hierarchal structure, and therefore has no centralized organization or leadership. There is likewise no official membership to the organization, and any individuals who commit or have committed arson or any other illegal acts under the E.L.F. name are individuals who choose to do so under the banner of E.L.F. of their own accord, and do so only driven by their personal conscience. The accounts found here within, however, are entirely fictional and any resemblance to real individuals or their efforts is entirely coincidental. The author in no way condones acts of terrorism for ANY cause, but does however believe that perhaps we as human beings have taken our mother earth a bit less than seriously enough, and that perhaps we need to reform our modes and means of living our lives in drastic fashion to not so greatly vex our domain. The sad state of the natural world beneath the destructive tendencies of mankind and its industrious ways have given light to the irrefutable fact that we are killing that which keeps us alive. And without her, we cannot survive. In light of this fact, this tale is dedicated to the planet and all its people in hopes that many more than one will see the necessities for living our lives are not so great that we couldn’t do without a few sacrifices in the many spectrums of living our lives.

The Burning Lady

Michael Jones

A short story about post-apocolyptic America! Enjoy!This story was inspired by the song The City Sleeps In Flames by Scary Kids Scaring Kids!